Spring fever is in the air which means cleaning out that garage or basement and making way for the season of sales.
Today the Burleigh county 4-H counsel hosted an indoor rummage sale that was open to the public.
A variety of various vendors had merchandise available; from antiques to accordions, cars to clocks even some tasty treats for the hungry shoppers.
This indoor sale was unique because of the different products that were for sale all in one warehouse.
Cathy Palczewski says all of the money will go towards the 4-H Children's programs.
"So the proceeds from the rummage sale go toward group funding, group development programs as well as awards for kids. Group development programs may include things such as woodworking, beading, robotics, imovies, a variety of activities," 4-H Extension Agent and SpecialistPalczewski said.
This year around 600 people came to the sale.