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Columbia yard, garage and estate sales: Saturday, August 16

Shandon United Methodist Church at 3407 Devine St. is holding a church-wide yard sale on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. There promises to be a great selection with something for everyone. Cash only!

Get out early for the best selection!
Marina Shemesh

Gilbert Summit Arts, Crafts, Bake and Rummage sale and Car Show is Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 411 Broad St. Stop by for fun, food, and great deals on clothing!

Anyone looking for kids’ clothes won’t want to miss a multi-family yard sale at 3165 McTavish Ave. in South Congaree on Saturday from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.

A huge multi-family sale at 4519 Ft. Jackson Blvd. in Forest Acres has a tremendous selection of clothing for every member of the family. Stop by Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.

A community sale at 109 Chartwell Rd. promises great deals, food, music and fun. Stop by on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For tons of baby clothing, check out a sale at 108 North Pond Ct. in Lexington on Saturday from 7 a.m. until noon.

A 3-family backyard sale at 2316 Wellbrook Rd. in northeast Columbia promises something for everyone on Saturday.

A military family relocating to Europe is having a sale all day Saturday at 27 Gardner St. in Hermitage Mill Village in Camden. It’s well worth visiting!

Hampton’s great multi-family sale is happening Saturday from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Shop up and down Old Hampton Lane for apparel and accessories from neighboring families.

More yard, garage and estate sales include:

  • Five yard and garage sales in Cayce/West Columbia
  • One yard sale in Gilbert
  • Three yard sales in downtown/Shandon
  • Three yard sales in Forest Acres
  • Four yard and garage sales in Irmo/St. Andrews
  • One yard sale at Lake Murray
  • Seven yard and garage sales in Lexington
  • Three yard sales in northeast Columbia
  • Two yard sale in southeast Columbia

Columbia sales are most likely to be on Saturday and early morning is the best time to go before everything is picked over. Be sure to carry cash, preferably in small denominations. Most people cannot accept debit or credit cards, and many will not take personal checks. If you’re going with a friend, share the ride, since parking near sales is often limited. It's always a good idea to bring your own large totes or shopping bags, since they are often not available.

Watch the video for Peter Walsh’s tips for conquering yard sales.

The yard sale season has peaked and will continue to be active through late summer and fall. Listings will continue to appear through the close of the South Carolina State Fair in October. Get out early for the best selection and enjoy the late-summer weekend!

As always, maximize your style and minimize your spending~

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