JOHNSON CREEK — Rumamge-a-rama in the Village of Johnson Creek and surrounding countryside will have an opportunity to explore treasures Friday, April 23 and Saturday, April 24. Sales are scheduled from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Some sales will be held beginning Thursday and others continuing Sunday.
The Friends of the Johnson Creek Public Library will be joining the effort by hosting their used book sale at the Community Center, 417 Union St. on both days. The friends mission is to support the local library by funding the summer reading program and purchasing items not covered by the municipal budget.
Sustain Jefferson’s annual sale, at 147 Pheasant Run, will include various household items in addition to organic seed potatoes, seedlings, and plants. Potato varieties this year are superior, Yukon gold, Adirondack blue, Peter Wilcox, Oneida gold, and French fingerling.
The American Legion Post, 323 First St., will be selling brats and burgers at the legion post beginning at 7:30 a.m. each day. They will also open the bar for patrons.
Crossroads Church’s sale at 111 South St. will have sales to support their church mission.
Area residents, hosting a sale, may register their sale with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 920-699-3682.
Individual sellers may require attendees to observe COVID-19 standards. Public restrooms will be available at Veteran’s Park, Bell Park, Centennial Park, and the Community Center.
A listing of sales, with addresses, will be posted on the Facebook Johnson Creek Community Page on April 20 or by requesting a list via email at email@example.com.