Merchandise at Sidney Art Gallery — including pottery ware — is on sale through the end of January. (Courtesy photo)

Merchandise at Sidney Art Gallery — including pottery ware — is on sale through the end of January. (Courtesy photo)

Sidney Art Gallery clearing out old merchandise

The nonprofit making way for new items.

PORT ORCHARD — The Sidney Art Gallery is clearing out merchandise for the new year and will be hosting a sale through the end of January on items sold at the store.

Many of the items, including handmade pieces, 50-percent markdowns on greeting cards (including Marti Green, Elissa Whittleton and Wanda Jesfield), 25-50 percent off original artwork and prints, and handpainted glassware sold for $1 each.

All books on the book rack, including some fiction, cookbooks, art and gardening publications, are on sale for a quarter.

History books written by local authors are marked 50 percent off.

The Sidney Art Gallery is at 202 Sidney Ave. The phone number is 360-876-3693.

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