On Saturday, Oct. 8, the Troy Howard Middle School gymnasium will be filled with an indoor sale of new and used children’s items from 8:30-11 a.m.

This is the fourth year for the fall version of the Baby Fair, sponsored by Waldo County General Hospital, which has an admission fee of $1 to benefit the Belfast Public Health Nursing Association to help local families in need. Children are admitted free. The Troy Howard Middle School is at 173 Lincolnville Ave. in Belfast.

The fair also includes educational booths on nutrition and identifying lead in the home. Dawn Bryant, EMT, of Waldo Community Action Partners, will offer free car seat inspections, checking for recalls and expiration dates, and education on choosing and installing a child’s car seat.

This is a great opportunity to clean out your closets and sell baby and children’s items no longer needed in your home. Items can include clothes (up to size 12), toys, books, furniture, etc. No recalled furniture, or car seats that have an expired use date, can be sold. Craftspeople who make baby items may also want to join the fair.

Tables for exhibitors are available to rent at $25 each. Large clothes racks or displays may be charged an additional fee as space is limited. The fee is non-refundable and must be paid prior to the fair to guarantee a spot.

Proceeds from table rental fees benefit the Belfast Public Health Nursing Association, but all other profit is yours to keep. Setup will be from 7-8:30 a.m., before the fair starts, and cleanup will be immediately following the event.

To book a table, or for more information, call Lois Dutch of Waldo County General Hospital’s Education Department at 338-2500, ext. 4154.