Youth Yard Sale to Benefit New Playground

The Community Youth Yard sale will be held this Saturday at Roberts Ridge Park and will benefit the Noah's Playground project.

If you're looking for bargains on gently-used children's items, don't miss the Community Youth Yard Sale this weekend at Roberts Ridge Park. You'll find plenty of stuff for kids at good prices and best of all, you'll help support the Noah's Playground project.

The sale, hosted by the township's Park and Recreation Department, will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. It will feature baby, infant and toddler items. According to organizers, shoppers will find everything from clothes to toys, pack n’ plays, bikes and more.

Click here for more information about the sale.

Money collected from the table fees will go towards the future Noah's Playground at Veteran’s Park. The cost to rent a table to sell goods is $10. Reservations must be made by Thursday morning. To reserve a table, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 215-968-2800 ext. 239.

Noah's playground is an effort taken on by township residents Natalie and Jason Cohen, who are raising money to build a playground in honor of their son. The couple's son, Noah, passed away in 2010 from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

The township has been working with the Cohen family to design the park. A sketch of the design was presented to the township supervisors in May.

Newtown Township Parks & Recreation October 10, 2012 at 07:45 PM
Thank you for the story! Sellers must secure a spot by Thursday morning! Please contact the Park and Recreation department by then: 215-968-2800 ext. 239. See you Saturday!
Kara Seymour October 10, 2012 at 08:04 PM
Thanks! I just added that info to the story.


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