March-long Half Price Winter Clothing sale at the Grafton Thrift Shop on the Common
March means big savings at the Grafton Thrift Shop, open 10-4, Thursdays and Saturdays. The month long sale covers all clothing, shoes and boots for men, women and children. If it’s clothing and it says “winter” it’s half price. Select from pullovers, shirts, sweaters, pants, and jeans for men, women and children. For the ladies, there is also a collection of dresses and skirts from size 6 to 24. Accessorize those great clothing buys from the shop’s selection of shoes, as well as mufflers, mittens and gloves.
The shop is well known for its unique gift and collector items. From The Bradford Exchange. there are Sisters for Life collector plates. For doll collectors, there are Christmas Around the World dolls, a mint condition Ginny Doll, and several dolls with letters of authenticity. You’ll also want to see a vintage tin toy mechanical money box and, Beam’s Choice Collector’s Edition decanters.
The “kitchen” area is packed with measuring and cooking utensils, as well as small appliances, casserole dishes, and mixing bowls. You’ll find glassware sets, wine goblets, decorative serving pieces, punch bowls, and platters. New arrivals are sets of fine china in settings for 4, 8 and 12.
For game night at home or church, there are board games and jig-saw puzzles for both adults and kids. Just in are a group of Easter porcelain baskets, egg platters, rabbit toys and decorations for Spring updating. If you’re looking for home fashions, be sure to see the collection of sheets, blankets, pillowcases, and curtains plus tablecloths, placemats and napkins.
The Grafton Thrift Shop is a fun and creative place to shop whether you have a couple minutes or an hour to spend. The wide range of prices makes it easy to find something you like and feel good about buying.
The Grafton Thrift Shop has been in business since 1950, and moved “home” to its church, The Congregational Church of Grafton, in December of 2015. The Shop always welcomes your donations of clean in-season clothing, and household goods in working order. Books, computers or televisions are not accepted, but all other donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. You may pick up a tax receipt at the front desk. Donations must be dropped off inside the Shop during Shop hours. The Shop is staffed by cheerful volunteers and any profit stays in the Grafton community to benefit local programs.