SHEPHERDSTOWN — The Shepherdstown Really Really Free Market has moved to the heart of town and will celebrate its grand reopening next month.
The new location for the market is 104 N. King St., in the street directly in front of Shepherdstown City Hall. The grand reopening will be held Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Really Really Free Market is a community-wide sharing event in which every item brought to the market is considered free.
Almost all items are welcome, but organizers ask that “trash” not be back to the market. Items such as old paints, tires, broken appliances, child’s car seats and/or toxic/degraded industrial chemicals will not be accepted and should be disposed of properly somewhere else, organizers say. Also, donations of clothing, furniture or fabrics should first be cleaned.
All unclaimed items will be donated to other charities/thrift stores at the conclusion of the market. Items should be dropped off at the designated dropoff areas.
For more information on the event and volunteering, contact Robert Glenn at 304-839-9317, or e-mail email@example.com. The Shepherdstown Really Really Free Market also has a Facebook page.