Panida ‘plays it again’ for Sandpoint Crazy Days Sale

By Panida Theater Volunteers
Reader Contributors

It’s that time again when some of us need to clear out the old to make room for the new. Others want to keep finding more treasures to enjoy. You never know what you might go home with, especially given the very attractive prices. Between now and July 27, the Panida will gratefully accept any used CDs, records, videos and DVDs, cassettes, audiobooks, stereo equipment and any other media you may wish to donate. Please scour your shelves, yard sales, garages, basements, attics, shrines and hidey-holes.

Bargain hunters hard at work at the Panida’s “Play it Again” sale. Courtesy photo.

Each year on Crazy Days Saturday  – this year it’s July 28 – the Panida has its fundraising “Swap & Shop” at the theater to sell your recycled items at enticing prices to others who collect, listen to or watch these vintage items. All funds go to the Laurel Wagers/Panida Theater Music Scholarship for a deserving Sandpoint-area student studying the performing arts.

To help us keep this event thriving, please help by setting aside any music items, films, equipment or audiobooks. You can drop them off at the theater, or call Panida Executive Director Patricia Walker White at (208) 255-7801 to make an appointment to do so. The Panida is glad to acknowledge your donations in writing, as needed. 

Please mark your calendar for July 28 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. when you can come score music and videos for a great community cause, and find those treasures-to-you at wonderfully low prices.

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