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More than twenty vendors will be selling an assortment of household items

Forsyth County Parks & Recreation invites residents to a community yard sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 27. The outdoor event will take place in the parking area of the Central Park Recreation Center (2300 Keith Bridge Rd.).

“The community yard sale has grown into a very popular event for both sellers and shoppers,” Director of Parks & Recreation Jim Pryor said. “It is a great opportunity for residents to do a little spring cleaning around their house and to do some shopping as well.”

Event organizers expect more than 20 vendors selling a variety of household goods, children’s items, tools and more. Admission for shoppers is free. 

To receive more information about the Forsyth County Parks & Recreation community yard sale, visit or call (678) 455-8540.

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