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Clean out your children’s closets and get paid!

Clean out your children’s closets and get paid! If you are like most parents you have a lot of items your Consignment
child has outgrown, doens't like, or avoids wearing. You also probably have a lot of toys that they no longer use. Dust those items off and turn them into cash!

Florida Family Consignment LLC is a twice-yearly children's consignment event specializing in the highest quality gently-worn children's, juniors and maternity clothing, toys, books, games, DVDs, baby equipment (strollers, car seats, etc) and baby and children furniture.

They provide a safe avenue to sell your gently-used items. It has become increasingly evident that selling items yourself via garage sales or craigslist has safety and security risks. Unscrupulous individuals often use this visit to gather information for a return visit when no one is home. With their sale you tag and price your own items and we do all the rest, earning you 65%-75% of the sale price. They do the advertising for you, as well as the selling, while you sit back wait for the check. Having multiple sellers means more shoppers and better prices. They only accept gently-used and new items. Everyone can consign, volunteer and shop.

Like them here on facebook to shop the pre-sale before we open to the public.

If you are interested in consigning, shopping, or becoming a vendor,
please visit our website at www.floridafamilyconsignment.com

Be sure to check their site for the next consignment event so that you don't missi it.

For more info contact:
Sheri Igyarto
Florida Family Consignment LLC
(3686) 527-0290

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-Expert Guide Leads hands-on Native American Program-

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Faver-Dykes State Park will host Timucua, a Native American program, on Saturday, March 30, 2013. 

Join us for this unique, hands-on Native American experience and discover the ways of the Timucuan Indians and their relationship to the land that they loved.  Park Services Specialist, Joe Woodbury, will share stories about the Timucuans and explain the important role the river, forest and ocean played in their everyday lives. See a 1500s Timucuan Camp and experience the food, clothing and shelter of these amazing people first hand. Try your hand at throwing an atlatl or starting a fire using a bow and drill.

The program will be held on Saturday, March 30, at the Faver Dykes State Park picnic area. The program will be included in the regular park entrance fee of $5 per vehicle. For more information contact the Faver-Dykes State Park Ranger Station at 904-794-0997.


The event will take place:


2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Saturday, March 30, 2013
 Faver Dykes State Park
1000 Faver Dykes Road
St. Augustine, Florida

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