Annual Greenfield Yard Sale and Neighborhood Block Party 2024

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Please save August 24, 2024, for our next yard sale.

We are excited to host the annual Greenfield Yard Sale and Neighborhood Block Party. We will have dozens of sellers and support from local businesses. This is not your typical neighborhood yard sale—it is an event. We will have a central space for shopping again and an area for local businesses.

We will have a central area for those who do not have a yard or would like to vend in an area with a group of others.

Keep in touch, and join our newsletter.

We are teaming up with our friends at Hazelwood Cafe, Pgh Crepe Truck, and Alternate Histories again and look forward to providing more details as they become available.

If you’re a business interested in sponsoring and/or vending, please message us or email us at contact@greenfieldyardsale.com

Thank you for an excellent sale!

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Navigating on sale day

Saturday, August 26, 2023, from 8 am to 2 pm. Rain or Shine.


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Numbered Guide
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NumberingFULL ADDRESSDescription
1576 AlgerVariety of yard, outdoor, and household equipment and goods, with women’s and boys clothing, shoes, accessories, and toys, plus handmade pottery items. Sale will be located on Winterburn driveway behind the house, between Alger and Greenfield.
23522 BeechwoodBeveled glass mirror/candle holder, vintage microphone stand, AT&T electric typewriter with extra cartridges, hurricane lanterns , wicker baskets, vintage poker chips, advertising glass sets, 1950’s chip and dip holder, lamp with small beer barrel base, new 18″ diam Weber grill grate, magic set, bread maker, coffee maker, assorted children’s games, assorted sports balls, framed art work, plus much more.
33917 BeechwoodCups, glass jars, stickers, perfume, hula hoop etc
44126 BeehnerAntique dolls, handmade shelves, jewelry, plant cuttings
54128 BeehnerHousehold goods, Art, Jewelry, Antiques, furniture, toys….. Something for everyone!!!!
64161 BeehnerHeaps of vinyl records, and unique home goods.
7515 BigelowMiscellaneous home goods, furniture, outdoor equipment, and children’s items
8533 bigelowtools, appliances, furniture, power washer, etc
93963 BoulevardChildren’s and baby items
104341 BristolSmall furniture, household goods, clothes
113930 ColemanHousehold goods, camping supplies 
12346 ConnorA leather couch (free), some other smaller furniture, some school items, some paintings, bed frame, headboard, and some kitchen stuff.
13525 Coynewomen’s clothing, kitchen wares, decorations, household goods, vintage toys, Steelers memorabilia, furniture, etc.
14967 DeelyFurniture, kitchen items, miscellaneous items
1510 DenmarshHousehold items, wedding decor and more!
161067 FlemingtonTons of children’s clothing, shoes, and coats! Girl’s sizes infant through 12-14, boy’s sizes infant through 16-18. All under $5!

