Welcome to Little Bird Lane, the only Children’s Consignment Event of its kind in Greater Lafayette!
Fall 2015 SALE: October 15-17
Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds,
West Pavilion Building
1010 Teal Road, Lafayette, IN 47905
Private Presale and Charity Shop
Wednesday, October 14, 2015, times vary
Momma Bird Presale
Thursday, October 15, 2015 • 10:00 AM to Noon
Thursday, October 15, 2015 • Noon to 7:00 PM
Friday, October 16, 2015 • 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Half Price Day!
Saturday, October 17, 2015 • 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
With an expansive sales floor filled with over 15,000 items, Little Bird Lane is an experience your family can’t afford to miss! This 3-day event is held twice a year and offers CONSIGNORS the ability to sell their excellent condition baby and kids clothing (sizes preemie to 12 youth), shoes, toys, equipment, books, games, furniture, baby gear, and much more! The average Little Bird Lane consignor earns over $330 in just a few days!
SHOPPERS can expect a clean, well-organized store environment, where everything is set up by category, gender, and size. Savvy shoppers will enjoy one-stop shopping with an incredible inventory of high quality items at unbeatable prices (40-90% off retail!). You can also shop with the comfort of knowing that every item has been inspected for recalls as well as for quality, proper working order, and wear & tear before hitting our sales floor. Admission is FREE, and cash, credit cards, and debit cards are accepted.
Pregnant? Adopting? Do you have a newborn? You don’t want to miss the hottest ticket in town! There are a limited number of Momma Bird Presale Passes available for new and expecting moms to shop early and get the best selection. Visit the Presale section of our website to see if you qualify.
Hear what our consignors had to say!
“This was some of the easiest money I have made from selling kids items! Everything is so well thought out and easy for me to do! I enjoyed volunteering as well and met some great ladies!”
“The Little Bird Lane Consignment sale is a great way for local moms to clear out the kid gear and clothes clutter, make some cash, and help other local moms in the process.”