31 posts categorized "Clothing (mama)"
July 28, 2011
Please join us on Friday, July 29th for a huge sale from 9 AM to 5 PM (EVERYTHING HALF PRICE AFTER 3 PM!!!) The sale will be located in the basement of the Village Free School which is at 8660 SE Foster Rd in Portland.
We have furniture, appliances, books, videos, fabric and crafting supplies, electronics, exercise and outdoor equipment, toys and games, clothing and shoes, and thousands of baby and children's items! If you have kids you don't want to miss this sale! CHILDCARE will be available on a donation basis for part of the day. We will also have baked goods, drinks and coffee!
This sale is a benefit for a local mom who needs to raise money for lawyer fees. She left an abusive relationship and was granted a restraining order, but now the ex has hired a lawyer to try to contest it and get unsupervised access to their son. Please come out and support this worthy cause!
June 29, 2011
Active, outdoorsy, artsy women and girls who crave comfort and style, will find the perfect fit with Squash Clothing (www.squashthat.com). Founder and designer Tanya Hartnett creates each whimsical tunic top to provide the utmost in comfort and versatility. For the activity driven woman, and energetic grade-school girl, these tunics come in a variety of playful, fashionable prints that can be worn as separates or layered. And, at Squash, giving back is part of Hartnett’s business model. Twenty percent of overall sales go directly to Portland Public Schools (PPS) at a time when any extra funding is desperately needed. Specifically, Squash funds benefit Portland’s Title 1 Programs. As Squash grows, Hartnett’s contribution to PPS will too.
May 15, 2011
Urban Mamas and Papas are know to support our own! So please come join us on Memorial Day weekend to help a wonderful family whose very young child has been battling leukemia for a year.
Memorial Day Weekend - May 28th, 29th, and 30th from 8am to 4pm
1809 NE 118th Ave, Portland
We have gathered donated items from countless families and have treasures for everyone - infant and children's clothing and toys, sports equipment, furniture, glassware and dishware, cute household knickknacks, handmade crafts, sewing supplies, books, the list goes on and on.
Please come out for a day of treasure hunting, fostering community, and supporting a wonderdful family. 100% of the proceeds will go towards their medical bills.
Thanks so much and see you there!
March 22, 2011
YES, that's right, i am doing my semi-annual purging of the stuff. this stuff feels like it is swallowing my home, but perhaps you have a place for an item or two (or 10 or 20, who am i to argue?) here you will find tons of new and lightly used toys, baby slings, clothes, furnishings, and other items...
i am constantly updating my craigslist ad and also have a TON of clothes (newborn-5 boy, newborn-10 girl, and teen/ladies/juniors small and medium) and shoes (same size range), and books and toys that i have not individually listed yet. also have a big dresser with a mirror attached and some kitchen appliances/ gadgets that i may be persuaded to sell! also a breast pump, petunia picklebottom diaper bag, little tikes slide and other outdoor items...
please let me know if you're needing anything, listed or not!
December 16, 2010
Check out the great deals at www.efundraiserexpress.com
The Oregon Children's Choir is having an online fundraising auction now through Dec. 22nd at 8pm.
You can get vacations, spa, dining, furniture, toys, clothing, gifts, jewelry, art and more at fantastic prices.
$25 gift cards for $6. China hutch for $15. Toy gift baskets for $5. Music lesson packages for $10. Yakima bike rack $150.
We even offer a Portland area item pick-up on Dec 23rd (in time for xmas) and free January delivery in the Portland metro area for large furniture items.
Please spread the word to your friends, coworkers and family.
Questions or you have something to donate contact Susan at email@example.com
November 03, 2010
Come shop for clothes, toys, books, games and more.
Bring cash or check
Those interested in consigning must sign up by Nov. 6th.
Visit us at www.cousinscloset.blogspot.com
September 13, 2010
yes that's right, a yard sale on MONDAY!TODAY from 10-4
email if you are interested in something in particular or if you need a different viewing time
with TONS of clothes, starting at $1 each, or 6 for just $5!!!1
408 NE 76th AVE portland or 97213
we have preemie-24 months boy clothes, preemie-9 months girl clothes, size 2T through 6 girl clothes, size xs-medium women's clothes, maternity for xs-medium, also a few extra large in both women's and men's
brand new baby bjorn
new snugli carrier
used snugli carrier
new native carrier
maya ring sling
high chair (2)
plastic playard baby gate
new handpainted baby bank for your "lil prince"
brand new toys
not so new toys
educational toys and games
for the (big) boys:
pro punching bag
computer parts PDA
AND WAY MORE I AM FORGETTING
September 11, 2010
BIG sale, clothing GALORE, plus toys, slings, shoes, games, high chairs, breastfeeding supplies, collector plates, new items, mama clothes and kids clothes, changing table, breastfeeding pillow, emmaljugna stroller, mayawrap ring sling, new stuff put out each day
clothes start at $1, 3 for $5
408 ne 76th ave portland oregon 97213
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-839-9123 for specific product info
sat 9/11 10-3
sun 9/12 1pm-3pm only
mon 9/13 10-2
perhaps tue and we d as well
May 12, 2010
Saturday, May 15th, 9am-3pm
Eastside Family Co-op is having a huge 20-family rummage sale!
Inside St. David's, 2800 SE Harrison (between Division and Hawthorne)
Kettler Tricycle, Medela Breast Pump, Britax Car Seat, Maclaren Stroller, BRAND NEW kitchen supplies, baby clothes, maternity clothes, kid clothes, furniture, toys, books, games, puzzles, TV, snowshoes, baby gear, and much, much more!
We'll also have an open house between 10am and 12pm for interested families to come take a look at our space and talk to current members.
We are a group of families who have come together to provide quality, part-time childcare for our children. For most of our children, Eastside Family Co-op is their first early school experience and serves as a pre-preschool.
Our children are aged 18 months to about 31/2 years old (when most kids move on to more traditional preschools) in one large, mixed-age classroom. Children typically start between the ages of 18 months to 2 ½ years and stay for at least one year.
Eastside Family Co-op is entirely parent-run. Each child attends three days: two days "on her own" and one day with her "parent teacher."
Check out our website for more information about our program. http://www.eastsidefamilycoop.org/