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Half off at the downtown Lebanon Listen thrift store as they prepare to move to old Bridgman’s store

Listen Community Services on Saturday, June 17, 2017, in Lebanon, N.H. (Valley News – Jovelle Tamayo) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Get on it! And/or wait for National Thrift Shop Day on Friday. 🙂 The sale runs through Aug. 28 and Listen is planning on opening in its new location in October.

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Get all of your municipal road graders, dissolved oxygen monitors and eye-wash stations at the N.H. auction this weekend

A road grader from the city of Laconia is unloaded onto the grounds of state-owned White Farm Facility on Thursday, May 10, 2018 for the upcoming state auction, which will take place on Saturday, May 19.

Via David Brooks at the Concord Monitor:

If the trolley doesn’t grab your attention, maybe the 60 Dodge Chargers will.

 

Or the pair of medical research devices that look like a cross between chandeliers and a high school chemistry lab.

 

Or the file cabinets. Lots and lots of file cabinets.

 

“I guess people are going paperless,” said Jason Wright, manager of the state-owned White Farm facility in Concord, gesturing at the rows of file cabinets that have ended up in a former cow barn that stores surplus government items awaiting auction.

 

It will all go on sale Saturday at the first of two auctions this year of surplus material at White Farm, on Route 13 in Concord.

Read more here.

Ibex may be gone, but there’s a stash of a ‘few hundred pieces’ in downtown WRJ

That would be at Revolution, according to the shop’s Instagram feed. Read all of our coverage of Ibex closing up shop.

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Bits and pieces of the now-closed Grantham Indoor are for sale

Fred’s FC players Wesley Leuthauser, of Lebanon, N.H., left, and Glenn Halleck, of Newport, N.H., warm up before their 35-and-older men’s league game at Grantham Indoor in Grantham, N.H., on Dec. 4, 2017. The facility’s owners have announced they will be closing in January 2018 after selling the building, which will become a warehouse. (Valley News – Geoff Hansen) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Cross-posted from the listserve, here’s the list of items for sale, if you want a little piece of Grantham Indoor for yourself:

  • Player Benches
  • Wooden Restaurant Style Booths
  • High Top Tables and Stools
  • Folding Tables and Chairs
  • 3 E6/S8 Full Swing Golf Simulators
  • 5 Bag golf Bag Holders and a plethora of older clubs
  • 22″ Golf Ball Collector
  • Office equipment (contact us for more info on this)
  • A sound / pa system
  • Scoreboard with scoreboard control box
  • Small field dasher boards with player benches (PROBABLY enough to make an 80 x 80 field, we have to get more detailed info on this item)
  • 12×12 sections of turf, we do have some larger sections as well
  • Heavy duty set of lacrosse goals
  • Lacrosse balls, as well as screens and corners for the goals
  • Multi-Sport Game Standards (2 sets)
  • Plastic yard fencing
  • Lots of Netting (If you are interested in netting, please note that we will not be able to accommodate your request until the spring time, however you should still email us now and be very specific about what size you are looking for).

The owners say that if you’re interested in any of the above, please contact them for pricing at info@granthamindoor.com or 603-865-9800.

RELATED: Grantham Indoor Closing as Retirement Beckons Owner