Lamps, pewter sets and clothing all are hoping to find a new home at the fourth annual Autumn Yard Sale in Merion Village.
The sale -- with more than 25 households signed up -- will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5.
A list of the types of items for sale and the addresses of those participating can be found along with a map at merion village.org.
"You never know what you're going to find," said Jessica Norman, president of the Merion Village Association.
Those who want to get their day started on a sweet note can visit Bake Me Happy, which will have printed maps and nostalgic treats at the store, 106 E. Moler St.
The fall event is a scaled-down version of larger Merion Village activities, where Moeller Park is the rallying point, with food trucks, beverage trucks, games and vendors clustered in the same area, Norman said.
She said the early list of merchandise includes antiques and vintage items, kids' clothes, baby toys and vinyl records.
Additional locations undoubtedly will pop up, she said.
"There are always houses that don't register that will be selling (merchandise) throughout the day," she said.
Norman said she expects a lot of bargains.
"Merion Village has seen such a new influx (of residents)," she said. "You also realize when you start to unpack: 'I have a lot of stuff I don't need anymore.' "
Lauren Larrick, a board member of the neighborhood association, is helping organize the sale.
"It's such a cute neighborhood to wander around," Larrick said. "It's such a unique neighborhood in the city. I've seen such different things at different houses. It's pretty neat."