Information for Shoppers

This year’s sales will have lots of great tools for shoppers to find exactly what they’re after. For fun posts and stats about the list before it comes out, follow the Garage Sales event on Facebook.

Download the Master List of Sales

Get the big list with all four days, or download just the list for the day(s) you’ll be out shopping. Click the links below to download each list.

Master List (All Days) — PDF


There were a handful of errors on the ‘All Days’ PDF document that was published Tuesday night; these were corrected Thursday morning at 8:30am.

  • Sales CLOSED Thursday:
    505 Fox Run
    1531 Alder Dr
    1635 Vandello Cir
    1330 Browning Dr
  • Sale CLOSED Saturday:
    795 Rachael St.
  • Sales CLOSED Sunday:
    285 S. Stewart St
    1572 Progress St
    205 Radcliffe Dr
    215 N. Colton Dr.
    125 Lynx Ln
    175 S. Park Ridge Rd

Google Map of Sales

The map below details all of this year’s sales, including full descriptions. You can open the map on your mobile phone to look at it on the go. Click the box icon in the upper right corner of the map to open it in your phone’s Maps app, or you can open the map in your browser.

Notice there are multiple layers on the map — one for all days, and one for each individual day. Go to the map legend to turn the layers on and off.


When to get it

The Master List will be available for download from this site on Wednesday, June 7th, by 8:00 a.m.  you’ll be able to find the list on this page, as well as in several of the local Facebook “garage sale” groups. The City of North Liberty will share it on their Facebook

Where to find it

We’ll post the list on this site, nice and big so you can’t miss it. We’ll also share it in several of the local Facebook “garage sale” groups. The City of North Liberty will share it on their Facebook page too.

What’s in it

  • Address (they’ll be organized by neighborhood; scroll down to see the neighborhood map)
  • Hours/days each sale is open
  • Description of items for sale
  • Categories

About Categories: Sellers will be asked to select which categories of items they’ll sell. For example, categories might include Housewares, Lawn & Garden, Baby toys/games, Electronics, or Books/music/movies. This way shoppers can easily find certain types of items, and sellers won’t have to write novel-length descriptions. The categories may not be included on the PDF version of the master list (for space reasons), but they will be in the Excel document version.

New this year: Lists for each day

Last year when I was shopping, I kept spotting sales on the list that I wanted to visit, but they wouldn’t be open that day. This year I’ll be creating a big list with all sales, all days—but I’ll also be creating four separate downloadable lists for each day. For example, a Thursday Sales list, a Friday Sales list, et cetera.

In what format?

The Master List will be available as a printable PDF and a downloadable Excel spreadsheet, so you can geek out and customize your own list of sales to visit. Sweet!