The Oakland Museum of California is hosting its annual White Elephant Preview Sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, January 29, at 333 Lancaster Street– just across the Fruitvale and Park Street bridges from Alameda.
Museum supporters say this is a “must for serious bargain hunters,” with everything from fine art to gently used ski equipment and appliances for sale.
It also gives shoppers and collectors a chance to buy items for sale before the general rummage-sale event takes place on March 3 and 4. For the price of admission, which is $20, Alameda residents can support a good local cause and have a lot of fun.
Call (510) 536-6800 or visit the White Elephant Sale website.
Donations are still be accepted for those who would like to give items to the museum-support organization.