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A rose by any other name……

 

 

An Ocean Grove curbside sale May, 2019. © Paul Goldfinger photograph ©.

 

Saturday, October 3, 2020   9 am to 3 pm   Please wear masks.  No rain date.  We expect lovely weather.

 

Ceramic lamp made in Germany. 113 Mt. Hermon Way.

 

 STUFF FOR SALE:

 


113 Mt. Hermon Way at Delaware Avenue
:

CD’s and DVD’s $1.00; Books $2.00; vinyl; planters; antique watering cans; linens (1950’s); women’s clothes;  signed B&W  photos….$5.00  (limit 1)-; back packs; dishes, wallets; Go Pro ($10.00); small TV $10.00; Yeti hot/cold mug $5.00;  rice maker (new) $10.00; kitchen scale (digital) $5.00; rain-boots size 9 $5.00; vintage enamel bucket; canister set ’50’s $10.00; brass candle sticks; 2 white metal bistro chairs; yard sale tables–2 sizes–$5.00 and $10.00 (pick up after); wooden signs;  ’50’s table clothes, candles, recipe box, bird houses.

 


28 Heck Ave.
Near cross street Whitefield:

Moving sale consolidation.  nice wooden chairs (2 ladder backs–one oak and two walnut); tables; small furniture; antiques; household goods; small stain glass lamp; end tables; old bottles;lawn sprinklers; quilted wall hanging; fireplace screen; fire place tools, flower planters.

 

 

106 Clark Ave between Delaware and New Jersey Avenues:

Framed prints;  rock’n roll posters;  aloe and jade plants; two Magna bikes–male and female; holiday decorations;  housewares; tablecloths; pet carriers; some (small) furniture; some tools and anything else that I can put out as I downsize from two houses to one;

 

Questions?  Contact Paul at Blogfinger@verizon.net

 

If anyone wants to be included in our publicity for the sales, just contact us at Blogfinger@verizon.net.

If you want to tell someone about it, just tell them to go to Blogfinger.net and click on the Curbside Sale tab on top.

There have been  announcements in the Coaster and Next Door.  Tell your friends  (word-of-mouth.)

 

We’re hoping for one fine day:

THE CHIFFONS:

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The Mother Ship in Neptune (the Township, not the planet) is closed to the public.  That makes doing business more difficult.  But maybe the Township’s Fathers and Mother will discover that local government could cause aggravation for citizens with fewer people and thus  lower our taxes!

So, if you are thinking of joining our small scale, town-wide sale, planned with fewer sellers and fewer buyers, and with a fun outdoor activity in mind, you will need a permit.

The way to get a $5.00 permit.  ($6.95 with the “service charge”) is to go to the Neptunetownship.org web site and click on “Code Enforcement”—two words to elicit terror, but that’s the way to do it, and make sure you choose the designation of a “community sale in Ocean Grove.”  That gets you the half price permit.  But watch out, they may give you a hard time on the fee—$10.00 vs. $5.00

And yes we mean fun…..even if there are just a few of us, take a walk or a bike ride and just say “Hi” and have a little chat.  You can skip the shopping altogether. Make believe we are a small town community where our guys and dolls can have an event with each other.

And if outsiders do come, they might decide to move here, because autumn is the most seductive season.

 

Guys and Dolls.   (Reprise)

 

 

Editor’s note:   September 12 a yard sale is held on Mt. Carmel Way.  The autumn yard sale season begins.

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