Shed sale of hand­made trea­sures

Joondalup Weekender - - News -

HAND­MADE wooden pieces will be among the trea­sures to be found at the North­ern Sub­urbs Men’s Shed’s Garage Sale Trail event this month.

Mem­bers have been busy cre­at­ing bowls, fur­ni­ture, jew­ellery boxes and chil­dren’s toys us­ing the strik­ing wood­work­ing tech­nique of in­tar­sia for the fundraiser.

Vice-chaimanr Ken King­well said they would also be sell­ing equip­ment and sec­ond-hand goods do­nated by mem­bers, from fur­ni­ture and kitchen items to bric-a-brac.

“We have a lot of ex­cess stuff, a lot of hand tools,” he said.

“It’s prob­a­bly going to be more like a gi­ant garage sale.”

Mr King­well said money raised would help mem­bers con­tinue to cre­ate items to do­nate to com­mu­nity groups and schools.

“It’s an op­por­tu­nity also d473459 to en­cour­age peo­ple to join the men’s shed move­ment,” he said.

The sale is on Oc­to­ber 21 from 10am to 3pm at units 1C and 3, 288 Gnan­gara Road, Landsdale.

Pic­ture: Martin Ken­nealey

North­ern Sub­urbs Men's Shed trea­surer Ge­orge Day with items for sale.

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