Stores in downtown Glendale prepare for the annual sidewalk sale on April 9

PHOENIX — Get ready to find some of the best bargains in town at the annual sidewalk sale in historic downtown Glendale on April 9.

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., event-goers can use the day to explore downtown while finding deals at the many stores participating in the sale.

The theme for this year’s annual sidewalk sale is “Shop, Eat, Repeat!” to give those who attend every opportunity to do so.

Specialty stores and unique boutiques in historic downtown Glendale will offer huge sales on everything from fashion apparel to jewelry, homewares and more.

The itinerary includes “savings stops” such as landmarks at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures, sidewalk savings at ABD Appraisers, as well as the highly anticipated $20 sale on the side patio at Cottage Garden.

Participants can make their own charm bracelet by moving from store to store, as over 30 participating stores will have charms for sale at $2 each.

You can start your charm bracelet for $5 at Memory Lane Trinkets and Treasures, Glendale Flowers and Gifts, or Pink House Boutique.

From there, follow the Charm Trail map to see which shops are involved in creating your bracelet.

As you travel along the sale, the iconic restaurants of Old Towne and Catlin Court will be open.

Presented by the Historic Downtown Glendale Merchants Association, the annual sidewalk sale aims to help support local family businesses.

Visit historic downtown Glendale website for more information.

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