Due to popular demand, the East Hampton Historical Society will reinstate its annual Trustees’ Tag Sale on Saturday morning, May 24th, on the back lawn of the Osborn-Jackson House, located on Main Street, East Hampton, directly across from The Palm. Trustees, both past and present, and friends of the E.H.H.S., will offer a cornucopia of treasures guaranteed to titillate even the most discriminating tag sale shopper.
Several trustees, including an enthusiastic furniture collector, a gardener, and a shelter magazine executive, are downsizing — cleaning out their houses, garages, carriage houses, attics, and basements. Useful and collectible items, ranging from brown furniture, lighting, household items, and folk art to decorative home accessories, will be offered. A midcentury Dunbar table, a set of Windsor dining chairs, garden planters and glassware will be for sale.
The Trustees’ Tag Sale is a benefit for the East Hampton Historical Society. It will be held from 9 a.m. until 12 noon on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend, kicking off the summer season. The sale is short and sweet. Come early and walk away with treasures at very reasonable prices, while supporting the East Hampton Historical Society!