Nisswa church to host spring rummage sale

Annual event goes back to 1960


NISSWA — The spring rummage sale of Lutheran Church of the Cross will be held Thursday, April 28, Friday, April 29, and Saturday April 30.

Lutheran Church of the Cross rummage sales have been a tradition since 1960 and are a community ministry of service, fellowship and outreach. The generous donations offered by the community, together with the volunteers’ time and guest purchases, share in the reaching out of Lutheran Church of the Cross to help numerous charitable organizations – in the community, as well as, throughout the world!

Rummage sale items include furniture, clothing, collectibles, home décor, housewares, electronics, tools, toys, outdoor items and much more! Everything is categorically displayed to make shopping easier. The church is handicap accessible and parking is available. Lutheran Church of the Cross is located in Nisswa on Highway 371 and County Road 13 (Schaefer’s Corner). Rummage sale hours 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and 8 a.m.-noon Saturday 8:00 – 12 Noon. All priced items are half off on Saturday.

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