Serendipity Thrift Store opens at new location

The Serendipity Thrift Store is moving to a new space that is a lot brighter, better shows off the products, and is a lot easier to get to in more ways than one. Easier to find, easier to navigate, and, for those travelling by car – there's a lot more places to park. No more driving around trying to find a parking space.

“We certainly could have picked a warmer couple of weeks to choose to move in, but we got it done,” laughed Shauna Stanley Seymour, Co-Chair of the Yorkton Community Centre Board.

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“We will be open in a brighter, more accessible space with ample easy parking.”

The new store is located east of Myrtle and Broadway. It's between the Skate Park and KM Broadway West, halfway between Dairy Queen and McDonalds.

The move was necessitated by the need for fundraising for a new Community Centre, so that people in need can get access to services they may require either at the facility itself or through referral. Since the Serendipity Thrift Store is the fundraising arm for that centre, a higher visibility location in a more suitable space suited that aim perfectly.

The Serendipity Thrift Store has clean clothing that has been lightly used for everyone, and lots of interesting items, collectibles and knick knacks. It's as fun to shop at the store as it is a good cause, because you'll never know what you'll find. Of course, the prices are priced to be as affordable as possible.

There is also a discount area and a table for items being given away for free. 

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