Congregation B'nai Israel brings their annual White Elephant Sale to an end with a Sunday Bag Sale from 9 a.m until 2 p.m. At the corner of Vauxhall and Millburn Ave., the Congregation is located at 160 Millburn Ave.
Friday morning saw shoppers browsing in the spacious and well air-conditioned Social Hall. Books were priced at .10, and will cost even less at the Sunday Bag Sale. Fabulous Friday finds included a Tiffany crystal apple and Pottery Barn flatware. Fun Friday finds included a "Fawlty Towers" box set, linens, kitchenware and clothing galore. A happy shopper discovered Ugg slippers for a dollar.
According to Co-Chairperson Andrea Hirschfeld, "This will be the biggest and best treasure hunt in the East." Appealing household items from kitsch to kitchen, lavish to luxury, furniture to fashion will be available. Shoppers will be delighted to scan the vintage clothing, objects of art, sporting goods, electronics, and many other items.
Co-Chairperson Lois Cantwell states, "In Thailand, White Elephants are considered sacred. In Millburn, New Jersey, and throughout the country, White Elephant sales are special, not quite sacred, events offering a change for people to acquire sought-after treasures at bargain prices. This event will have something for everyone.
Inquiries should be made at the synagogue office, 973-379-3811.