The Pass It On Sale for kids stuff is back this weekend

Pass It On Sale high chairs

The popular Pass It On Sale for kids items returns to the SportsPlex of Halfmoon this weekend (September 28-30).

The consignment sale -- now in its 16th year -- is a twice-yearly event. (The October sale has fall and winter items, the May sale spring and summer.) And tens of thousands of "new and gently worn" children's items across 60,000 square feet. It's really big. Blurbage:

At Pass It On you will find clothing (sizes newborn to juniors) toys, books, videos, baby equipment (strollers, swings, etc.), sports equipment, children's furniture and more! Clothing is inspected to ensure the highest quality and our sales floor is extremely organized for the best shopping experience.

The sale is open to the general public from 8 am to 8 pm Saturday, and Sunday 8 am to 2 pm. (Sunday is half-price day.) Admission is free.

There's also an early session for new parents the Friday evening of each sale -- you have to sign-up for that ahead of time. It looks like it's already full this time around, but it's something to keep an eye on for the future. The new-parent sign-up is usually about a month before the sale.

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