Historical Society Yard Sale is Coming this Weekend

Vintage Yard Sale Items.

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Farmers Market Produce.
Outside Yard Furniture.

The Mint Hill Historical Society will be having a yard sale beginning on Friday June 14th through Saturday June 15th. The event will open at 8:00 am on both days.  It’s a great opportunity to pick-up items of interest just prior to Fathers Day on Sunday for that extra or one of a kind gift just waiting for this special person in our lives. There will be treasures for everyone to find and enjoy.

The Historical Society has collected all sorts of items and merchandise for sale that will spice up the event which can be used in any household. There will be chairs, decorative furnishings, end tables, beds, dressers, small appliances, lamps, kitchen goods, collectibles, holiday decor, including large farm equipment items such as plows, planters, and cultivators.



All the proceeds will benefit the Mint Hill Historical Society so the non-profit organization can continue it’s mission to provide the community, school children and visitors a taste of what life was like in rural America in our area.

Also, while visiting the yard sale, just walk across the street visit and shop our farmers market held on every Saturday for some of the best locally grown produce around including other specialty items from local vendors.

The yard sale will be held at the Mint Hill Historical Society area at 4316 Hillsdale Drive, Mint Hill, North Carolina 28227. For more information contact the Historical Society at 704-573-0726 or historical@bellsouth.net.

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