Townwide tag sale returns Saturday
BENNINGTON — The Bennington-North Bennnington Town Wide Tag Sale, now in its second year, takes place at various locations on Saturday, July 13, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Organizers have announced the following list of tag sale locations:
106 Warn St.
302 Grove St.: Multifamily.
535 Dermody Road: Home d cor, Thirty One items, shelves.
107 Dewey St.: Some furniture, misc.
778 East Road: Houswares, Knick-knacks, movies, antiques, Longaberger baskets, shoes.
1320 Houghton Lane: Lawn mower, house items, clothing, jewelry etc
4 Rockwood St.: Household items, childrens clothing, baby items, furniture and decor.
1457 East Road: Household items, toys etc. To benefit Amy's Hope To Find a Cure.
81 Gore Road: Clothing, crafts, books, game system with games, etc.
345 Chester Knoll Drive: Household goods, collectible bears, tableware, clothing, books and more.
99 Coolidge Ave.: Lots of name brand clothes and household goods.
328 Chester Knoll Drive: Household goods, yard tools, men's and women's clothing, holiday decorations.
702 Houghton Lane: Tools, hand crafted items.
1010 Gage St.: Oak dining room set, household.
762 Houran Road: Clothing, housewares.
268 Union St.: Household items, books, games and jewelry.
2187 East Road: Misc household.
51 Barney Road: Snowblower, sinks, kitty condo, household, knick knacks, small hand tools, shelves and some clothing.
420 South St.: New to slightly used girls clothing and shoes, toys, women's clothing, household, holiday items.
135 Fillmore St.: Books, clothing, tv stand, 1940's phonograph/radio, tools, automotive, dishware.
13 Rockwood St.: Puppet theatre, fabric crafted items.
224 Bradley Drive: Dog crates, 46" TV, OTR microwave, wicker rocker, printer.
233 Park St.: Custom-built fly rods, misc tools, women's clothing.
152 Apple Hill Road: Windows, flower pot desks, toys, misc.
125 Coolidge Ave.: Chair, bakers rack, and much more.
320 Pleasant St.: Clothes, toys, home items.
331 Safford St.: Multifamily tag sale. Toys, clothes, hunting supplies, electronics, and early education supplies.
7 West St.: Household (kitchen), electronics.
1041 North Branch St.: Household items, antiques.
211 Park St.: Dog Carrier, plus size clothing, wheelchair.
508 510 Main St.: Furniture, kitchen items, tools, some toys, clothing.
107 Rollin St.: Girls' books, home decor, clothing (kids).
114 Grandview: Board games of all kinds.
11 West St.: Department 56, antique domestic sewing machine stand, miscellaneous antique stands, a bedroom set, rocking chair and lamps.
143 North Side Drive: Toys, sports cards, knick-knacks.
1893 East Road: Paparazzi, jewelry, clothes.
132 Fillmore St.: Small desk, jewelry, clothing and more.
66 Colgate Heights: Furniture, dishes, pottery, jewelry, pots and pans, baked goods, gift items, antiques and more.
170 Mattison Road: Stereo, tires, housewares, women's clothing.
119 Harvest Hills Drive: Furniture, clothes, books, household.
5 Hillside St.: Some furniture, hunting gear, clothes, some tools, flooring etc.
23 Church St.: Household, coffee table, end table, lamps, vintage.
13 Prospect St.: Furniture, pool table, fish tanks, electronics, household goods, art etc.
2 Bank St.: Paparazzi jewelry.
9 West St. (next door to library): New wooden storm door, household, end tables and coffee table.
882 Matteson Road: Snow thrower, electric heater, clothing.
626 Park St.: Books, clothing, printer, walkbehind, leaf blowers, Troy Built roto tiller, quilting books and magazines.
504 Matteson Road: Furniture, bike, blankets, golf clubs.
497 Lake Drive: Ping-pong table, rocking horse, chair.
6 Prospect St.: Cupboard, patio furniture, mission desk, household. No kids toys or clothing.
218 College Road: Antique Benningtonington crocks and jugs, post cards, etc.
11 Prospect St.: Bikes, clothes, baby items.
89 McCarthy Acres: Dishes, knick knacks, computer desk, chairs.
80 Sunset Drive: Furniture, dishes, patio umbrellas, beer mirrors.
For a map, and more information, visit www.facebook.com/BenningtonTownWideTagSale/
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