North Oaks Rummage Sale returns this September

Guild members complete final touches just before the sale opens. 


It’s just like A, B, C… The Arena is awesome, the Bargains are bigger and better than ever, and the Community donations are certainly amazing.

It’s that time again to donate your amazing, gently used goods to the North Oaks Rummage Sale. Then make your shopping list and return the following weekend to find those big bargains. The quality (and quantity) of merchandise available is mind-boggling! The sale is truly the ultimate in re-using, recycling, and reducing discards to the landfill.

The donation drop off is from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Shoreview Ice Arena, 877 West Highway 96, Shoreview. Tax donation receipts are provided for all donations. Tax deductible cash donations to offset sale expenses are welcomed at any time! See the flyer in this 

newspaper for more details. If you have questions about donations needed and items not accepted, please consult the website

North Oaks volunteers are greatly encouraged to visit the Volunteer tab on the website for the Sign Up Genius link to volunteer for rummage sale and set-up activities.

Please note: Due to an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Ramsey County, and new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, masks are now required in county facilities, including the Shoreview Ice Arena, where the North Oaks Rummage Sale will take place. For up-to-date information regarding masking requirements at county buildings, visit

Tell your family, friends, and neighbors about the sale. This is possibly the largest charity rummage sale in the metro area and is extremely well organized. Overhead signs designate the various departments where everything is beautifully displayed, sized, sorted, tested, and priced!

Visit the website, like and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @northoaksrummagesale. All proceeds benefit programs at Children’s Minnesota which are supported by Children’s Hospital Association (CHA). “Making a Difference…One Child at a Time.”


—Carol Beatty, North Oaks Children’s Hospital Guild I

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