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Old 20-04-2005, 08:13 PM
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Hey folks!

This weekend-Saturday April 23rd from 8 am-Noon is the Annual American
Village Yard Sale (Use American Drive, Consititution Dr or Talcott Dr as
Mapquest points of reference for directions).

In the past over 100 Families have participated in offering items from cars
to baby clothes, to computers, GARDEN ITEMS, to general household items,
etc. There will
also be a lot of FREE BOXES available at different locations to come help
yourself! Neighborhood children will be hosting refreshment stands along the
route and fresh baked goods will also be for sale.

Molly Pasca, of Pasca Pottery (and instructor at Durham Arts Council) will
also be having a kiln opening and sale at her location.

Maps will be provided at signs and on the route so you can find all the
participants in the large subdivision in Duke Forest, off 751 near Duke
University.

All goods not bought or claimed by Yard Sale end will be picked up by a
local charity as well, so this day will benefit all!

Raindate is Sunday April 24. But it really has to be bad Sat am to postpone
as many folks have garages.

Hope to see you there!



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On 2005-04-20, Dumpster Diva wrote:
Hey folks!

This weekend-Saturday April 23rd from 8 am-Noon is the Annual American
Village Yard Sale (Use American Drive, Consititution Dr or Talcott Dr as
Mapquest points of reference for directions).


Mapquest is happier with a city as well. I assume durham, but only
because the potter is from durham.

Also streets can be long so if there is not street number then it is
difficult to locate. How about a street number or at least an
intersection.

In the past over 100 Families have participated in offering items from cars
to baby clothes, to computers, GARDEN ITEMS, to general household items,
etc. There will
also be a lot of FREE BOXES available at different locations to come help
yourself! Neighborhood children will be hosting refreshment stands along the
route and fresh baked goods will also be for sale.

Molly Pasca, of Pasca Pottery (and instructor at Durham Arts Council) will
also be having a kiln opening and sale at her location.

Maps will be provided at signs and on the route so you can find all the
participants in the large subdivision in Duke Forest, off 751 near Duke
University.

All goods not bought or claimed by Yard Sale end will be picked up by a
local charity as well, so this day will benefit all!

Raindate is Sunday April 24. But it really has to be bad Sat am to postpone
as many folks have garages.

Hope to see you there!




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Old 22-04-2005, 09:13 PM
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Wes- Very good point about a street number and a city. A cross street might
be helpful also.


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On 2005-04-20, Dumpster Diva wrote:
Hey folks!

This weekend-Saturday April 23rd from 8 am-Noon is the Annual American
Village Yard Sale (Use American Drive, Consititution Dr or Talcott Dr as
Mapquest points of reference for directions).


Mapquest is happier with a city as well. I assume durham, but only
because the potter is from durham.

Also streets can be long so if there is not street number then it is
difficult to locate. How about a street number or at least an
intersection.

In the past over 100 Families have participated in offering items from
cars
to baby clothes, to computers, GARDEN ITEMS, to general household items,
etc. There will
also be a lot of FREE BOXES available at different locations to come help
yourself! Neighborhood children will be hosting refreshment stands along
the
route and fresh baked goods will also be for sale.

Molly Pasca, of Pasca Pottery (and instructor at Durham Arts Council)
will
also be having a kiln opening and sale at her location.

Maps will be provided at signs and on the route so you can find all the
participants in the large subdivision in Duke Forest, off 751 near Duke
University.

All goods not bought or claimed by Yard Sale end will be picked up by a
local charity as well, so this day will benefit all!

Raindate is Sunday April 24. But it really has to be bad Sat am to
postpone
as many folks have garages.

Hope to see you there!




--
Wes Dukes ([email protected]) Swap the . and the @ to email me please.

is a garbage address.



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"bud" wrote in message
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Wes- Very good point about a street number and a city. A cross street

might
be helpful also.


I think the point is that the entire neighborhood is participating, so a
street address is irrelevant. If you find the street on Mapquest, likely
the entire street is located in the neighborhood. Also, she notes later in
the post that it's near Duke Forest off 751.

Try this mapquest link (using Constitution Drive in Durham NC, no street
address):

http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp...8nwFwXmQ%3d%3d



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Hey folks!

This weekend-Saturday April 23rd from 8 am-Noon is the Annual American
Village Yard Sale (Use American Drive, Consititution Dr or Talcott Dr

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Mapquest points of reference for directions).





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