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Get ready to freshen up your wardrobe while scoring some amazing deals.
The fall edition of the Kelowna Closet Cleanout, a pop-up ladies fashion flea market, returns to Parkinson Recreation Centre on Sunday, November 8th.
There will be over 50 tables of ladies gently used clothing, accessories, and shoes available for sale that were once in someone’s closet. Also, unique boutique stores throughout the Okanagan will also be set up, selling their clothing at great prices.
“I love events that are a win for everyone involved,” said Roseanne Ting-Mak Brown of RedScope Media, the producer of the event. “This event gives shoppers an opportunity to purchase directly from ladies’ closets, buy unique items, and save big.”
The event also supports local charities. This year a portion of the proceeds and all leftover donated clothing will go to Mamas for Mamas, a non-profit organization that connects mothers with mothers in the community. Founded in Kelowna, the organization is working to break the cycle of poverty for mothers across the province.
While tables to sell clothing have already sold out for the fall event, shoppers will be in for some major deals.
The event runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on November 8th at the Parkinson Recreation Centre. The cash only event costs $5 with kids under 12 free. There will be door prizes and the first 100 customers through the door will receive a free reusable gift bag.
More details can be found on the Kelowna Closet Cleanout website here.
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