Really Free Market at UAF May 21st

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Join UAF staff, students, faculty, PLUS friends, neighbors and the Fairbanks Community in a Saturday, May 21st celebration of FREE-RE/CYCLING. 

Really FREE Market, Saturday May 21st
Nenana Parking Lot Across from Patty Center
10:00 am to noon for actual FREE Marketing

  • 8:00 am to 10:00 am DROP OFF clean safe items
  • Come by after 10:00 am to take what you need - the FREE Market ENDS at noon - arrive by 10:00 am to get the good stuff!
  • No selling, no bartering, no swapping 
  • By sharing we sustain each other and our community
ALSO stop by Interior Alaska Green Star’s annual Recycling Round-Up
Saturday, May 21 • 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tanana Valley State Fairgrounds parking lot

The market is a good opportunity to share clothes and Spring Cleaning treasures with others who can use them. Please encourage your family and friends to consider participating.

Drop off clean, safe, usable items between 8-10 a.m. the day of the market. The earlier items are dropped off, the more time our volunteers will have to organize items. Look for clearly marked signs for drop off lanes. Volunteers will help you unload your donated items. PLUS, the Really FREE Jam Band will be on hand prior to the Market open for your listening and dancing pleasure, and to help you pass the time until the market opens.

Come back from 10 a.m. to 12 noon to browse the FREE "treasures" ... take what you can use. 

If you would like to volunteer your help with the market. Please contact Lydia Anderson at 474-7037

1 comment:

  1. GREAT, GREAT idea! Went to my first one in August. Even with the rain, it was well attended. Very impressed with the organization and how put together everything was. Thank you!
    Just a thought, perhaps there could be a "certificate" or something given to those who come to donate things where they can have a 15 minute head start on taking things, since they donated. Just a way of encouraging giving as well as taking. Even for those with very little to give, if they donate one outgrown piece if children's clothing, the can have the "early advantage" and feel good that they've contributed as well. Again, just a thought. Thanks again!