April 30, May 1 & 2, 2020
The City of Bluffton will host the annual City Wide Garage Sale the first weekend in May. Advertised hours are 8am -4pm. Families, clubs, and organizations are invited to participate in Bluffton’s Annual City-Wide Garage Sale. The City will advertise the sale in the major daily newspapers and will publish a list of participants on the City’s Website. This event is free to participants and will feature several garage sales throughout the City and draw treasure hunters from surrounding areas. This unique community event is fun for collectors, families and bargain hunters.
Newly submitted address will be added to the website daily.
Printed copies can be picked up at Hardee’s, McDonald’s, Richards, Corner Depot and at City Hall beginning on Tuesday, April 28th.
You may register online or drop your ad off at City Hall no later than 5pm on April 22nd. We are asking that you limit your ad to 20 words are less. Addresses registered on and after April 23rd will only be included on the City’s Website. Permits are not required. Remember, hanging signs on any utility pole is illegal and subject to fines. Find good bargains! Shop the Citywide Garage Sale!
Clothing donations – The closet, a resource for free gently used clothing for families with infants through kindergarten-aged children, will take the kids’ clothing that do not sell at the garage sales. The clothes will be given to Wells County families who are in need. For more information call 824-8574.
Goodwill Industries – For a complete list accepted items, please visit their webpage. Goodwill helps people with disabilities and employment barriers in Bluffton and throughout Northeast Indiana find and keep jobs.
Salvation Army – Salvation army is willing to pick up any items you may have left over after your garage sale. Call to schedule a pick up time. 260-424-1655
Bluffton Parks Dept – The Parks Department offers a variety of free fun activities for families in our community. In order to continue to provide these programs they will accept donations of wind chimes, canvas painting supplies, tennis rackets, hot pad loops, bubbles, paper bags, basketballs, matchbox cars, polyester fiberfill, clean Styrofoam trays, cookie cutters, rolling pins, squirt guns, and party decorations (especially Alice in Wonderland and Wizard of Oz). Donations can be brought to the Park office on the 2nd floor of City Hall. 824-6069