Several people attend last year’s CatSpan book and garage sale at the Parksville Community Centre. This year’s sale is taking place March 22 and 23. - Submitted by Kathy Robinson

Annual CatSpan book and garage sale happening March 22 and 23

All proceeds from sale go toward helping feral cats in Parksville Qualicum Beach

The annual CatSpan Book and Garage Sale is March 22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and March 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Parksville Community Centre.

CatSpan director and sale organizer Kathy Robinson said there will be between approximately 10,000 and 15,000 books for sale and a little bit of everything offered at the garage sae portion.

RELATED: CatSpan book sale helps to take care of feral cats in Parksville Qualicum Beach

“Kitchenware, tools, houseware, you name it,” Robinson said. “There’s a huge amount of garage sale items.”

All proceeds from the sale go to CatSpan, a registered charity which cares for feral and stray cats in the Parksville Qualicum Beach are using the humane method of trap, neuter and return.

CatSpan also provides veterinary assistance, food, advice to colony caregivers and education to the community about feral stray cats.

For more information on CatSpan, visit www.catspanferals.com.

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