Friday June 3rd- 7am-6pm
Saturday June 4th- 8am-6pm
Sunday June 5th- 8am-2pm
Entrance Fee: $2.00 / Children under 12 free
Washington County Fair Park
3000 Hwy PV, West Bend
Shop till you drop and help WCHS animals!
For the third year, the rummage will be held at the Washington County Fair Park where you’ll find ample, free parking and room to shop from the more than 250 tables of items—everything from Fiestaware to flash drives! For those looking for vintage items or collectibles, this is the event to be at!
We rely on members of the community to donate items
for the rummage. Contribute your clean, gently-used items for the sale!
Where & When can I drop off items?
Please take your donations to the Washington County Fair Park from 8:30am to 4pm, daily starting Monday, May 16th through Sunday, May 29th and then again on Tuesday, May 31st. The Fair Park will be closed on Monday, May 30th for Memorial Day.
Drop off in back of the Ziegler building at the large garage door.
What are we looking for? Items like these:
•Games & toys
What we can’t accept are these items:
- Washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators, freezers, microwaves, and other large appliances
- Large furniture, such as bed frames, cabinets, and sofas
- Organs or pianos
- Mattresses or box springs
- Ceiling fans
- Vacuum cleaners
- Air conditioners
- Water beds
- Water softeners
- Countertops & sinks
- Auto parts
- Chemical products or paint
- TV’s, CRT Tube monitors (unless less than two years old)
- Computers or computer equipment (unless less than two years old)
- VCR Tapes and VCRs
- Infant/child car and booster seats or cribs
- Exercise equipment – large
- Pool tables
- Swimming pools (unless small kids plastic swimming pools)
- Artificial Christmas Trees & stands (unless tabletop size)
•Accessible rest room facilities
•Food and baked goods for purchase
•A holding area for items while you shop
•Sunday clearance: Fill a bag for $5!
Love a bargain? and Love Animals? Join us for all the fun!
Proceeds help cover medical and veterinary care of animals at the shelter. To date, the event has generated over $275,000!