Grand reopening sale at The Rummage Room, Old Greenwich

The Rummage Room, 191 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich will celebrate its  51st grand reopening sale Monday, Aug. 24, 10-5 and continues all week.

The Rummage Room, which celebrated 50 years of donating to women’s and children’s organizations last year, began in 1964 as an annual rummage sale held at The First Congregational Church of Greenwich. This event became so successful that it was transformed into a business housed in a storefront at 191 Sound Beach Avenue in Old Greenwich and dubbed “the best little shop in town!”

Today, still operated by the Women’s Fellowship of the church, The Rummage Room is a great place to find a bargain, donate your new or gently used items and/or make a tax deductible donation. Over these past 51 years, The Rummage Room has been responsible for contributing well over 4 million dollars to local, national and international benevolent organizations focused on women, children and families.

During the month of August, the store has been cleaned and restocked with all ‘new’ quality merchandise.

And be sure to say “farewell” to Manager Maria Drieghe when you stop in at The Rummage Room. She is retiring after 20 years of volunteering and also managing the shop. There will be a special Open House Reception to honor Maria on Friday, Aug. 28, from 10-5. You will also have a chance to meet the new Manager, Leanne Meyers, who will be on hand.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 10-5, Saturday, 10-1.

Call 203-637-1875 for more information.



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