It’s the Gamer’s Garage Sale!

Games Galore!

On July 4th, the Emerald City Gamefest will hold a Gamers Garage Sale at theYardsale3Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Kenmore. Role playing games, board games, card games, all will be on sale from 10AM to 5PM! The proceeds from this sale will go to pay for this year’s Emerald City Gamefest in November!

Open Gaming!

Try before you buy! Or bring a game and your friends and play a game or two! We’ll have table space set aside so that you and your friends can stop on by and play a couple of games on the 4th of July!

Participate in the Sale!

There are three ways that you can participate in the yard sale

  • Stop by and browse!
  • Bring your games by and we will sell them for you! *
  • Donate your unloved and unwanted gaming items to the Gamefest!

*Just bring whatever you want to sell by or contact us to pick it up.  List the price you are willing to accept for the item and we will sell it for you and split the profits, 50/50.  Any unsold items will be returned to you.

When: July 4th, 2009
Where: Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
6211 NE 182nd Street
Kenmore, WA, 98028
Phone: (425) 486-3777
Time: 10am – 5pm

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Emerald City Gamefest

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Who, When, Where, How…

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