The UUsed Thrift Shop (in the basement of our building) provides a service to the local community. Not only is it a fun place to shop on Saturday mornings during the Farmers’ Market season, but it provides good used useful things at very, very reasonable prices for those who are on limited budgets. It often has a free table.
UUsed helps you make a difference in the world, too – it’s a great place to take treasures and household goods that you no longer want but someone else might need or enjoy.
UUsed is located at the back door of the UUFES building and is open during Farmers’ Market hours.
We can take kayaks, canoes, with the summer season upon us. Pick up is available.
We cannot accept text books, encyclopedias, old cribs and car seats, old electronics and the old style TVs.
We also cannot sell old sofas, upholstered items or mattresses.
Most everything else is likely to be fine as long as it is in good working order and clean.
If you have a large load of donations, we can arrange a time to pick up.
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (UUFES) is having an online auction of the newly renovated UUFES doll house
Bids are in increments of five dollars. The high bid as of 11:46 am EST, December 8, is $250.
To bid, email your name, email address, phone number, and your bid to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is a very sturdy dollhouse and it is on wheels, it has six rooms and a patio with some furnishings. The house is 30 inches high, 16 inches deep and 45 inches wide, it has all wood siding and wood shingles on the roof.