032019_MNS_Tossed_Out_Treasures Joan Plunkett Rita Bodner Donna Squire Sue Winner

From left, Tossed Out Treasures' Joan Plunkett, advisor; Rita Bodner, chair; and Donna Squire, scheduling; and Sandy Springs Society's president Sue Winner are preparing for this year's event. / Special Photo

Tossed Out Treasures, The Sandy Springs Society’s longest-running fundraiser, will take place March 21 through 23 at 1155 Mount Vernon Hwy. (Perimeter Pointe) in Sandy Springs.

The event supports the green movement and environment by selling gently used upscale items that are donated each year by members of the society and the community at large. It serves as the ultimate guilt-free shopping experience. Since 1992, Tossed Out Treasures has focused on reselling, reusing and repurposing designer clothing, high-end accessories, jewelry, antiques, books, household items and more. At the conclusion of the sale, any unsold merchandise is donated to charities.

The event begins March 21 with BBQ in the Springs, a preview party that is open to the public and includes a buffet and drinks. It will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. For an entry fee of $35 in advance and $40 at the door, collectors and shoppers can browse, enjoy refreshments and have first dibs on the thousands of treasures that await the savvy shopper, the best often appearing in the silent auction on the evening of the preview event.

Sale dates are March 22 and 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and include free admission. An early bird sale is set for March 22 from 8 to 10 a.m., and tickets are $10 at the door.

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