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Dreamland’s Dreamworks Hosts Theatrical Closet Moving Sale

Dreamland’s Dreamworks, 118 Lucille Avenue Carrollton, is having a MOVING SALE! Angela Folds, owner, informs us they are reducing inventory to clear out the old to make room for the new inventory at their new location! Vintage and recycled items from belts and ties to formal dresses, hats, and shoes available in sizes from infant to adult. And the best part is …NOTHING IS OVER $15.00! In fact, as much as you can stuff into a standard brown grocery bag is $15.00 for the entire bag! Great for teachers.

Diana Cabaniss, Angela’s mom, shared that an English gentleman came in looking for authentic clothing from the 70s, and they fixed him up with an outfit from that time, which pleased him greatly. We can help you, too, to find what you’re looking for. So, if you are wanting vintage clothing, accessories, or a full-out costume, you won’t want to miss this sale. Anything left will be donated to a local Veteran’s Charity. 

Sale hours: Monday, Sept. 21 –  Friday, Sept. 25, 2 pm to 6 pm. 

Saturday Sept. 26, 9 am – 2 pm.

(Please, do not call about availability and sizes.) 

Dreamland’s Dreamworks will continue to serve the public at their new location off Whooping Creek Road near Central Middle School, in Carrollton, where they will also offer sublimation printing, which is transferring of material onto a shirt or product for design. They hope to have their new location up and running by Halloween. No tricks here — just great value for your money.

Watch their Facebook page for an announcement concerning the opening date of the new location. Click here to visit their Facebook page.

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Sue Davis
Sue Davis is a local freelance writer whose work can be seen in any COWETA Magazine issue over the last three years. She is the author of Lilly and Billy Visit the Farm, a picture book based on the history of Newnan, and she is published in two anthologies of short stories and various web-based content. Her interests include oil painting, reading, and baking “herbaceous” bread. Sue lives with her husband Larry and rescued golden retriever, Mariah, near historic downtown Newnan.