Landon Threads

Landon Threads is organized and operated by parent volunteers through the Landon Mothers Association (LMA) to sell gently used dress-code clothing to Landon families at a nominal cost. Proceeds benefit student activities.

Threads has moved to a new, expanded location next to Landon’s historic Farmhouse. Shop hours are Friday 7:30–9:30 a.m. throughout the school year. The 2019 back-to school sale will be held August 29–30 from 8 a.m.– 4 p.m. Threads welcomes parent volunteers to help run the shop throughout the school year. If you are able to help, please email Cindy Peters at cindy_peters@landon.net.

All the items sold at Threads are donated by members of the Landon community. Donations may be dropped off during store hours or any time in the designated bins located at the entrance to Threads outside of the shop. Donation forms for tax purposes are available upon request.

Threads will gladly accept the following gently used items:

  • Blazers
  • Dress shirts
  • Dress-code pants and shorts
  • Ties
  • Belts
  • Sweaters
  • Landon wear (T-shirts, jackets, athletics shorts, sweatpants, sweatshirts, etc.)
  • Athletics cleats in good condition

(Please, no polo shirts, non-Landon athletics wear or non-Landon outerwear.)

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