The Fall Clothing Swap is on November 4, 2017 at 9:00 AM until 1:00PM. Kids outgrow their clothes and shoes so quickly. If you are a family on a budget, you might find yourself wracking your brain on how to keep their closet updated with fresh clothes that fit. The Clothing Swap is a free event where parents and children can bring gently used children’s clothing to trade. You can bring clothes that your own kids no longer fit into or clothes that they no longer wear. For every item that you bring, you get to take that same amount of items home with you. For example, if you bring ten items of clothing and four pairs of shoes, you can take 14 items home with you. You bring your items to a volunteer and then you are able to choose through items that have been brought by other families. Participating in a swap is not just a great way to save money on new clothes, but it is also a great way to keep your house free from the overwhelming amount of clutter created by old clothes. Rather than store away bins and bins of clothes that nobody wears or nobody fits into, bring them to the swap! All kids sizes from infant to juniors are accepted. Once received, the items are sorted and organizing for a breezy browsing experience.
Swap Day Tips
Remember just some of the following tips to keep your swap day easy and happy. Bring clean, sorted clothes with you. The volunteers are very fond of parents who bring clothes already sorted by size, gender, and type. Tie shoes together so that the pairs stay intact. Pin matching clothes together so they do not get separated. For example, pin pajama bottoms to the pajama top. Try not to bring stained, ripped, or clothes with holes in them. Bring your clothes in something you can then use to shop the swap with. If you bring your children, make sure to keep an eye on them.
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