Great times were had by all at the Aspen Thrift Shop Holiday Luncheon! Do you want to join this great group of women? Find out more about volunteering at the Aspen Thrift Shop here.
On Monday’s Aspen Thrift Shop meeting we had a visitor from Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation. A rescued owl named Screech was brought in during their grant presentation. The Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation is located in rural Garfield County near the town of Silt. The Mission Statement of the Schneegas …
We hope you didn’t miss the Fire Art Sale! Our remaining collection of artwork went fast. Thank you to the Aspen Fire Department for hosting our event.
Every year we gather for our Annual Thrift Shop Potluck. A prize is given to the volunteer with the craziest hat!
We welcomed the Cottage Preschool into Aspen Thrift Shop today. They had a field trip and are studying clothing. They all received a book as a parting gift.
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The Pitkin County Landfill will take the items we can’t accept. Some items won’t sell and other items we are not allowed to sell. You are in luck! The Pitkin County Landfill gives every Pitkin County residence a $100 credit for the year. So take in your computers, refrigerators, old TVS, mattress …
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