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Thank you for The 2020 Record Sale!


Thank you to everyone who helped make the the 2020 Record Sale such a wonderful event! We could not have done it without your help. Thanks to CenterPlace Regional Event Center, our event donors Strong Solutions, The Cleaning Authority, Sam Rodell, Architects, Washington Trust Bank, our media partner The Spokesman-Review, and to all of our amazing volunteers who worked so hard. 


The Record Sale was February 22 & 23 at the CenterPlace Regional Event Center (2426 N. Discovery Place, Spokane Valley)! Click here for a map, and here to find bus routes.

The Record Sale will be two days of treasure hunting where you can find all kinds of music, movies, and gear. We've got a great variety of records, CDs, DVDs, tapes and more just waiting to find their way into your collection. To top it off, we will be holding a silent auction filled with a variety of equipment.

Expect a line first thing Saturday morning before the doors open as avid collectors make their way to the event. Come prepared with empty crates or bags, ready to snag some hard-to-find albums. Fortunately with everyone's taste being different there will still be plenty of excellent items to find throughout the two day event. Saturday's hours are 9 a.m. - 5 p.m ., and Sunday's hours are 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.


The Record Sale is a unique fundraiser for SPR, which fits perfectly with our mission statement. “It brings together music lovers from all over our service area,” says Events Director Kathy Sackett. “It’s the epitome of recycling and it helps to preserve our musical cultural heritage.”


If you would like to donate to our sale, you can find guidelines below, and drop off music and/or equipment by February 7. 


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