Davenport, IA - For 28 years, Volunteers for Symphony has been hosting the area's largest sale of gently used items to support the education programs of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra. This year's sale will be held at 902 West Kimberly Road in Davenport, between Godfather's Pizza and Shoe Carnival in the Village Shopping Center. 

The event will kick off on Thursday, June 16, with a Preview Party from 6 PM to 9 PM. Admission to the party is $10 at the door and gives you the first opportunity to buy and choose from an enormous selection of housewares, clothing, sporting goods, furniture, books, records, antiques, and jewelry, to name just a few. People traditionally begin lining up in the afternoon, so be sure to arrive early to get your spot! Refreshments and live music will be provided while you shop. 

Also available at the Preview Party will be a 1984 Buick Electra Park Avenue with a V8 engine and only 23,000 miles. Other amenities include power seats, power windows, air conditioning, AM/FM cassette radio. The car shows no rust and will be sold "as is" to the best offer at 8 PM on Thursday night. 

The sale then continues on Friday, June 11, 7 AM to 6 PM, and Saturday, June 12, 7 AM to 4 PM. Both days are FREE ADMISSION. Saturday is half price day and features a $5 bag sale beginning at noon. To buy Preview Party tickets, call 563.322.QCSO (7276) or visit www.qcsymphony.com. 


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