Weekly rate: $6 up to 20 words; additional words 10¢ each.
$1 discount for subsequent insertions without
Add $1 per week for placement on the Web.
Click here for details.
SELECT A CATEGORY
For sale: cars, trucks, etc.
Items for sale
Lost and found
Pets and livestock
Barter and trade
Real estate for sale
Card of thanks
For sale: cars,
trucks, etc. (back to top)
1993 VOLVO 940 station wagon, $1,800. 767-1746.
sales (back to top)
HUGE INDOOR GARAGE SALE every Monday and Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.—7
p.m., March 1—30 at the Tavern. Something different every week.
Limited menu and drinks available. Visit yeoldetrailtavern.com for detailed
item list or pick up list at the Tavern. Cash for gold: Scrap gold,
silver and platinum buyer on premises 11:30 a.m.—7 p.m. Mondays
for sale (back to top)
BLUE SPRUCE TREES, six feet tall. Good shape: 3/$245, delivered/planted,
10 percent discount for 10 or more. 937-231-7931.
$25 SALE: Samsung Digimax S500 5.1 megapixel camera
with SD card; Panasonic HDMI 1080i DVD player with remote; Epson CX5000v
printer/copier/scanner. 513-560-2279. All $25 each.
WHO'S YOUR FARMER for 2010? Smaller Footprint Farm
has CSA memberships available. Members receive 19 weeks of fresh, naturally
grown produce and herbs and a newsletter with recipes and farm updates.
For more information call 767-9920 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
36" LOOM, $400; Emperor National guitar, $150;
Uahu Hawaiian slide guitar, $150; wooden desk, $70. 767-1746.
URBAN ART — Enamel on car hood. Artist: RLand
(Atlanta). Visit RLandart.com to get a taste of his direction. This
piece is well-suited for an urban industrial space. Must see. Call Lorre,
REPEAT OFFENDERS: Best of the Yellow Springs News
Police Report, available at the Yellow Springs News office for $5.
GET UP TO DATE on the history of your community in
Two Hundred Years of Yellow Springs, including the legacy of Antioch
College in this book by the Yellow Springs News staff. Only $16.59 and
available at the News office, 253 1/2 Xenia Avenue or ysnews.com.
(back to top)
JUST IN TIME — Seeds of Change organic seeds.
Available at Eco-Mental, formerly Living Green. 767-2028.
and livestock (back to
[None this week.]
and trade (back to top)
[None this week.]
offers (back to top)
WANT A RETREAT? Have a relative coming to town? Leaving
town for three weeks in May. Free housing in exchange for being with
my pets. Call 760-7715.
wanted (back to top)
WANTED: Gently used wooden loft beds for kids' tiny bedrooms. Please
call 767-2330 and let us know what you've got and how much you'd like
for them. Thanks so much!
FOAM ROLLER (exercise equipment) wanted for free
or cheap. Contact Vanessa at 505-0422 or email@example.com.
SPOONS AND BOWLS for the Yellow Springs News staff.
Finding mis-matched metal spoons and soup/salad bowls in your kitchen?
We will make good use of them! Drop off between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.,
Monday—Friday at 253 1/2 Xenia Avenue.
WANT TO BUY — Honda or Toyota car, 10—15
years old. Ken and Peg Champney. 767-1311.
WANTED: Gently used wooden loft beds for kids' tiny
bedrooms. Please call 767-2330 and let us know what you've got and how
much you'd like for them.Thanks so much!
etc., wanted (back to top)
MOVING TO YS after 17 years in Springfield. Mature, responsible woman
looking for a two- or three-bedroom home to rent or lease while returning
to grad school at WSU. No appliances required, w/d hook-up needed. Owner
of two well-behaved dogs. Julie, 408-3408.
(back to top)
BUILDING ZONED INDUSTRIAL. First floor, 1,800 square
feet, 16' ceiling. Second floor, 300 square feet. Miami Township, 1/8
mile from Yellow Springs village limits. Call 767-7406.
ONE BEDROOM apartment in Yellow Springs. Four blocks
from downtown. Washer/dryer hookup. Lease. $525 plus utilities. 374-2348.
TWO ONE-BEDROOM apartments for rent near downtown.
Appliances furnished, non-smoking building. References, one month security
deposit, one year lease. $400/month and $525/month respectively. 776-1237.
Please, no calls after 9 p.m.
UNIQUE DUPLEX, two bedrooms, one and one-half baths,
loft, screened-in porch, wooded lot, attached garage, w/d hookup, close
to downtown, $965 plus utilities, available April 1, 767-7438.
ROOM TO RENT in cooperative house to "lighten
the load on Mother Earth" is available now. With mindful communication;
weekly house meetings; shared maintenance of common space; affirmations;
practicing acceptance of human differences regarding food, spirituality,
age, race, gender, etc., we build a safe haven together. Rent is $300
including utilities. Contact Laurie Dreamspinner 369-9167 (note new
telephone number) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ECLECTIC STUDIO APARTMENT, cabin-like, on 18-acre
private bird sanctuary with trails and picnic area, two miles southeast
of YS. Great views of wild area, yet convenient to road. Oak and quarry
tile floors. 516 square feet. Fireplace. Well water. No outdoor cats.
