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Thank you for your support during these times.

Open Saturday 10:00 - 2:00

Drop-offs Sat 10:00 - noon only

192 Washington St, Rt 138, North Easton, MA
Between Bob's Ski-Doo & Buddy's Union Villa Pizza

Call 508-230-5466 (LION) for info
Join us on Facebook.com/EastonThriftStore for updates

COVID-19 Update

Keeping us safe

In order to re-open we have implemented the Massachusetts COVID-19 Phase 3 and the Easton Board of Health recommended restrictions.

Face masks, social distancing and hand sanitizing are required for all volunteers and patrons both inside and outside the building.  Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth.  Customers may purchase a mask for $1.  Proceeds go to Pennies for Sight for Mass. Lions Eye Research Fund.

Store entry, front door only:  We can only allow a limited number of people in the store at one time.  The basement door is closed.

Parking is limited - Elm Street entrance closed:  The Union Villa has outdoor seating that changes the traffic flow.  You will be directed where to park by our volunteers when you enter from Washington Street.  

When Closed


Donations will be triaged and accepted Saturdays from 10:00-noon by an Easton Lions Club volunteer only. Pickups for donations can be arranged by leaving your name and number at 508-230-5466 or by sending a message via Facebook (EastonThriftStore).

Please, do not leave any donations outside the store.  It costs us money to throw donations out.  After-hours donations is considered dumping and is illegal.  Cameras monitor the building  and dumping will be reported to the Easton Police. 

Restriction Updates

For updates statewide COVID-19 restrictions, please go to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health page here.

Acceptable Donated Items

We happily accept the following gently used items in clean, unbroken, and saleable condition. Broken and dirty items cannot be taken in by the Lions volunteers.

  • Furniture: dressers, tables, and non-upholstered chairs
  • Housewares: dishes, glassware, kitchen utensils, small appl.
  • Clothing, footwear, coats, hats, gloves, etc.
  • Collectibles, antiques, knickknacks and other giftware
  • Collectible electronics, high-end receivers
  • Jewelry and other accessories
  • CDs, DVDs, records, console games (Wii, DS2, PS, XBox, …)
  • Other games, toys and sports equipment
  • Hand tools and small power tools
  • Wheel chairs


Unacceptable Items

Sorry, but we can no longer take the following items.  

  • TVs of any kind, CRT Monitors, Computers
  • Electronics (with a few exceptions)
  • Car radios, tires, and batteries
  • Particle board furniture and entertainment centers
  • Text books, encyclopedias
  • Large appliances
  • Upholstered furniture
  • Mattresses
  • Christmas trees
  • Downhill skis & boots
  • Weapons, guns, ammo.
  • Baby cribs, walkers, large toys
  • Baby carriages and car seats
  • Medical walkers, toilet seats, crutches, medical devices & supplies

We have many new items large and small arriving each week! There are 2 floors full of ready-to-move stuff. We have a wide assortment of household accessories. lamps, baskets, kids toys, games, clothing, and hidden treasures in every corner. We also have an eclectic array of furniture, pictures, artwork, undiscovered antiques, bikes, chairs, tools, hardware, bed frames, and many unusual items waiting to find the perfect home. The basement may be closed due to poor circulation, dampness, and no open entry during the COVID-19 restrictions.

We are a 501(c)(3) charity and donations are tax deductible. Money raised supports many local Easton charities, high school scholarships, diabetes research, Mass. Eye Research Fund, and the Easton Grange #196.

History of Grange and Thrift

The Thrift Store started in 2009 when members of the Easton Lions Club and Easton Grange came togther to help save the old Grange Hall located on Route 138 (Washington Street) and the corner of Elm St in Easton. The Thrift Store has become the premier place to pick up items for your home or college dorm room at a great price! Stop by and say "Hi" to the friendly Lions volunteers on Wednesdays and Saturdays.



The Thrift Store has many needs and types of jobs that we need Lions Members and others to help. From set-up to take-down, helping customers, and sales to organizing, pricing, cleaning, and pick-ups of larger items.  Click below for more details and contact information to help or ask one of the Thrift Store regulars at our club meetings.

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