Cassie Kangas and daughter prepare for the big day. (Morgan Cross photo)

Get out your used goods Garagellenium is fast approaching

Oak Bay’s community garage sale runs June 10

Garagellenium is back for its 18th year. Oak Bay residents are encouraged to sign up for the event, open up their driveways and put out their less-loved items on June 10. Residents can make their own profit from sales or donate to a charity of choice.

The event has been so popular in the past that streets have become gridlocked and organizer Cassie Kangas encourages all to have a backup plan due to unpredictable spring weather.

“We’ve never been rained out yet, but fingers crossed that we’re going to have a good sunny day,” she says.

Register oakbaygaragesale.com and a the list participants will run in Oak Bay News Friday, June 9 print and e-editions.

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