Westlake Historical Society yard sale marks spring arrival

Spring flowers in Westlake are blooming.

Signs of spring have arrived in Westlake. The days are slowly warming and spring flowers are blooming. If you look closely you will see the new buds on the trees. The spring flowers are poking out of the ground after that long, cold winter. The feel of spring is in the air! With the start of a new baseball season I am optimistic that the Cleveland Indians will do well this year. Hope does "spring" eternal.

Spring also means that it is time for the Westlake Historical Society's Spring Yard Sale. This yearly sale is looked forward to by many. The bargains are plentiful, but the sale also means winter is out of here.

The sale will take place on the lawn of the Clague House Museum on Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The rain date will be the following Saturday, May 1.

The sale is a wonderful way to support the work of the Westlake Historical Society. Do you have items to donate to our sale? You may drop them off at the Clague House Museum or call us and we are happy to pick up your donations. The sky is almost the limit on items we will accept. Proceeds of our spring sale go toward our programs and museum expenses. Your donation is tax deductible. 

The Museum Store will be open and we will hold a raffle.

Donuts and coffee will be available in the morning and yummy popcorn and cold drinks in the afternoon. Those wishing to assist with the sale may call Lysa at 440-808-1961 or Mila at the museum, 216-848-0680.

Lysa Stanton

Lysa Stanton is  the President of the Westlake Historical Society. She lives in Westlake with her wonderful husband, Dave and her awesome pets.

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Volume 11, Issue 8, Posted 9:43 AM, 04.16.2019