PORTLAND January 7, 2020 — Village Merchants has been selected for the 2020 Best of Portland Award in the Thrift Shops category by the Portland Award Program.
Each year, the Portland Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Portland area a great place to live, work and play.
Follow this link to find out more about supporting the ACLU while also decluttering your life: tinyurl.com/ACLUdeclutter
Starting May 1st, buying hours will be Mon – Sat, 10 am – 4 pm
A Big thank you to the Village Community for supporting us for all of these years! We’ve managed to create quite a fun way to keep our gently used treasures out of the landfill and into the arms of new owners. I feel proud that every day feels like Earth Day at Village.
…A silver rosary with a little mesh container ($6), an authentic Egyptian leather secret treasure box ($2), and the Ooh -La-La Max in Love cutest kids book ever ($2)… All found this week at Village Merchants!
"Can't wait to see what I'll find next week!"
There’s no reason why your pad shouldn’t be filled with style and flair! Check out the latest furniture at Village Merchants. But remember to act quick because it will be gone before you know it!
Cute white desk $32, black and white floral ottoman $45, Ikea Poang chair and ottoman $55, funky golden yellow chair $45.
The costumes, masks, and pumpkins are in!
It’s time to decide what alter-ego you’re going to embody this year because you’re not leaving the party without the “Best Cosutume” grand prize!
We have a wide variety of toddler, kids, teen, and adult costumes and accessories to choose from… get those creative juices flowing!
Sisters Of The Road
Village Merchants is a proud community partner of Sisters Of The Road. Buy $2 meal coupons at Village Merchants and help out a neighbor in need.
“Since 1979, Sisters Of The Road has been an essential part of the Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood. Sisters offers a space to build community, empower ourselves, learn from one another, dine with dignity and organize for justice and human rights for all.”
Learn more at: www.SistersOfTheRoad.org