Published DateMEREDITH — Antique enthusiasts, collectors, and bargain hunters will be out in force on Saturday, May 18 as the Meredith Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors the 18th Annual Community Yard Sale.
Chamber Executive Director Susan Cerutt ays that sales will be held from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at over 50 locations in the Meredith Area. In addition to the many sales taking place at individual homes several businesses and organizations will also hold sales.
In Meredith, Trinity Episcopal Church will hold a group sale at the church on Route 25 and in Center Harbor the Congregational Church will have a sale. As in the past a book sale sponsored by the Friends of the Library will take place at the Meredith
Public Library and the Meredith Altrusa Club will hold a sale on the lawn of the Chamber building.
In Meredith, Inter-Lakes Builders will hold a sale at their location on Foundry Avenue and the Meredith Kiwanis Club will
conduct their sale at Keytown Automotive on Route 3 north of the lights.
The Shops at 38 Main, including Once New Antiques and Her Prerogative will be open for business and on Parade Road the Ballard House B & B will join with other homeowners to sell various items. On Winona Road the Meredith Historical Society will be open at their farm museum, while in Center Harbor Canoe Restaurant will participate in this fun event. In addition, sales will be held at individual homes in the downtown area, along Parade Road, in the area of Barnard Ridge Road, and along Meredith Neck.
The Community Yard Sale will be held rain or shine and maps identifying the locations of the various sales will be available beginning at 8 a.m. the day of the sale at the Chamber of Commerce Information Center located at 272 Daniel Webster Highway. Signs will be posted at the individual locations so those attending will know where the sales are.