The Queen Size Swap returns this weekend

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The Queen Size Swap returns to The Hangar in Troy this Sunday, May 6. How-it-works blurbage:

Swapping is not person to person. There is no buying or selling of clothing. The clothing is grouped by size: 12/14/16/18 table. 20/22/24 table. Etc. You drop off your clothes at the appropriate table then you can check out the other clothes. First come, first serve. Any new to you items you are interested in you take home. There is no limit to what you take home and you do not have to bring the same number of items you take. You take what you want! Nice and easy. There are also shoes, coats, accessories, etc.

That second link includes more details what sorts of items will be swapped. Any un-swapped clothing is donated to the Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless clothing pantry.

Also: "The QSS is a body and size positive event! All genders welcome."

The Queen Size Swap is Sunday, May 6 from 11 am-2 pm. Tickets are $10 ahead / $15 at the door.

photo via Queen Size Swap

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