The Little Fox Shop...
is a non-profit resale shop benefiting the Fox Branch Library. We are volunteer run and work hard to provide a pleasant shopping experience for families with children. All of our items are checked for completeness and infant items are checked for safety. Clothes are scrutinized and we try to only offer to you what we would put on our own children.
Great brands and awesome prices...Stop in to find Hanna, Boden, Tea, Crew Cuts. Gap and Janie & Jack just to mention a few. Plus lots of cute items in sizes 0 to 16yrs. Clothing prices start at $2.50!
The Little Fox NEEDS your donations!!
URRENT NEED: WINTER COATS AND BOOTS!
Items always needed: Clothing (any season), Halloween costumes, toys in like new condition, shoes in excellent condition, books/DVDs, infant gear less than 5 years old.
Donations are accepted during business hours.
Come volunteer with us!
We are always looking for hard-working and fun people to volunteer with us.
Are your kids all in school and you're looking to give back?
Or are you retired and looking to keep busy?
Maybe you know of a high school student looking to volunteer in a fast paced setting....
Click here to learn more: volunteer page and contact Susan Dorson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special EVENTS & SALES
LEARN THE SECRETS OF A PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZER!
Join Professional Organizer Elizabeth Goodsell, on Saturday, October 29th from 1-2, for a 1-hour free seminar and learn tips and tricks for tackling clutter and corralling toys.
The free seminar will be held in the Fox Library Community Room.
Elizabeth, founder of That’s Neat! Organizing™, began organizing at an early age, now loves helping clients transform their homes and lives from chaotic to calm. She creates storage solutions, processes, and simple strategies to help clients manage daily life, freeing them to spend time and energy on more important things.
Tuesdays 9am - 1pm
Wednesdays 2:30pm - 7:30pm
Thursdays 9am - 5pm
Fridays 9am - 1pm
Special Saturday Openings: 10am - 4pm
Upcoming SATURDAY Openings 2016
December 3rd (during East Arlington First Lights)