The 5th Annual town wide tag sale will be held on July 25 (Saturday) from 9 – 3 pm. Sponsored by Cavendish Connects, below is information for vendors and for shopping.
• The sale will be concentrated along Main Street (Route 131), with both village greens available to Cavendish/Proctorsville residents, property owners, businesses and/or community groups.
• Anyone setting up on a village green is responsible for bringing all supplies and removing all trash and items that did not sell by the end of the day.
• Secondary areas will be off High Street in Cavendish Village and Route 103, Twenty Mile Stream and Depot Street in Proctorsville.. We will provide a list of addresses for those vendors who want to set up in these and other parts of town. Those along High Street, Route 103, Twenty Mile or other areas should think about signage.
• The online site for information and vendors will be updated weekly.
• The familiar red poster boards will go up two weeks before the event.
Those who wish to register for space at the Greens, or have their site listed on the vendor list (print and on-line) should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-226-7807. Please note that the more information you can provide about what you have for sale, the more shoppers you will attract.
WHERE TO STOP, SHOP & EAT: Download a copy of the information below in PDF format. Printed versions are available at the Cavendish Baptist Church and at the Cavendish Connects Booth, located in the Gazebo at the Proctorsville Green.
Cavendish Baptist Church
Tag Sale in front of the church, will be selling bagged lunches from 11-1.
(Street on the right hand side of 131, heading west on 131 by the Cavendish Village Green)
- 379 High Street
- 65 Wiley Hill (This is a left off of High Street and the house is the only one on the right hand side)
- 864 High Street
The Woodell's long awaited tag sale! Includes antiques, furniture, free box and a whole lot more. Follow the road to a second tag sale nearby.
Cavendish Village Green
Cavendish Cub Scouts; once again Henry will be offering his "all things free" sale. There will also be antique furniture, a moving sale and a lot more from various other vendors.
(convenience store between Mac Molding and the Cavendish Historical Society Museum)
(left hand side of road heading West. Multi family sale)
Twenty Mile Stream
(right hand side of road heading West.)
- 39 Quarry Rd
(left off of Twenty Mile Stream)
Perfect stop for the artist/crafter as the sale will include: looms and other weaving equipment including yarn; a toaster/convection oven barely used; propane salamander heater; and other items too numerous to mention.
- 121 Davis Rd
(Right off of Twenty Mile Stream, just after the Davis Rd Bridge).
- 1394 Twenty Mile Stream
Has lawn mower and furniture.
Holy Name of Mary Church Hall
(803 Main Street, right side of Route 131 heading West towards Ludlow)
Items include: Books, baskets, jewelry, household items, home made jams, Christmas items, small lamps, wooden items and much more.
Cavendish Town Elementary School
(573 Main Street, Route 131)
Tag Sale. Baked Goods, and Car Wash to benefit the 6th grade. Items for the sale can be dropped off at CTES.
St. James Methodist Church
Directly across the street from the school.
Cavendish Connects booth will be in the gazebo and will have vendor site information along with free cookies; Cavendish Community and Conservation Association (CCCA); Proctorsville Volunteer Fire Dept: BBQ (burgers, hot dogs, peppers and onions, chips and drinks); Fletcher Farms School for the Arts & Crafts; Green Mountain Snow Fleas (will have a groomer set up next to the park); Solarize Makes Sense-You can sign up for a free home solar evaluation; Flippin' Furniture some furniture, but mostly handmade reclaimed wood signs; individual tables. Items to be found from private vendor:James Patterson books, desk, lamps, quilt set, white Christmas tree with stand, holiday decorations, bathroom decor, S&P shakers, vintage butterware, vintage steamer trunk (35" long x 20" wide x 23" tall), archery accessories, arrow fletching jigs, 18th Century Chinese mother-of-pearl gambling tokens, handmade checkbook and debit card holders, antique Ducklow chair; dressers; antiques; lamps; linens; javelin; arts & crafts supplies; license plates (including VT 1966); Tonka toys. Be sure to check out the multi family hay wagon set up between the bottom of the Green and the old mill buildings. Just in, a vendor will have boxed model kits and Life Magazines from the 1950s and 1960s.
Depot Street, in front of church
Items for sale include-sofa...great condition; Patio Cushions; set of china; Smoker; Antique rattan cradle; Framed Pictures; variety of great tools; Two toned Green carpet 9x12...excellent condition; Bird Feeder Pole; gardening tools; luggage; children's toys. Note that a kiddie pool will be available for kids to cool off.
Corner of Depot and Pratt Hill
Moving Sale, antiques, desks-one Gov. Winthrop style.
41 Mountain Rd
(Close to the intersection of Depot and Pratt HIl-Mountain Rd is just off Pratt Hill)
Young Adult books, a Thule bike rack, office items, household items, antique picture frames, misc. small furniture, etc.