Some household goods and furniture. 
17851 FlemingtonWe will have some furniture items, a bunch of board games and puzzles (mostly older but some fairly new) some household goods, jewelry, and other odds and ends.  Also a TiVo DVR and a 300-disc CD changer.  Adding gardening supplies (mostly pots of several sizes, good quantity).
18954 FlemingtonBaked goods for intrepid bargain-hunters, DVD player, kitchenware, diningware, men’s and women’s clothing, sidewalk salt, miscellaneous
194311 GladstoneSisters’ Vintage Vibes Yard Sale! Join us at 4311 Gladstone for a charming yard sale where my sister and I have gathered an assortment of vintage items, including kitchen wares, linens, a pottery, stoneware, vases, and other delightful miscellaneous items. Additionally, plant enthusiasts can explore a small selection of plant cuttings and charming planters, while crystal lovers will find high-quality crystal towers, carvings, spheres, and specimens to captivate their interest. Come by for a relaxed day of browsing through our carefully curated treasures. We’re excited to see you there!
204316 GladstoneHome decor and hardware, plus size clothing, electronics, etc.
214325 Glen LytleKids toys, train canvas, misc housed
Hold items
221133 GreenfieldClothes (Men’s L/XL and Girls L/XL Women’s XS/S), school uniform pieces, books, household goods, furniture, and maybe, just maybe, your next treasure!
23517 GreenfieldHandmade bags and bookmarks – will be “pay what you want” and proceeds will go to the Southwestern Veterans Center
24537 GreenfieldWe will be selling a variety of electronics, women’s clothing and women’s size 11 shoes, also the classic household goods who have served their purpose for us but would be great for a new home.
25815 GreenfieldHandmade items – Microwave bowl covers & microwave heat pads, and bird houses.
26917 GreenfieldVintage jewelry, women’s clothing, kitchenware, furniture, records, decor, sporting goods, and more!
27959 GreenfieldAvon
28601 GreerHousewares-Kitchen Items-Tools-Womens small clothing-Books – Good stuff!
294219 HaldaneBooks, Records, Children’s Toys, Misc. Household items
30754 HazelwoodShoes, clothes, lamp, bike rack, etc.
31563 IndusSome clothes and some children’s furniture. Games and puzzles
32345 Kaercher new & used lawn and garden power equipment, misc household products
33347 KaercherCollectible trading cards (Yu-Gi-Oh, etc.) and other collectibles (Harry Potter, etc.), housewares, yard toys, clothing (adult and girl 7-10ish)
34901 KennebecFurniture, decor, clothing, kitchen items, plants, etc
35928 LilacHome good and decor, small furniture, kitchen items
36953 LilacGently used women’s clothing, books, and miscellaneous goodies!
37964 LilacA whole mix of things! Clothes marketed to women, size 12-16; clothes marketed to men , size large (some XL). Housewares, small organizational things, seasonal items.
38724 LorettaExercise gear, entryway bench, printer, household goods, small planters, baby gear, and some free items
39764 LorettaFamily selling, kids clothes, toys, adult clothes, housewares, plants, furniture, trinkets, donuts and coffee!
403913 LydiaMillennials w/baby (household, hobby, clothing) PLUS cleanout from Grandpa’s farm (antiques, household)
414035 LydiaMostly baby stuff, toys, some women’s clothes 
424224 LydiaIndoor & outdoor household goods
43636 MelbourneNascar die cast including kyle Busch Kevin harvick etc many signed , penguins memorabilia from 2006 thur 2009 including bobble heads Crosby,Malkin,latang ,staal all bobble heads never opened. Jordan Staal game used and signed Skates, penguins signed gloves and Carolina signed gloves and signed jerseys.
Yeti’s all sizes porch furniture, tent never used and pop-up tent, Flexible Flyer sled from the 60’s Ugg boots and shoes size 11 fleece hoodies and desk great for multiple monitors
44752 MelbourneVarious household goods, clothes, kitchenware
454108 MillingtonWomen’s clothing, cameras, stationery, electronics, etc.
464213 MillingtonKids toys, dvds, judaica, chairs (folding and rocking), tables, general household odds and ends. Sale located in the garage and driveway around back at the top of Loretta.
474270 MinnesotaTools, Fixtures, Household Goods
48835 MirrorHousehold goods, kitchen supplies, picture frames, clothing (men’s, women’s)
49670 MontclairBass amp and FX, hats, comics, household goods
504006 MurrayClothing, Shoes, Pyrex, Miscellaneous Household Goods
514130 MurrayRecords (33s & 45s) n’ stuff (Priced to sell)
523932 NantasketHousehold items, clothing marketed to boys (about size 5-7), kids’ books, kids’toys, kids soccer shoes, etc.
534217 ShieldsClothing, shoes, baby clothes and accessories, small furniture, books, etc
544220 Shieldsmost likely some kids toys, books, household items like some
appliances, clothing and equipment shed
554232 Shieldsmen’s and women’s scrubs, pens jerseys, blankets, leotards, hiking backpack, many other random things
564232 ShieldsMen’s and women’s clothing, backpacks, blankets, and other random items. 
574122 StanleyLamps, household goods, wall art, decorative items
58391 Susannababy/toddler clothes/toys/stroller/car seat.  2 women’s comfort bikes by GIANT – gently used.  3 bike car carrier, Music CD’s etc.. Home décor items,  3 piece stereo (radio, 3 CD player, 2 cassette players) + 2 speakers, ****cash only***
594308 TassoHousehold goods, clothing for men, women and children, toys, lemonade, misc household goods
604331 TeslaA couple in their 30s with books, clothing, and a variety of household goods.
614034 Windsor40 years of stuff to sell! Collectibles, antique books, toys and games, sports equipment, baby stuff, china and glass. Lots more!
624119 WindsorLots of Household Goods, Furniture and Clothing and More
634119 WindsorHousehold items & furniture, some brand new furniture and some older , clothing, kitchen, bicycles, toys and more
644244 WinterburnHousehold items, baby and children’s items, home decor, gently used women’s clothing and accessories
654305 WinterburnLots of house plants, yarn and knitting supplies, decorative items
664306 WinterburnVariety of tools, games & odds & ends

Neighborhood Block Party becomes all day event shutting down Coleman Street.

Saturday, August 26, 2023
Time: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Yard Sale ends at 2 pm)
Rain or shine

Over 50 yards plus a central selling area at Alternate Histories (517 Greenfield Ave) where more treats are in store:

  • Necromancer Brewing, which is opening a taproom at 563 Greenfield Ave, will be on hand to sell drinks.
  • Cold new coffee, lemonade, and pastries will be for sale by Hazelwood Cafe
  • Pgh Crepes will be on hand with sweet & savory crepe
  • Greenhouse Co-op, opening soon at 557 Greenfield Ave, will be selling houseplants.


Happy Hour 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
also at Alternate Histories

  • DJ Formosa starts at 3 p.m. (Stephanie Tsong of Jellyfish)
  • Local makers & artists including candles from xpresshuns of love, fashion pieces & accessories from Rebel Bred, and new work from Alternate Histories
  • Food and non-alcoholic drinks from La Palapa, Mexican Cuisine & Mezcal Bar will have their mobile unit
  • snacks & treats from Junk Castle Goods
  • Beers from Coven Brewing, whose co-founded and head brewer Caiti Sullivan lives in Greenfield.

