St. Anne’s neighborhood rummage sale start at 8am and runs until whenever we run out of treasures. Explore our historic neighborhood, eat and drink your way down 5th Street, and find some great deals!
The DSA will be participating in Saint Anne’s Hill’s Trash ’N Treasure yard sale. Come out for some beautiful prints by Harold Altman, art books, magazines, furniture and more!
40 households in Historic South Park have cleaned out their attics and garages and will be selling their treasures to thrifters, Saturday, July 21st from 9a-4p. Tons of housewares including a stackable washer/dryer, antiques, furniture, baby clothes, pet items, books, lawnmowers, bicycles, historic salvage and collectibles. Even a raffle for original art items at Hope Lutheran Church. You need to hit this sale!! To help plan your treasure hunt, yard sale maps will be available during the week prior.
Get the Yard Sale map at:
• Ghostlight Coffee (Wayne & Clover) Coffee up before you head out
• Hope Lutheran Church (Hickory & Perrine) Offering food, refreshments, and a rest stop during sale day
• South Park Tavern (Wayne & Oak) Adding a special coupon to your map
• Branch + Bone (Wayne & Bradford) Attaching a special offer to your map
• Historicsouthpark.org Download a copy
We may even have a food truck to sustain you during the hunt.
About Historic South Park
South Park, a historic urban neighborhood in Dayton, Ohio, is known for its community spirit, its diverse architecture and its excellent location. Residents enjoy a pleasant walk from their front porch to a local pub or café, churches and shops, parks and parties. Yard Sale shoppers will find breakfast, lunch and dinner within walking distance.
Trash ‘n Treasure! St. Anne’s Hill Annual Neighborhood Garage Sale. 35+ sales. Sat June 16. Opens 8am. Sale maps, directions, and all the details available at www.stanneshill.org – click Trash ‘n Treasure.
St. Anne’s Hill Historic District hosts a shoppers extravaganza every summer affectionally known as Trash ‘n Treasure. Many homes in the neighborhood join in the fun, cleaning out attics and basements and setting up sales that attract visitors from all over the region. This year there are 45 different spots to shop on Saturday, June 3rd. Here’s the map provided by the neighborhood to help you plot your route:
The event starts promptly at 8am and runs until they run out of trash and treasures! You can even find a listing of what’s for sale at each stop here.
Maps will also be available throughout the neighborhood on Saturday morning, including at Gem City Catfé, which will have baked goods for sale and FREE coffee! Then, use your map for $1 off your bill at brunch at Fifth Street Brewpub (opening at 10, family friendly, and they will have the patio open!) And if you’re not exhausted after visiting St. Anne’s you’ll also notice on the map references to more sales in the neighboring Oregon District and Huffman area. Happy shopping!