Norway Bay’s community garage sale returns

Vendors noticed less sellers amongst their neighbours this year, but were happy to see kids running about, searching for hidden treasures amongst the properties. Pictured, Nancy Barber-Kearnan was surprised to find many shoppers looking for CDs, of all things.
The Great Norway Bay Garage Sale returned on Saturday, running from 9 a.m. till three in the afternoon. Pictured, Dorothy Cowley shows off what she had left towards the end of the day.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
NORWAY BAY July 7, 2018
Recycling vendors and second-hand enthusiasts were in their glory on Saturday, as the annual community shopping experience took over a municipality on the river.
The Great Norway Bay Garage Sale took over the riverside population, running from 9 a.m. till three in the afternoon as folks rushed about in search of their big, thrifty find.
“The funds raised from this helps to buy supplies and help with expenses for the summer programs,” explained Dorothy Cowley, a volunteer who had a variety of items for sale that day.
Cowley explained that the event works in a variety of ways to help fundraise for the Norway Bay Municipal Association (NBMA), the group that oversees the summer programming for everything from swimming lessons to the end-of-season regatta.

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