In a group of three connected but well separated apartments. Prefer
long term. $475 plus utilities. 767-1778.
OLDER HOUSE, LARGE TREES. Quiet neighborhood. Living/dining
room, two bedrooms, one bath; kitchen opens onto yard. $800/month plus
utilities, deposit. Minimum one-year lease. 767-2310.
THREE-ROOM AND six-room office suite. Antioch College
Development has returned to South Hall (Herndon). Two well laid-out
suites now available — 716 Xenia Avenue. Flexible lease. Paved
off-street parking, all utilities included. Call 767-9290 for walk-through.
XENIA — ONE-BEDROOM apartment: two large sunny
rooms plus eat-in kitchen, appliances, wood floors, w/d hookup, lighted
off-street parking, garage. $350 plus deposit, utilities, lease. 937-767-0203.
TWIN COACH APARTMENTS: Two-bedroom apartments, bath-and-a-half,
$550/$600 per month. Includes appliances, central air, washer/dryer
hookups. Deposit required, one-year minimum lease. 767-9180.
ONE-BEDROOM apartment. Rent includes utilities. Call
TOWNHOUSE APARTMENTS for rent, Hawthorne Place: one-bedroom,
$495; two-bedroom, $595; three-bedroom, $685; plus utilities. Have washer/dryer
estate for sale (back to
GREAT HOME at 155 W. Possum Road, 10 minutes north of Yellow Springs.
This cute cape cod is on almost an acre with a small barn and pasture.
Two fireplaces plus a full finished basement. Looks great! $129,000.
Call Bonnie Maxon, Prudential One Realtors, 937-477-9992.
THREE-BEDROOM Cape Cod, large fenced yard bordering
creek and woods, organic garden, fruit trees, full basement, two-car
garage, porch, deck. Springfield Township, low property taxes, move-in
ready. $92,900. Call 937-324-1503.
LOT FOR SALE in town. Call 937-776-0779.
(back to top)
ANTIOCH COLLEGE is seeking six callers for its spring fundraising Phone-a-Thon.
This 12 hour/week part-time position will be from 6 to 10 p.m., Tuesday—Thursday
for six weeks beginning the third week of April. Pay is $10/hour. All
applications are welcome. Friends of the college preferred. Contact
Micah Canal, 937-767-2341 or email@example.com
COORDINATOR for Yellow Springs Village Mediation Program
(VMP). Contract for 15—20 hours per month. Duties include receiving
requests for services, coordinating efforts of volunteer mediators,
maintaining case statistics, providing periodic reports to the Steering
Committee, contacts with Village organizations and residents. Send resume
to Village Manager, 100 Dayton Street, Yellow Springs, OH 45387 or electronically
to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 16. Contact
Len Kramer, 767-2324, with questions.
THE YS ARTS COUNCIL is seeking a part-time 20-hour
per week Projects Administrator. Chief responsibility is to coordinate,
organize, track and monitor all administrative and logistical details
for three major Arts Council events held throughout the year. The position
requires an energetic, efficient and organized self-starter with excellent
administrative and communication skills and the ability to skillfully
interact with a variety of people. Must know Microsoft Word, Excel,
some Access and have internet skills. Mail resumé to YS Arts
Council, PO Box 459, Yellow Springs, OH 45387.
(back to top)
[None this week]
available (back to top)
WHAT IS YOUR PIECE OF mind worth? $250/week pays
for full-service house sitter (pets are a little extra). Easter—spring
vacation: call now! Local references, 270-0490. Jodie.
SPRING CLEANERS! Available for all your cleaning/organizing
household needs. Will haul away junk. Supplies provided. Call Anna,
937-654-4955 or Sarah, 937-371-2637.
IT'S NOT TOO EARLY to plan the garden. Garden tilling
at reasonable rates. Call Doug at 717-6079.
ONE MAN AND A TRUCK—you call, I haul. Handyman,
metal detecting of lost keys, wedding bands or property stakes. Terry
CHAIR CANING and rush seating. Call Ed at 937-602-5994.
INDOOR PAINTING, some tile work. Reasonable rates.
Punctual, reliable. Call David at 767-1613(H) or 768-3572 (cell) for
care (back to top)
FORMER DAY CARE provider now available for evenings
and weekends. Please call Heather at 239-5930 (cell).
COMMUNITY CHILDREN'S CENTER has immediate openings
for ages 18 months—3 years. Classes focus on building socialization
and independence skills. As of June 1, openings available for ages 3-
to 5-years for pre-kindergarten preparation. Also, limited space available
for school-aged children in a summer program. Title XX approved. Contact
Marlin Newell at 767-7236 or email@example.com.
and found (back to top)
LOST: Young (seven months) dark tabby female cat south end of town.
