Hands in Harmony (HiH) announces that a Gigantic Inventory Sale
will be held
Friday, April 7, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, April 8,
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
in Allison Hall at First United Methodist Church,
108 E 18th Street.
This sale will provide the perfect opportunity for those working with young people – schools, churches, and community organizations – to purchase items for their presentations. There is an especially large inventory of Christmas props, decorations, and costumes, which include Santa’s Elves, Reindeer, Christmas Tree, Frosty the Snowman, Angels, Shepherds, and much more.
Also, it is not too early to starting thinking about costumes for Halloween.
There will be wall-to-wall bargains, ones that have been tested, tried and true,
while wowing audiences across the country.
The inventory includes, but is not limited to, 30 years of props, costumes (such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse, E.T., R2D2, C3PO), backdrops, decorations, sign books, sound equipment, generator, staging boxes, lighting, backdrop items, including the most popular LED lighted USA country hanging, plus donations from friends and families. Displays and photos will give visuals of how these have been used and could be utilized in the future.
Hands in Harmony, the sign language performance group, presented their final show,
“31 Years of Memories,” a reunion show, on December 18, 2016, after hundreds of performances from coast to coast creating those 31 years of memories.
This sale will help HiH with outstanding financial obligations and the sale will not only benefit the sign language group, but those seeking items from the HiH inventory. It’s a one-time-only opportunity to take home
treasures of a lifetime.