Shop Recycled: The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale Is Not Your Everyday Warehouse Sale

If you’ve already experienced one of The Gathering Place’s Warehouse Sales, you know what you’ll find there: some of Northeast Ohio’s finest gently used furniture, china, glassware, artwork, home accessories, and jewelry.

If you’ve never shopped at The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale, and you love bargains, you owe it to yourself to visit this one.

Besides the rooms full of beautiful, attractively priced merchandise, I love these sales for the little things I find there. I’ve come home with a Revere Ware stockpot, a Corningware pan (to which I had the matching lid), and a small carved wooden giraffe for a giraffe-collecting stepdaughter — none of them over ten dollars. (I had to pass up the baby grand piano.)

Check out this link for a look at just a few of the items on offer.

Where
The Gathering Place Warehouse
4911 Commerce Parkway
Warrensville Heights, 44128
(Click here for map.)

When
Saturday, August 26, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
Sunday, August 27, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.

This season’s sale features such new arrivals as:

Framed Impressionist and Floral Posters
Vintage Furnishings
Lamps and Artwork
Sterling Silver and Designer Jewelry

To make the most of your purchase, take this coupon with you.TGPWS1708xxCoupon

Cash or Credit Cards Only
For more information, call 216-595-9546

Proceeds from the sale support The Gathering Place’s free programs and services for those currently coping with a cancer diagnosis. To learn more about The Gathering Place, visit their web site: https://touchedbycancer.org/.

Shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale:
save money, take home beautiful things,
and keep heirloom-quality home furnishings from going to waste.

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This weekend, shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale: April 22 and 23

Everything is half-price this weekend
at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale.
Click here for a look at just some of Northeast Ohio’s finest gently used furniture, china, glassware, artwork, home accessories, and jewelry available at this extraordinary event.

  • Saturday, April 22, 9 am–2 pm
  • Sunday, April 23, 11 am–1 pm


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 (216-455-1501 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.The sale takes place at The Gathering Place Warehouse, 4911 Commerce Parkway, Warrensville Heights, Ohio (map). (Note that this is a different location from The Gathering Place.) Terms for all purchases are cash or credit cards only.

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

Shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale: save money, take home beautiful things and keep heirloom-quality home furnishings from going to waste.

Want to stay in touch with the latest in recycling news in the Cleveland area? Just click on the Follow button at the bottom of my blog Home page.

Habitat for Humanity Opens New Lake County ReStore in Eastlake

On August 6, 2016, Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity brought ReStore shopping back to Lake County with their new store at 34225 Vine Street in Eastlake.

The store is open for business Fridays and Saturdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. and accepts donations Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. (For more information about the new ReStore, as well as the organization’s other current projects in Lake County, see Kristi Garabrandt’s article in the Thursday, August 4, 2016 issue of the News-Herald.)

Besides Habitat for Humanity’s work in providing affordable new and rehabbed housing for local families, their ReStores serve the Recycling/Zero Waste community by providing:

  • A destination for donating such items as furniture, tools, electronics, housewares, and appliances.
  • An affordable resource for purchase of such items.

Click here for more information about Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity.

For a look at my own experience as a ReStore shopper, see my blog post Shopping Recycled: How I Replaced My Jenn-Air Range at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore and Saved Over $2,000.

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Shop Recycled: Habitat for Humanity to Open New ReStore in Eastlake

Great news for the local Recycling/Zero Waste community: according to a report earlier this month in the News-Herald, Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity will open a 17,000-square-foot retail store in the old Sears outlet facility at 34255 Vine Street in Eastlake. (Click here to read the News-Herald article.)

Habitat ReStores are retail stores open to the public. By accepting donations of new and gently used furniture, housewares, building materials, tools, plumbing, electrical supplies, etc., ReStores are able to resell these items at 50%–75% off retail prices. Low prices save money for savvy shoppers, and the proceeds help Habitat for Humanity to build affordable housing for low-income families.

A little over two years ago, I reported the closing of the Lake County Habitat for Humanity Painesville ReStore. (Read the full article here.) About a year ago, Geauga County Habitat for Humanity, now Lake-Geauga Habitat for Humanity, became Habitat International’s affiliate organization for Lake County. (Read the News-Herald report here.)

The new store, expected to open in July 2016, will be in addition to the Geauga County ReStore in Newbury and, at least initially, will maintain the same hours as the Newbury store, Fridays and Saturdays, 9 am–5 pm.

Habitat for Humanity provides affordable housing for families in need by building new homes and rehabbing abandoned properties which would otherwise be demolished. Renovation instead of demolition reuses much of the existing structure, thus keeping building materials out of the landfill. Reuse of materials donated to Habitat’s ReStores helps contain building costs and makes use of what otherwise is likely to be discarded. (How much can you save by shopping at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore? I saved over $2,000 when I purchased my Jenn-Air range at a local ReStore. Read the full story here.)

Habitat for Humanity ReStores: Keeping Building Materials Out of the Landfill.

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Shop Recycled This Saturday, November 1: The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale

Selected items are priced at 20% off this Saturday at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale. The warehouse is overflowing with new merchandise to match items on your gift list or wish list. (For an example of furniture offered at previous sales, click here.)

Mark your calendar with the date and time for this one-day sale:

  • Saturday, November 1, 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale driveway sign

Look for this sign at the driveway entrance to The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale.

The sale takes place at The Gathering Place Warehouse, 4911 Commerce Parkway, Warrensville Heights, Ohio (map). (Note that this is a different location from The Gathering Place.) Terms for all purchases are cash or credit cards only.

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 at The Gathering Place for individuals and families touched by cancer.

Shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale: save money, take home beautiful things and keep fine home furnishings from going to waste.

Want to stay in touch with the latest in recycling news in the Cleveland area? Just click on the Follow button at the bottom of my blog Home page, or subscribe to my Examiner.com page.

This weekend, shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale: September 13 and 14

Everything is half-price this weekend at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale. Click here for a look at just some of the items available at this sale.
  • Saturday, September 13, 9 am–2 pm
  • Sunday, September 14, 10 am–1 pm
The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale driveway sign

Look for this sign at the driveway entrance to The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale.

The sale takes place at The Gathering Place Warehouse, 4911 Commerce Parkway, Warrensville Heights, Ohio (map). (Note that this is a different location from The Gathering Place.) Terms for all purchases are cash or credit cards only.

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 at The Gathering Place for individuals and families touched by cancer.

Shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Home Furnishings Sale: save money, take home beautiful things and keep fine home furnishings from going to waste.

Want to stay in touch with the latest in recycling news in the Cleveland area? Just click on the Follow button at the bottom of my blog Home page, or subscribe to my Examiner.com page.

Next weekend, shop recycled at The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale: June 21–22

For quality home furnishings at an affordable price, check out next weekend’s Home Furnishings Clearance Sale at The Gathering Place Warehouse:
  • Saturday, June 21, 9 am–2 pm
  • Sunday, June 22, 10 am–1 pm
The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale driveway sign

Look for this sign at the driveway entrance to The Gathering Place Warehouse Sale.

Fine furniture, china, home accessories, collectibles — you’ll find gently used treasures from some of the area’s most gracious homes at The Gathering Place Warehouse, 4911 Commerce Parkway in Warrensville Heights (map).

Click here for a look at just some of the tantalizing merchandise available, at clearance prices, at this home furnishings sale. Prices for all items, including jewelry, have been reduced 50%. 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, take home beautiful things and keep fine home furnishings from going to waste.

Want to stay in touch with the latest in recycling news in the Cleveland area? Just click on the Follow button at the bottom of my blog Home page, or subscribe to my Examiner.com page.