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My Kids Closet is a consignment event SO big that it only happpens twice a year!
The sale consistently offers +33,000 high quality, gently pre-owned children's bargains, including clothing, toys, cribs, changing tables, walkers, bouncers, juvenile furniture, books, homeschooling material, video's/DVD's, sporting gear, nursing and maternity wear and so much more! Shop till you drop and enjoy the great deals! Be prepared for long lines, especially on Saturday morning.
Become a Consignor and you will make 70% to 80% of your sales just by cleaning out your closets! You prepare your items, set them up at the sale, and we will do the rest! You will also receive a special Pre-Sale pass to shop before the public. Please be prepared for long lines during the Pre-Sale.
My Kids Closet continues to grow and we are always looking for ways to streamline and improve the sale for everyone involved. Feel free to share your thoughts or suggestions with us. We are hopeful that the changes we make each year will be beneficial to all of us!
Thanks to so many GENEROUS consignors, each sale My Kids Closet has been able to consistently donate literally thousands of dollars worth of children's items back into our community twice a year - 100% FREE!!! ALL local area schools, The Free Store in Stevensville, Bitterroot Youth Homes, Early HeadStart, Voice for Life, and other family focused organizations have benefited enormously from this combined generosity. Additionally, each semi-annual sale also allows us to provide a monetary donation to a local charitable organization or individual. We are SO pleased to give back to our community; as a result, hundreds of families and thousands of children will be blessed!!!!!!!
What an awesome community event for such an AWESOME COMMUNITY!!!!!!
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A few of the organizations we have been blessed to help.
Click any of the pictures above to be taken to the organizations website.
Saturday, April 27th, 8am-3pm
Sunday, April 28th, 9am-1pm
First Interstate Building ~ Ravalli County Fairgrounds ~ Hamilton, MT
April 22-28, 2013
*** SPECIAL HOURS ***
Goody Bag Item Delivery Day ~~~~~~~~~~~~Monday, 5pm - 7pm (or, you may schedule
*Consignor Inventory Entry Deadline ~~~~~~~Wednesday, 12 midnight*
Consignor Drop Off ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Thursday, 11:00am - 6:30pm
Vendor Set Up Day ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Thursday, 11:00am - 6:30pm
Volunteer Pre-Sales ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Friday!
*Volunteers working 2 or 3 Shifts ~~~~Friday, 4:00pm-7:00pm
*Volunteers working 1 shift ~~~~~~~~~Friday, 4:30pm- 7:00pm
Consignor Pre-Sale ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Friday, 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Consignor Pick Up Day ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Sunday, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
sale we have INCREDIBLE
vendors from our community who are offering products and services designed
with the family in mind! Click here
to head to the page to see our special website featuring vendors for this
sale! There will be many more at the sale that will have
special booths set up showcasing their products. Be sure to swing by
and visit them! We will also be handing out 250 Vendor Goody Bags
to 250 Shoppers!
If you would like to register online for one of
our great opportunities,
**UPDATE 4/21/13: Hooray for
more hangers! Come & get 'em! :)
What is Angelman Syndrome?
Angelman Syndrome (AS) is a neuro-genetic disorder that occurs in 1 in 15,000 live births. AS is often misdiagnosed as cerebral palsy or autism. Angelman Syndrome is a neuro-genetic disorder resulting from the loss of function of the Ube3a gene in the brain. In most cases, AS is not inherited. Characteristics of AS include; developmental delay, lack of speech, seizures, and walking and balance disorders. Individuals with Angelman Syndrome will require life-long care.
Kaia Dahlstrom lives in Corvallis, MT. She
has a rare neurological disorder called Angelman Syndrome. Kaia works her
heart out every day with a beautiful smile on her face.
Kaia's family is turning inspiration into
meaningful action! Kaia’s mom and aunt are running a 1/2 marathon on
May 19 to raise funds for a hard-working non-profit called F.A.S.T.
(Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics).
F.A.S.T. funds research for potential
therapies for Angelman Syndrome. Scientists have identified the gene that
causes Angelman Syndrome. A cure is a matter of WHEN not IF! Your donation
will make a difference.
consider joining our team and making a tax-deductible donation to F.A.S.T. Checks may be made payable to F.A.S.T. or you can visit Kaia's family's website and
donate to F.A.S.T. online.