The Clothing Exchange is a well-established consignment thrift shop, staffed entirely by WCL volunteers. It was started in the 1940's as a way to help with the clothing shortage during the war, especially clothing for children. Originally housed at Weston Town Hall, it is the Town's oldest service agency. People from more than thirty surrounding towns come to the Exchange to shop. Today, approximately thirty women give their time to this endeavor, providing a major source of funds for the league's Service and Scholarship Fund. The proceeds continue to be a major source of funds for the league's Service and Scholarship Fund.
While only Weston residents may open an account to sell articles, everyone is welcome to shop. Articles are accepted on a donated or consigned basis with The Exchange retaining fifty percent of the selling price of consigned goods. Periodic markdowns and special sales stimulate turnover. The well-stocked clothing rooms for men, women and children offer an outstanding selection ranging from leisurewear to formal attire. The Boutique offers small collectibles, antiques and jewelry.
Hours of Operation
If you are interested in supplying clothing for the Clothing Exchange, please read the following files:
Rules and Regulations
There is always a need for volunteers, even for a few hours once or twice a month. Members are urged to become involved in this worthwhile project of the league.
For further information, contact:
Orry Costello: (781) 642-1230 or email@example.com
Sally Utiger: (781) 431-8454 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue McKearney: (781) 235-6441
Clothing Exchange Café
The Café offers delicious light luncheon foods and beverages from 11:30 am - 2:00 pm at the Barn. Sample menu items include homemade soups and sandwiches.