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Published: Wednesday, May 23, 2018 @ 6:00 AM
— The last artifacts inside an iconic roller rink opened in 1956 will be sold off during a massive garage sale-style goodbye event.
Thousands and thousands of people took spins around Skyborn Skateland in Fairborn before it closed for good in 2015.
The rink’s building and land have been sold to nearby Barrett Paving Materials, but its contents will be sold off from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, May 27 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, May 28.
“Everything that is inside of the building is going to be for the sale: skates, the lockers, the table, the sound system,” said Joyce Brinkley, an assistant to Skateland’s owner David Ripp.
Sections of the rink’s floor, equipment in its snack area and the skate ramp are also among items up for grab.
— All items MUST be paid for in CASH during the Sale Hours
— Please do not request an earlier or later viewing or pick-up time. These times are non-negotiable.
— Items not picked-up or paid for, during sale hours will be resold within 24 hours after the sale closing time.
Many items for sale not listed anywhere.
Please show up to see what is available.
All Rental Skates per pair $10, most are ok, but a bit musty from sitting.
Police Beacons - 3, as is (might work) one shell, $10 each
Popcorn Machine $100
Soft Pretzels Storage and display unit $25
Gehl's Nacho and cheese dispenser $20
San Jamar cup dispenser $10
Picnic table $50
First come 1st served on all sales listed her. You must take item with you by end of the day you buy it.
Small misc item will be priced the day of the sale.
Almost everything can go.