Sherman Historical Society Barn Sale MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND!

Sherman Historical Society Barn Sale


Are you ready? The Sherman Historical Society’s annual fundraising Barn Sale is this Memorial Day weekend. The ribbon will be cut promptly at 9am on Saturday the 27th, with the sale running until 3pm, then reopening again on Sunday the 28th, from 9:30 to 12:30.

We’ll have the barn and tents full of antiques, collectibles, furniture, china, linens, kitchen & household items, jewelry, tools, art, outdoor equipment, gardening items, children’s toys & games, and more.

Cash and check only. Please bring your reusable totes as there will be a self-packing station.

Address: 10 Route 37 Center, Sherman, CT 06784. Parking at the nearby Sherman School at 2 Route 37. Handicapped parking at the Senior Center next door to the Historical Society.

Want more reason to come to Sherman? We’ve got more!

The Society’s Old Store Museum & Gift Shop will also be open with its fabulous array of merchandise. In addition to our great finds, check out Sherman Library’s Book Sale, and—new this year—an Art Supply Tag Sale at the Senior Center, both running the two days. Plus the Memorial Day Parade on Sunday at 1pm. DO NOTE: The roads will close down for this so if you’re not staying, be advised to leave by 12:30pm).

Please do obey the speed limit in the Center and watch for pedestrians as there will be many visitors about.

The Sherman Historical Society is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization that’s relied on this annual fundraiser to finance the Society’s operating costs. Through such donations, we are able to offer historical programming and events for the community, remain a vital historical resource, and preserve the Society’s buildings that are part of the historic district and of great pride to the town of Sherman.

We hope to see you at the sale and we thank you as always for your support! But for all the bargains, in our hearts we remember and miss our fallen heroes, friends, neighbors and family who sacrificed all for our freedoms. This weekend is, above all else, about them.


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Author: Harlem Valley News