Grandma’s Attic Sale being held this week at Fowlerville Fairgrounds
The Annual Grandma's Attic Sale is being held this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 13-15, inside the Commercial Building in the front of the Fowlerville Fairgrounds. The event is the primary fundraiser of the Livingston Centre Historic Village.
Donations for the sale will be accepted this Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, May 10-12, 10am - 4pm. Those with questions, wanting appointments, or needing special assistance can call Marj C. at 517-223-3831.
As you continue spring cleaning and pandemic organizing, please consider donating to benefit the Historic Village, located on the north end of the fairgrounds. Your generosity will help restore and preserve Livingston County's history.
Accepted items include smaller furniture (please, no sofas nor overstuffed chairs), clothing and jewelry, kitchen and household, toys, tools and hardware items, fabrics and crafts, books and dvd's (please no VHS tapes), smaller sporting goods, collectables and vintage items. The Historic Society appreciates your donations of good condition, usable items; please make sure all pieces and parts are included and that everything works.
Unfortunately, in addition to the items noted above, the following items will NOT be accepted: TV cabinets/ consoles and monitors, large exercise and sports equipment, computers and other electronics, handicap bathroom equipment, mattresses and large headboards, and large yard/garden equipment.
Volunteers are still needed for set-up for any block of time on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Anyone interested in helping can call the above number, or just come in person.
The sale begins Thursday, May 13, at 9:00 a.m. Nearby parking is free. A food vendor will also be on-site, offering beverages and snacks. Please remember that while this is an open-air building, in the interest of safety special efforts will be made to practice best health measures. Per state mandate, masks are required to ensure the safety of all, especially those working so hard to make this event successful.