Sign up now for community garage sale | Events
Fish Hawk, FL -- It's time to start cleaning out your homes! FishHawk Ranch’s semi-annual Community Garage Sale will take place on Saturday, Oct. 8 from 8 a.m. until noon.
Residents interested in participating as a merchant in the garage sale must register their address at the Osprey Club between Sept. 6 and Oct. 7.
The fee is $5 per driveway and includes the following:
- Advertisement in the FishHawk Ranch Talon
- Advertisement in The Tampa Tribune
- Advertisement in The Brandon News
- Advertisement in The Osprey Observer
- Advertisement in The Flyer
- A “Registered” marker to place on your mailbox
- Community-wide professional signage placed throughout the community on Saturday morning directing shoppers into your village
- Opportunity to list your items for sale on the Participants’ List
In addition to all of the above, Goodwill Suncoast Industries as well as St. Vincent DePaul will be taking donations during and after the garage sale. There will be donation trucks set up in the following locations:
- Park Square
- Osprey Club
- Hawk Park
One of the benefits of registering is appearing on the participants’ list which is kept at the Osprey Club, especially if you have specialty or unusual items to sell.
FishHawk Ranch is encouraging all residents to rally their neighbors to register and support the garage sale to ensure that the popular event continues.
To prevent an increase in the fee, make sure to sign up early and submit your $5 to the Osprey Club. You can also register 24/7 via the Paypal link.
If you do not choose to use Paypal and cannot make it down to the Osprey Club during business hours, please send your registration fee in with a neighbor.
If you have further questions, please contact the Osprey Club at 813-654-6360. This is a rain or shine event.
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