What is a Rhea Lana's children's consignment event?

Rhea Lana's is an upscale semi-annual children's consignment sale. We hold sales twice a year, once in the spring and again in the fall. Families in the community are invited to sell gently used children's items on consignment at our events.
Shoppers love loading up at our one-stop-shopping extravaganzas as they can find everything they need for their children under one roof! You can expect to find items priced at 25-35 of retail.

How do I get "Early Access" to shopping?

Our Private Pre-Sale is the time when our ticket purchasers, consignors, mom-to-be, military, teachers, first responders and Facebook friends have the privilege to shop before the public. To purchase an Eventbrite Pre-Sale ticket, Click Here. Want to shop as a Facebook friend? Join our Facebook page and snag your pass to shop early! One will be posted the week of the sale!

Can I bring my child with me?

PreSale times are very busy and there is a lot of merchandise (we usually cary about 40-50k items per sale). This is very overwhelming for young children. Parents and grandparents find it easiest to shop without children at the early-access presale times.

How do I carry my items while shopping?

There are a limited number of carts available for shopping.
We provide sanitized, reusable shopping bags for our shoppers.
**During covid, shoppers who bring their own cart and/or wagon will have to sanitize it at the door.

TIP - Bring a List

The selection is so great it can be a little overwhelming to some so bringing a list of what your children need, sizes, a tracing of their foot for shoe sizes may be very helpful.

PAYMENT METHODS ACCEPTED

Cash, Master, Visa, Discover, AMEX

Are there lines to check out?

Rhea Lana's shoppers now enjoy a QR code Virtual shopping line. Scan the codes located around the store with your phone about 10 minutes prior to your wrapping you your shopping. You will receive a text message when it is your turn to come up to the cashier area. No more waiting around or standing in lines. This also makes social distancing a lot easier.