Tuesdays Evenings, through October
6:30 pm (Be on time for best selection!)
Albany Community Center Patio
Do you have too many cucumbers & squash? Come swap with a neighbor who has too many tomatoes & carrots! Don’t let those wonderful home grown fruits, veggies & flowers go to waste. Meet up at Community Center and swap! This is a swap-items are not for sale! Pass this along to your neighbors & friends!
Tuesday, April 18, 7:30 pm & Tuesday, July 18, 7:30 pm
Albany Community Center
1249 Marin Avenue
Room 1 & 2
Clean out your closets and bring your wearable-but-unwanted clothing to the Community Center where you can rummage through everyone else's wearable-but-unwanted items and find a fabulous new-to-you Spring wardrobe!
Bring one bag or more of your washed, gently worn items (men's, women's and children's clothing) to be admitted to our fabulous swap room. Clothing will be set out by type (pants, skirts, shirts, blouses, etc.). Choose items and take them home. There won't be a dressing room or mirrors, but you can try things on over your clothes and meet your neighbors and ask them for fashion advice!
NEW at the Albany Clothing Swap! Bring clothes you'd like to repair or alter. In collaboration with the Fixit Clinic, we will have coaches and tools to help you bring your old clothes back to life, reacquaint yourself with your sewing machine and perhaps even help you repair your non-working sewing machine!
Bring your clothes to swap, your working (or non-working) sewing machine, sewing notions (thread, buttons, patches, pins, etc.), and any fabric items you want to mend. If you don't have a sewing machine, we will have some you can use. Walk-ins are always welcome but please register in advance so the Fixit Clinic folks can prepare.
Sports Equipment Swap
Thursday, August 27
6 - 7:30 pm
Albany Community Center, Rooms 1 & 2
1249 Marin Avenue
Instead of purchasing new shin guards or a baseball glove this year, participate in the Albany Sports Equipment Swap. Bring your gently used sports paraphernalia that you no longer use and exchange them for items that fit your needs for this year! Perhaps your child wants to try a new sport this season or you want to give softball a try. Not a problem! You can exchange your soccer cleats for volleyball knee pads or a new (to you) softball bat. Both youth and adult sports equipment will be accepted. Leftover equipment will be donated.
Examples of items to donate/exchange:
• Baseball – gloves, bats, balls
• Volleyball – knee pads, balls
• Soccer – shin guards, cleats, shorts, socks
• Tennis - rackets
• Lacrosse – stick, ball, gloves, pads
• Basketball – ball, shorts, jerseys
For more information contact Nick Jordan.