Saturday June 22nd 2019 10 to 4.
Every year, The Sandbox in the City collects gently used clothing from the staff and our very generous customers, and holds a MASSIVE GARAGE SALE. This is an event you don't want to miss. Practically new Joseph Ribkoff dresses for under $50, other brand name garments with the tags still attached, footwear, accessories, jewellery, and more. Great deals for you, and even better, every single dollar goes to Oliver Lodge in Saskatoon, which supports people living with Alzheimer's.
-The Garage sale will be held in the parking lot behind our building.
-For you to have a successful shopping experience, please remember to wear leggings and a tank top to try the clothes on over as there will be no changing rooms (just mirrors) provided.
-Don't forget to bring your coin purse as this event is CASH ONLY.
See you soon!
Joseph Ribkoff Trunk Show Event
Every October the Sandbox in the City hosts a Joseph Ribkoff Trunk Show. The purpose of a Trunk Show is for customers to have a sneak peak of the upcoming Spring collection before it hits the stores and order the pieces that they want, in the size and color that specifically works for them. Tickets are pre purchased in order to reserve a spot, with a portion of the ticket proceeds going to charity and the remainder is applied to their purchase.A deposit is required for each piece purchased.Sizes can be exchanged if they don't fit upon arrival.Perfect if you need an outfit for a special spring or summer event.
Annual Alzheimer's Garage Sale
Each June, Colleen, Juanita , their staff, and friends of the Sandbox, donate their gently-used clothing, footwear and accessories to a Garage Sale set up in the parking lot behind their store.Items are purchased by our customers, with all proceeds donated to the Oliver Lodge Day Program in Saskatoon. This program is wonderful for people living with Alzheimer disease, as it offers a social outing involving many fun and interactive activities. It is also a much needed reprieve for caregivers. This summer's event raised almost $5000.