Donated items are still being accepted right up until the doors open Saturday morning. Items can be dropped off at the Liverpool Curling Club Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m., or Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The white elephant table is all about finding the treasure you never knew you needed. The book table has plenty to offer in just about any genre imaginable. And on your way out, don’t forget to stop by for one of the Doc’s Dogs or Kiwanis hamburgers.
The auction is also returning once again, with a wide variety of items to bid on. The auction gets underway at 10:30 a.m.
Returning this year after a short absence will be the craft table, with handmade items by artisans from around the county and beyond.
On top of the treasures you may find for yourself, there will also be a massage and manicure station put on by Sixth Sense, and a blood pressure check by Linda Gallant.
Tickets for raffle items will be on sale throughout the day, on items ranging from scallops to a giant gift basket.
New to the hustle will be an expanded section for children. Going beyond just toys for sale and face painting, though that will be there too, the section will have games, food and plenty of fun while mom and dad browse the rest of the hustle items.
This year, the hustle is raising money towards the hospital expansion project, taking place at Queens General Hospital.
The expansion will add a primary care clinic, space for five family physicians, a nurse practitioner, family practice nurses as well as other health professionals, including a dietician, diabetes nurse educator and pharmacist. The clinic will allow the team of health-care professionals to provide more patient-focused care in chronic-disease management, wellness, health promotion and illness prevention.
The upgraded 22-bed medical inpatient unit will create a stronger focus on patient and family-centred care, improve infection prevention and control and make better use of staff and space.