Williamstown Elementary Holds Fall Children's Clothing Sale on Oct. 14
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Williamstown Elementary School PTO's annual clothing sale enters its second decade on Saturday, Oct. 14, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. As an added bonus, items will be half-price for customers receiving a hand stamp and entering after 1:30 p.m.
The WES cafeteria will be packed with gently used, nearly new and brand new quality children's clothing and accessories, including dressy styles, swim and athletic wear, foot wear, costumes and pajamas. Shoppers will find all types of bargains for all types of weather for all four seasons - especially the seasons coming up.
“The clothing sale will feature great cold-weather clothing, costume possibilities, and lots of dressy outfits, just in time for the approaching cold weather and holiday season,” organizer Cecilia Hirsch said.
The large selection of apparel includes some of the most popular and durable brands in stores today, including Aeropostale, Hollister, baby GAP, Boden and GAP kids. Sizes range from infant to teen for boys and girls; there will be a maternity section as well.
"As always, most clothes are in the $1 to $2 range and all items are 50 percent off after 1:30 p.m.,” Hirsch said. "You'll be surprised at the number of kid items you can find you did not want to spend money on - soccer socks, tights, belts, even bedding and backpacks.”
Volunteers have been sorting and pricing the donations for weeks now, while fifth- and sixth-grade students babysit younger children of those volunteers. All proceeds from the PTO Clothing Sale will go directly toward funding enrichment activities at the school.
Williamstown Elementary School is located at 115 Church St.; parking for this event will be located in the back parking lot off School Street. Information on the sale can be found on Facebook.
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