Join us at the premier consignment sale in the area!

Friday & Saturday, March 13-14, 2020

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We offer children’s clothing (many BRAND name and LIKE NEW), toys, books, gear, and bedding. Items come from more than 300 consignors.

Friday, March 13, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday, March 14, 7:30 a.m. until noon. Most items are half price Saturday.

If you are interested in volunteeringplease register here

If you would like to consign, send an email to

Back by Popular Demand!! VIP Pre-Sale Passes

Avoid the crowds and get first pick of the great merchandise. The VIP pass gets you into a private Thursday evening pre-sale the day before the public sale! Thursday, March 12, 6-8 pm. Passes will be $10 at the door, limited quantities available.

First Kids is a Triad Moms on Main Best Consignment Sale winner!

Sale takes place in the Mullin Life Center of First Presbyterian on the Greene Street entrance.

  • Thursday, March 12 (VIP): 6-8 pm ($10 passes available at door.)
  • Friday, March 13: 8:30 am to 7 pm
  • Saturday, March 14: 7:30 am until noon


Shopper FAQs


When can I shop?

Thursday, March 12, (VIP) 6-8 p.m.
Friday, March 13, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 14, 7:30 a.m. until Noon. On Saturday, most items are half-price!

How do I tell what’s half-price on Saturday?

The half-price items will be noted on the tags by “Yes” or “No” next to Discount.

How can I pay?

The sale accepts cash as well as credit or debit cards with a 3 percent processing fee. The sale also accepts checks. You’ll need an ID showing an address that matches that on the checks. Third-party checks are not accepted.

Can I get on your notification list for future sales?

Absolutely! Just give us your contact information. E-mail And, please follow us on Facebook for updates!


Consignment Sale volunteers

This sale happens because of dozens of terrific volunteers, who do everything from bring snacks and paper bags to assemble racks, sort toys, run cash registers, match lost tags with their items, and help distract tired babies!

Most of our volunteers are moms and grandmas, although we do get great help from some dads, especially during set-up and break-down.

Volunteer shifts are available from lunchtime Wednesday through Saturday evening, which means there’s something available for every schedule.

Volunteers who sign up to work a three-hour shift are admitted to a Volunteer Preview Sale, 4-6 p.m. Thursday, March 12.

Sign up to volunteer here.

General Sale Policies

What can I sell?
What can’t I sell?
Preparing items for sale
Pricing and tags
Preview sales
Public hours
Unsold items
When do I get my check?
How do I reserve my consignors number?


General Policies

You must have have at least 30 items to sell. Consignors receive 60 percent of sales price less a $1 postage/handling fee. The remaining 40 percent is a tax-deductible contribution.

Back this sale! Consignors who work a full, 3-hour volunteer shift will recieve an additonal 10 percent, earning a total of 70 percent of sales price. The remaining 30 percent is a tax-deductible contribution. You may sign up for a volunteer shift by visiting here.

How do I get a consignor number?

E-mail for information. You can also request a number through our new online sale management system:

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What can I sell?

  • Spring and summer children’s clothing
  • Maternity clothes
  • Athletic wear, dance wear
  • Shoes (all season)
  • Toys
  • Games
  • Books
  • Baby equipment
  • Furniture
  • Sports items

All items must be in good condition.

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What can’t I sell?

We do not accept:

  • panties/underwear
  • out-of-season clothing
  • items that are stained
  • items that are ripped
  • items missing buttons or parts
  • items with broken zippers
  • clothes with odors

Check your items for quality. We reserve the right to pull damaged or non-seasonal clothing or items.

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Preparing items for sale

Clothing: Clean, press, and hang clothing on left-facing wire hangers. Use safety pins to secure pants and shorts to the top angles of the hanger. Use safety pins to attach the sale tag to the upper right-hand corner of the item.

Shoes, small items and toys (socks, hairbows, small toys): Clean items. Use clear plastic baggies (one pair of shoes to bag). Use masking or scotch tape to attach tag to the outside of the bag. No packing tape please. Use safety pins only for soft items (stuffed animals, blankets, etc.).

Large items & toys: Clean items. Secure all parts to item. Use masking tape or scotch tape to attach tag. No packing tape please.

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Pricing and tags

Our online system allows consignors access to their own consignor homepage.  From this page, you will find links to confirm your participation in the sale, manage your contact information, sign your consignor waiver, enter your items online and print fully barcoded easy to use tags at home.  You will also be able to track your sales online!

Go to and have a look around. We have already transferred everyone’s consignor number and contact information – please review this information and make any necessary changes.  Your password is the last 4 digits of the phone number we have on file for you. If you have any questions about the number you provided, please email us and we can give you your password:

Finally, please let us know if there is ANYTHING we can do to help. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time should you have questions or need assistance.

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Drop off

Sort and bundle your items by size and gender. For instance, group all of your girls 2T together, 3T together, etc. Use rubber bands to bundle the hangers together at the top for each size. Please do not bundle different sizes together using the same rubber band. This helps ensure your items will be stocked prior to the sale’s opening.

Drop-off is scheduled for Wednesday, March 11, 7:30 – 9 pm and Thursday, March 12, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at Mullin Life Center, on the Greene Street side of the church. If you are late, your items will be put to the side & set out if/when we have time.

Please be prepared to stop briefly at the curb to unload. Volunteers will be available to assist you. Once you have unloaded, you may park in a designated area and return to move your items inside.

Please do not park in the semicircle in front of the Life Center entrance. This is our preschool’s carpool lane. Park in the Greene Street parking lot or on Fisher Park Circle. You may use the parking deck on Fisher Avenue behind the Shetler Building.

As you enter the door, you will check-in and review your address to make sure we send your check to the right place. Also make sure to sign a policies statement (checks will not be mailed without this signed statement) and pick up your consignor preview sale voucher.

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Preview sales

Volunteers who sign up to work a three-hour shift are admitted to a Volunteer Preview Sale, 4-6 pm Thursday, March 12. Volunteer shifts are available from lunchtime Wednesday through Saturday evening. To volunteer, use the link in the left column.

Each consignor receives one voucher to the Consignor Preview Sale, 6-8 pm Thursday, March 12. Vouchers are non-transferable.

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Public hours

Friday, March 13
8:30 am – 7 pm

Saturday, March 14
7:30 am to 12 pm
Most Items are half price on Saturday

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Unsold items

We urge you to donate your unsold, unwanted items. Unsold items you want to pick up should have “Donate:No” highlighted in yellow on the tag. You may pick up your unsold items 4–5 p.m. Saturday. Items not picked up by 5 pm will be donated to charity. Receipts for donated items will be included with your check.

When will I receive my check?

Our goal is to mail checks within four weeks of the sale.

How do I reserve my number for the next sale?

Your check will come with a letter that tells you how to confirm your number for the next sale.

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