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Down by the bay, garage sale grows

The Great Norway Bay Garage Sale returned on Saturday morning, bringing out vendors of all ages to sell their old furniture, entertainment, clothing and tonnes of other stuff. From left, Diane Perreault and Julie Mannette had a huge variety of wares for sale, from which Perreault donates the proceeds to a person in need.

 Carina and Sophie Harb sold many of their old toys at the Great Norway Bay Garage Sale from the basement, making their stop popular with young girls in the neighbourhood.

Steve and Anne Forbes’ grandchildren sold old toys at their tables and fresh lemonade. From left: Ella, Logan and Marissa Riviere.

Donald
Teuma-CastellettI
NORWAY BAY July 8, 2017
Last Saturday saw the return of the Great Norway Bay Garage Sale, when the streets in the community are turned into vendor stalls and many residents set up shop.
Customers, many of who were also Norway Bay residents, milled from stand to stand searching out the next big deal on everything from furniture to entertainment.
One stand, set up at the corner of White Avenue and Second Line, saw all sorts of knick knacks, books, movies and the like on display. As customers came and went, the owner, Diane Perreault, explained that she took part in order to raise money for someone else.

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