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The Toy Swap – Plastic Free July FREE Pop-Up Event


Let’s face it. Toys can be expensive and are often time limited.  If you are like most parents, you probably have a whole pile (or two) at home that your preschooler doesn’t even look at anymore.

A toy swap is a great way to extend the life of toys, save money and resources by swapping rather than buying new. Plus you get to pass on of some of those much loved, or unused, toys while picking up some “new” ones that your little one might enjoy at little to no cost. Everyone wins. Your child gets some new playthings while you get some extra space in your house.

HOW IT WORKS:

  1. Bring up to 5 toys including books, lego, gadgets, block sets, soft toys, board and electronic games, anything really!
  2. Hand over toys at the check in table where they will be stickered with different colours based on value.
  3. Collect your  tokens . E.g. If you get 3 yellow $5 and under tokens, you can swap for 3 yellow items or 1 $5 – $20 item.
  4. Once all toys are checked in, the tables are opened and you can claim new toys with your tokens!

Golden rule: Only bring toys you’d be happy giving to a freind. No broken, damaged or dirty toys past their play-by date accepted.

THE DETAILS:

  1. Check in toys from 8.30am – 10.30am.
  2. Swap will run 11.00am – 12.00pm
  3. This event is for toys suitable for children 10 years and under.
  4. Plastic toys are absolutely welcome – we want to give these toys a life extension. Check in toys from 8.30am – 10.30am.
  5. There are 3 categories: under $5, $5 – $20 and $20 and over.

See you there!

Details

Date:
Sunday 29 July
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Living Lightly
Phone:
66484643
Email:
info@ourlivingcoast.com.au

Venue

Harbouside Markets
Marina Drive
Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450 Australia
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http://harboursidemarkets.com.au/find-us/

Our Living Coast is a joint project of the Coffs Harbour, Bellingen & Nambucca Councils