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Epic Yard Sale Weekend | Two Events

If you like yard sales, this weekend is going to be epic for you. Sunday is the second annual Huge Venice Yard Sale (when we last heard from organizer Laurie Woolner, there were 67 73 homes on the map and more coming). And tomorrow, Saturday, there’s a yard sale that promises mint juleps and margaritas with every purchase. Details below!

Huge Venice Yard Sale – 50+ Homes May 4th 9-3pm East of Lincoln – W of Walgrove – S of Rose – N of Zanja Hosted by local Real Estate agent Laurie Woolner aka “Tiny…but Mighty”.  Lots of families & lots of good stuff! Starting point for maps, etc. 2136 Walnut Ave. Directional signs & maps will be posted throughout the neighborhood. More info or call 310.699.0980 Huge Venice Yard Sale Venice Derby Day Yard Sale this Saturday, May 3rd from 9am-3pm!!!! 729 Milwood Ave (between Oakwood and Shell) Mint Juleps and margaritas will be available with purchase!!! We just moved in and have TONS of great stuff that we need to get rid of including: – Furniture (couch, mint condition queen sized mattress, desk & chair, end tables, lamps, nightstands, dressers, etc.) – Women’s Clothing (Free People, Citizens of Humanity, J Brand, Ray Bans, Anthropologie, Baby G, Nike, Urban Outfitters, etc.) – Art – Home Goods (dishes, pots & pans, towels, sheets, wine rack, rug, etc.) – Bose Speakers – Men’s Clothing – Youth Sports Gear – DVDs & Books – Costume Jewelry & Purses All items are only available to purchase starting Saturday morning- NO EXCEPTIONS!

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