I would suggest avoiding the west side of town unless you dig crowds.
Instead, head over to the east side. Shop 5019, a pop-up store known as “An occasional sale of curious treasures,” will pop back open this weekend, July 26-28, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. I found some darling items at the store’s premiere, and the prices make it easy for anyone to afford something special.
The Bargain Boutique is currently having a half-price sale! Don’t know how long this will last, so don’t wait.
Go check out Indy Reads this weekend. Their children’s weekly story time is Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
It’s hard to think of summer being over, but in the retail world, it’s time to start clearing it all out to make room for fall and winter wear. Little Green Bean Boutique‘s Summer Clearance started today. Save on summer apparel for kids and maternity — all 50% off!
Once Upon A Child on East Washington St. is having a Dollar Days Sale Saturday, July 27. All clearance items will be only $1, and all spring/summer clothing will be 30% off (includes shorts, skirts, T-shirts, tank tops, dresses, and swimwear). Plus, come in Friday from 5-8 p.m. for a special preview and get clearance items for $1 before everyone else!
Glam is cleaning out its summer stock too. Right now you can take 75% off clearance items! Then Sunday, Aug. 4, don’t miss the semi-annual $15 fill a bag sale. The bag sale includes the clearance items, and the store will be open special hours: 12:30-5 p.m.
Once Upon A Child will have a Back to School Tax Free Weekend. They will cover the sales tax on your purchase Aug. 2-4. Participating locations include 1210 86th Street, 5990 71st Street, and 7409 US 31 South.
Swanky Artisans is hosting “A Swanky Affair: A Celebration of Our New Business” Friday, Aug. 9, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Browse their vintage finds and up-cycled treasures. Plus, get a sneak peek at their new monthly “Crafty You” classes. The class schedule will be provided along with a sampling of the fun crafts they have planned.
Junkey Monkeys is moving to a bigger booth at Salvage Sisters.Check out their expanded space — and inventory!– next week.
The next Robin Eye Country Flea Market and Garage Sale is Aug. 4. The event includes a multitude of vendors, both established purveyors of vintage and salvage as well as individuals cleaning out grandma’s attic. Admission and parking are free, and there is food onsite for purchase, and restrooms are available. Shopping commences at 8 a.m.