Press Release: Announcing the Greenfield All-Day Block Party on Saturday, Aug 26th.

PRESS RELEASE

Announcing the Greenfield All-Day Block Party on Saturday, Aug 26th.

Alternate Histories Studio joins with the Greenfield Neighborhood Yard Sale and the Greenfield Community Association for free family activities from 8am-7pm.

Pittsburgh, PA

The Greenfield Neighborhood Yard Sale, Greenfield Community Association, and Alternate Histories are working together to stage an All Day Block Party for the community on Saturday, August 26th. Coleman Street next to the Alternate Histories Studio at 517 Greenfield Ave, will be closed all day. The event is divided into two parts, the Greenfield Neighborhood Yard Sale from 8am-2pm, and the Alternate Histories Happy Hour from 2-7pm.

Greenfield Neighborhood Yard Sale, 8am-2pm

  • From 8am-2pm, the Greenfield Neighborhood Yard Sale will take place across the neighborhood, with over 40 homes and families selling (visit com to see a map of all registered homes).
  • To support residents who don’t have a front yard, and to provide a home base for visitors and activities, people will be able to set up and sell on Coleman street.
  • Coffee & drinks will be for sale by the nearby Hazelwood Cafe, while the PGH Crepes truck will be on hand with sweet & savory crepes. Necromancer Brewing, which is opening a taproom at 563 Greenfield Ave, will be on hand to sell drinks. Greenhouse Co-Op, opening soon at 557 Greenfield Ave, will be selling houseplants.

Alternate Histories Happy Hour, 2-7pm

  • In the same block party space on Coleman Street, Alternate Histories will host DJ Formosa (Stephanie Tsong of Jellyfish) playing music from 3-7pm
  • Local makers & artists including candles from xpresshuns of love, fashion pieces & accessories from Rebel Bred, and new work from Alternate Histories
  • Food and non-alcoholic drinks from La Palapa Mexican Food, as well as snacks & treats from Junk Castle Goods
  • Beers from Coven Brewing, whose co-founded and head brewer Caiti Sullivan lives in Greenfield

“The outdoor happy hour events I’ve been staging have gone really well” says Matt Buchholz of Alternate Histories. “But people still remember last year in August when we closed down the street for the Greenfield Beer Release with East End Brewing. When the GCA and Yard Sale started talking about closing the street again, we all knew this was a great opportunity to do something great for the community on a bigger scale.”

 

“The Greenfield Community Association is excited to see the return of the Greenfield Yard Sale,” said Ashley DiGregorio who volunteers on the GCA Business Committee. “This occasion presents a fantastic chance to connect with neighbors and display the splendor of our community. A big thank you to all the Greenfielders who worked together to make this happen!”

 

Greenfield Yard Sale organizer Will Reynolds Young says “We are excited for the community element of our Yard Sale to return. When I first co-organized the sale in 2019 we dreamed of having a central sale area with food and drinks. It’s going to be amazing to see that come to life through this wonderful partnership.”

 

This event is free to attend and family-friendly. Accessible bathrooms are available inside the Alternate Histories Studio. Well-behaved dogs on leash are welcome to attend. Free street parking is available, and is accessible via the 58 bus.

 

Greenfield Neighborhood Yard Sale

Saturday, August 26, 8am-2pm

517 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15207

https://greenfieldyardsale.com/

 

Alternate Histories Block Party

Saturday, August 26, 2-7pm

517 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15207

https://www.facebook.com/events/2240148462841199/

 

For interview requests, please contact matthewbuchholz76@gmail.com

 

 

Thank you for an amazing sale!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Greenfield Neighbor Yard Sale. No matter if you were an attendee, a seller or a sponsor we could not have done it without you.

Our goal was to have a neighborhood sale and to bring our neighborhood a little closer and that we did.

Help us out for next year, take a survey about your experience

The organizers did at outstanding job in a very short time period!!! Kudos to you all!! Community events like this bring everyone together. I got the opportunity to meet new neighbors.

Denneta, yard sale seller

I like to express my gratitude and say thank you to all organizers and all participants! Thank you for your great efforts and contributions – this kind of events always brings people together one way or the other and makes the neighborhood more lovable and richer – thank you!

Hen, yard sale attendee

We would like to extend a final thank you to our sponsors to whom which could not have done this event without.

Lead sponsors

  • Staghorn Cafe
  • Murray Ave. Apothecary
  • Renee Roma – Personal Trainer
  • Corey O’Connor
  • Homer’s Auto Service and Sales
  • Greenfield Community Association.

Supporting Sponsors

  • Bernacki Family Practice and Wellness Center
  • Greenfield Jewelers
  • Anchor Physical Therapy
  • Marino Chiropractic
  • Kevin’s Computers
  • The Bald Fat Guy
  • WRRYFree Tech

Take our survey. Stay tuned details about next year.