Call Diane, 767-1031.
(back to top)
LEARN BASICS OF YOGA: postures, philosophy, breathing, meditation and
relaxation techniques. A perfect place for beginners to start their
yogic journey. Four sessions, Saturday, April 3—24, 10—11:30
a.m. Pre-registration required. Contact Yoga Springs Studio, 937-767-9300
DISCOVER STILLNESS WITHIN through movement and meditation.
This workshop gives you the time and place to linger in the meditative
state that we long for. Saturday, April 24, 1—4 p.m. Pre-registration
required. Contact Yoga Springs Studio, 937-767-9300 or www.yogasprings.com.
CLASSES AND ORGANIZED groups April 2010 — Pilates
Mat Class, Tuesday/Thursday, 6:30—7:15 a.m. and Cardio Weight
Training, Tuesday/Thursday, 12—1 p.m. Join 360≥ for organized
walks, hikes and rides: 360≥ walking group, weekly; 360≥
hiking group, weekly; 360≥ cycling group, weekly. Team 360°
Pelotonia 2010 now training. Call 937-901-0344, e-mail, Melissa@360degreetraining.com
or text for more information.
MAKE FRIENDS, MAKE MUSIC this summer at Friends Music
Camp. Musical growth, caring, supportive community experience. Private
lessons in all band and orchestra instruments, voice, piano and guitar.
Musically challenging at all levels, lots of fun. Ages 10–18.
Pick up video and brochures at Yellow Springs News office or call Peg
Champney, 767-1311, or www.friendsmusiccamp.org.
Dates: July 11–Aug. 8.
MOVEMENT CLASSES offered by Jill Becker: The Fluid
Core (organic warm-up exercises) meets Fridays from 12–1 p.m.
Modern Dance meets Saturdays from 9:45–10:45 a.m. For information,
please call 767-2646 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE ANTIOCH SCHOOL, an child-centered nursery and
elementary school, is accepting enrollment applications for the 2010–2011
school year. Please visit www.antiochschool.org
for information and an application or call 767-7642.
(back to top)
PASSIONATE ABOUT ACCESS to information? Watching cable access on Saturday
night? We need you to serve on the Yellow Springs Cable Advisory Panel.
Meetings are the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. How? Submit
a letter of interest to the Cable Advisory Board, 100 Dayton Street,
Yellow Springs. Cable Advisory Board — it's like holding the remote,
TENTH SEMI-ANNUAL plant life distribution: corner
of President and Whiteman Streets. Ten varieties, indoor/outdoor. Swing
by beginning March 25 and help yourself. Our motto: we lose a little
on every plant but make up for it in volume.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR! The community-wide weekend retreat
at Tar Hollow State Park is set for May 14—16 with new activities
and great food. Call 372-5613 to request registration forms.
ART EXHIBIT, Landscapes and Flowers, Ann Gayek. Pastels
and oils. Giclée prints of Yellow Springs creek, Clifton Gorge
and more, $45. Glen Helen Building, Monday—Friday, 9:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m., Saturday—Sunday, 10 a.m.—4 p.m. Exhibit runs
through Tuesday, March 30. Ann Gayek, 767-1584.
LUNAFEST: Eleven short films by, for and about women.
Sunday, March 28, 3—5:30 p.m. Neon Theater, 130 E. 5th Street,
Dayton. Admission: $5—$10 donation, students with ID, $3. Benefiting
Planned Parenthood and Breast Cancer Fund.
MAEVE KORKAN-LAUGHLIN is trying to make money for
Friends Music Camp. She can baby-sit or do odd jobs. Call her at 767-7685.
FRIENDS MUSIC CAMP: Ask someone who's been there.
There are many of these people in Yellow Springs. Four-week summer music
program for ages 10—18. Residential, held at Barnesville, Ohio.
Information at the Yellow Springs News office. Phone: 767-1311 or www.friendsmusiccamp.org.
THE FIRST ANNUAL Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse (YSKP)
Valuables Auction and Sale, Saturday, April 24, 11 a.m.—4 p.m.,
Millworks Business Center, 305 N. Walnut Street. Look for the signs
directing to auction. Donate your extra high quality items to sell.
Drop offs and pick ups scheduled for Saturday, April 17 (10 a.m.—2
p.m.) and Sunday, April 18 (10 a.m.—2 p.m.) to the Millworks location
or contact YSKP at 767-7800 for a pick up to be scheduled at your convenience.
Items should have a minimum estimated sale value of $100.
COMPUTER DONATIONS can no longer be accepted at the
News. Please visit the National Cristina Foundation, which finds working
computers, components and peripherals new homes. Contact them at www.cristina.org,
write to them at 500 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830, or call
203-863-9100. Thanks for your help, Yellow Springs!
TWO HUNDRED YEARS of Yellow Springs by the Yellow
Springs News staff. Only $16.59 plus tax, at the News office, 253 1/2
Xenia Avenue or ysnews.com.
thanks (back to top)
[None this week]
share (back to top)
[None this week]