Plymouth Church’s popular Underground Thrift Store this weekend will celebrate the impending (official) arrival of spring by opening on Saturday, March 15 as well as Sunday. Saturday hours will be the same as Sunday’s: 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. “Our racks are bursting with the first look at Spring items for men, women and children. So come on over on Saturday for Spring designer duds at gentle prices.” The store features a “collection of upscale and designer clothing and accessories for women, men and children and beautiful collectibles for the home, in the loft space in historic Plymouth Church.” Your purchases will help fight human trafficking and modern day slavery, as 25 per cent of the store’s net profits go to organizations engaged in the struggle to end these evils. The Underground Thrift Store is located upstairs in Plymouth Church (the store takes its name from the church’s role in the Underground Railroad, the pre-Civil War escape route for runaway slaves); enter at 65 Hicks Street, between Orange and Cranberry streets.
Plymouth’s Underground Thrift Store “Spring Fever” This Weekend
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