Families will have an opportunity purchase used children’s items and sporting equipment during the sixth annual Chestermere Mom 2 Mom Sale.
On Sept. 14 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. families are encouraged to come to the CRCA and see what the community has to offer.
“We’re hoping people will come to purchase sports equipment, it will be a really good opportunity with all of the clubs and programs starting up,” said the Recreation Program Coordinator Vicki Klinger.
“The sale benefits parents in the community, it’s a good way to get affordable clothing and sports equipment, and for people to clear out their closets. It’s a win-win for everybody,” she said.
The Chestermere Mom 2 Mom Sale has been well-received by parents in the community, as it not only gives parents a chance to purchase items for their children, but it builds a sense of community.
“It’s very popular. We weren’t planning on doing a sale this fall, but we were getting calls asking about it. That showed there is a need in the community for the sale,” Klinger said.
She added, “The sale is another event that has a sense of community; it’s free for the public to come and get to know each other and build relationships.
“It’s a nice community event to check out.”
For more information please visit the CRCA website at https://www.chestermerecrca.com/