Save the Date!!!
May 31st from 9 am – 4 pm and June 1st from 9 am – 2 pm at the Yates County Fairgrounds located on Old Rte 14a, Penn Yan.
Take in Dates: May 27th, 10 am – 2 pm and May 28th 10 am – 4 pm.
Cleaning out a room or updating this spring and you’ve decided certain items must go, consider saving those items and donating them to the Big Barn Bonanza. KCCH will start accepting items on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27th from 10-2 and Tues, May 28th from 9–4 pm.
Call KCCH (315-536-1690) if you need to have larger items picked up.
The Big Barn Bonanza sale is looking for like new household items such as glassware, kitchenware, china, linens and blankets, baby things, paintings, pictures, home décor, furniture, jewelry to name a few…Estate items are especially wanted.
Again, this year clothing and shoes will not be accepted and no electronics, such as TV’s, computers, printers, etc., any exercise equipment, skis or Christmas Trees. They just don’t sell.
Call Keuka Comfort Care Home at 315-536-1690 if you have a question about a donation Ask for Donna or Rose. KCCH prides themselves on having a good, clean, successful garage sale with fair prices.
Enjoy these pictures from last year!.
We are looking for volunteers to help folks unload their donations and then sort and move items to their proper areas, making sure the treasures sparkle and set pricing. The day of the sale, these dedicated volunteers help patrons box up their wares, store them in our holding area, help them get their boxes or furniture to their cars or trucks, and they always do it with a smile! It’s a lot of hard work, but there is no better group of people to work with! If you would like to help out we would love to have you. Give us a call at 315-536-1690.
At the end of the sale, we invite other non-profits to come up and take any of our leftovers if they had a use for them. We welcome any non-profits to get in touch with us to let us know you would like to participate and we will get you on our list.
The funds from this event help with on-going daily expenses of running Keuka Comfort Care Home, a two-bedroom palliative care home overlooking Keuka Lake. KCCH accepts those who need end of life care at no expense to them, their families or their insurance companies.
Keuka Comfort Care Home sincerely thanks this community and beyond for the generosity you have shown.
Keuka Comfort Care Home has served over 240 residents and their families since they opened. It couldn’t be done without you!
Thanks again to everyone who donated, volunteered and/or came to last years sale and we can’t wait to see you this year and bring a friend!
More pictures from past years garage sale!!!