Please note: This calendar shows activities organized or sponsored by the PNA (including the Greenwood Senior Center). It does not include activities organized by other community members, groups, or businesses renting space at the centers.
PhinneyWood Garage Sale Day 2021
Saturday, May 22, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pmFree – $25
Sell or shop
Looking to get rid of stuff? Or maybe you want to collect some treasures? Either way, head out on May 22 for Garage Sale Day! Whether you have accumulated stuff and haven’t wanted to wait in the long lines at Goodwill, or you love to shop the bargains and treasures; mark your calendar for the neighborhood’s favorite annual event. (Wearing masks, sanitizing frequently, and safely distancing 6 feet apart, of course.) Check back on Wednesday, May 19 to view the map and plan your route!
Interested in registering your sale? Click Garage Sale Day Registration FAQ 2021 for a handy FAQ. Register by Friday. May 14.*
Cost is $20 for PNA members, or $25 for non-members.Register your sale
*Please note that there are no Flea Market booths in the Phinney Center Parking Lot this year.
Recycle & shred
Thanks to our partners at Waste Management we’ll have a variety of recycling trucks in the Phinney Center lower parking lot. Safely dispose of your complicated waste and sensitive papers! Please note that the recycle, donate, and shred trucks will leave once they are full, so come early!
- Old lightbulbs and batteries – Waste Management
- FREE Paper shredding – Seadrunar
- Electronics – Friendly Earth
- Stryofoam – Styro Recycle
- Clothing, linens, household items (no furniture) – Goodwill
Get deals on tools
There will also be a Tool Sale happening at the Tool Library (6615 Dayton Ave N) so you can get started on your spring projects!
Buy Beer Stuff
We’re having a beer paraphernalia and memorabilia clear-out sale! Cool beer signs, glasses, t-shirts, growlers… things you could bid on at the PNA Winter Beer Taste Silent Auction for sale. Check it out next to the Tool Sale. Proceeds will benefit the PNA.
Help people who can’t afford period products
Bring a box of tampons or pads to contribute to the T2P2 Period Product drive, also happening in the lower parking lot.