Monday, January 24, 2022


Williams Community Center hosts freecycle event

Are you starting spring-cleaning early? If you need to rid yourself of some clutter or clothing, don’t trash your stuff, “freecycle” it instead. Freecycling is a way to exchange used items at no cost. Donate your stuff and someone else can have it for free.

The Williams Community Center, 860 C St., in Williams, will host a freecycle event Saturday, Jan. 29, from 10 AM to 2 PM.

Community members are invited to bring used clothes (clean and in good condition), books, home items, school supplies, and unopened nonperishable foods for others, who can get the items at no cost. 

There is no cost to set up a table, and only 17 tables available. Participants must set up between 8 AM and 10 AM.

Once the event is over, you will be required to take any of your unclaimed items with you. The Williams Community Center will not be responsible for disposal or removal of items. 

To participate you must register in advance, call (530) 501-3029, or (530) 870-2937, by Jan. 21.

No money is required for the event; however, the Williams Community Center will have hot dogs and beverages available for $1 each, and bags of chips for 50 cents each.

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