Fine Art Fundraising Sale
A patron to many artists, Lois Heiser enjoyed collecting paintings of all kinds. Artworks include unique pieces by Pozzatti, a Dali ethograph (limited edition), a Magritte, oils by Paula Bates, and works by Harley Francis.
October 1, 5:00 to 8:00 pm, and October 2, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
This fundraising sale is made possible by the generous donation of the Lois Heiser estate.
Save the Date!
This year, we are trying something new! The warehouse is opening for a bonus fundraiser in November. Find all kinds of treasures for your home or a gift for loved ones in time for the holiday season.
November 6, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm*
*Date subject to CDC and Monroe County Health Department regulations.
40 years and Counting!
The annual Garage Sale is our biggest fundraiser every year. Powered by the dedicated work of volunteers, the second weekend in June is quite an exciting time. From antiques to household items, there is sure to be something for everyone. All items are donated from the public and proceeds support the artifact preservation, exhibits, and programs at the Monroe County History Center.
For anyone unable to make it in person to the sale, there are also some select items available for purchase via eBay.
Annual Holiday Sale
From November to early January, the annual Holiday Sale can be found at the History Center at 202 E 6th Street. A great opportunity to find new decorations or the perfect gift for a loved one. The annual Holiday Sale is open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm in the winter season.
4015 Profile Parkway
Looking for directions? The address is available using Google Maps or you can follow along with our driving directions below!
Donating to Annual Garage Sale
Donations are currently closed for the 2021 sale are closed. Donations for the 2022 sale will begin July 21.
We welcome donations all year for our annual garage sale fundraiser. Donations can be brought directly to the Garage Sale site at 4015 Profile Parkway, Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Merchandise should be in good condition.
Donations are tax-deductible and we provide a signed donation form to use when filing your taxes.
Items we can’t accept: old computers, mattresses, old TVs, nonworking appliances, exercise equipment, or clothing (unless the clothing is collectible vintage.)
For more information, call 812-332-2517.
Need a pickup? Our volunteers can assist in arranging a pickup of larger items for donation. To request a pickup, please complete the form below.