Shop Recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Clearance Sale, Jan. 11–12

The holidays are over, the decorations are put away, and now you’re thinking about a fresh look for the dining room or an elegant accessory to set off your winter finery. This weekend, The Gathering Place Warehouse Clearance Sale offers you great prices on one-of-a-kind items from some of the area’s most gracious homes, all at 50% off:

  • Saturday, Jan. 11, 9 am–2 p.m.
  • Sunday, Jan 12, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.

The sale takes place at The Gathering Place Warehouse, 4911 Commerce Parkway in Warrensville Heights (map).

The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale driveway sign

Look for this sign at the driveway entrance to The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale. (photo: Lenore Collins)

What can you expect to find at The Gathering Place Warehouse Clearance Sale? Take a look at these offerings from the most recent sale — many of these items, and much more, are still available. Terms for all purchases are cash or credit card only. (For more information, call 216-595-9546.)

Note: the sale is at the Warehouse, not at The Gathering Place.

The Gathering Place Warehouse accepts gently used furniture and other household items for resale. If you have items that you would like to donate, please contact Outreach Coordinator Cheryl Apisdorf (216-595-9546 or apisdorf@touchedbycancer.org). Please note that The Gathering Place does not accept drop-off donations of furniture or household items at its Beachwood or Westlake locations or at its warehouse.

Funds raised by The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale support the many free programs and services offered by The Gathering Place for individuals and families touched by cancer.

Shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Clearance Sale: save money, bring beautiful things into your home and keep fine furnishings and personal accessories out of the landfill.

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