Open thread: Southborough garage and yard sales this weekend (5/5 & 5/6)

The weather folks say the rain is on the way out and it should be a mostly dry weekend. All the better for your bargain hunters out there.

If you’re holding a garage, yard, or other sort of sale this weekend, May 5 and 6, you can promote it here. Just add a comment below and let everyone know the details!

(Photo posted to Flickr by Eastlaketimes)

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Cindy Rotermund
10 years ago

I’m not having a garage sale but I’m selling a 2004 Ford Explorer (as is: $1800) and a 2004 545i BMW 100K miles ($13,000); I’m in the phone book.

Cindy Rotermund
10 years ago

my # 508-439-1418.

Cindy Rotermund
10 years ago

FYI – Truck is sold. :)

Janet
10 years ago

Moving Sale- sofas, mahogany dining room set, twin bed w/ white painted wood, dressers, lamps, coffee tables, chair and ottomen, rugs, etc.
Sat. and Sun – Please call 508-265-8531 for appointment

Rachel
10 years ago

We are selling a matching wall oven unit and electric cooktop. They’re white and the brand name is maytag. They were just bought a little under two years ago, but were only used for a year. We recently remodeled our kitchen and decided to upgrade to stainless steel. There is nothing wrong with them at all. They’re just sitting in our house collecting dust. $300 for the both of them together.

774-287-6901

Kim
10 years ago

I finally made it to the new Red Barn location…great to have another option for morning (or anytime!) coffee before jumping on the Pike from eastbound Rte 9. Our mighty Hummer dealership is long gone…but long live Red Barn!

southsider
10 years ago

Nothing to do with yard sales or other threads on this post but I have been wondering more and more about the severly lowered water levels all around town. When will the work be finished so that the water returns? Many of the bodies of water seem to be getting still smaller. Are they still removing water to allow more work? Or has the lack of rain impacted these levels? What has happened to all the wildlife that depended on these beautiful bodies of water? I assume thousands of animals and tens of thousands of fish have been effected. How long to get them all back? Might be a good story…..

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