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THIS WEEKEND: Yard Sales and Lantern Parade

A look at what is happening around Easton this weekend.

It’s Friday and you’ve got no idea what you’ll do for the weekend.

Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for your done-work-outta-here time. Check our picks for the activities to hit and new events to explore. We'll feature events from Easton and things to do within driving distance.

1.

Where/When?: 215 Elm Street/ 8 a.m. Saturday

Why Go?:

Huge, multi-family yard sale Saturday, 8/25, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., 215 Elm Street North Easton. Lots of grea stuff, including: furniture, tools, antiques, light fixtures, jewelry, gift items, shoes. Great prices for quality stuff!

2.

Where/When: 196 Washington Street/ Saturday 9 a.m.

Why Go?:

The Easton Lions Grange Charitable Thrift Shop is open every Wednesday from 10-2 and Saturdays from 9 to 3. We are located at the intersection of Rt.138 & Elm St, next to the Union Villa. Your donations are tax deductible.

New used inventory coming in all the time. We are loaded for bear. Dining sets, end tables, couches, chairs, patio sets, glassware, prints, paintings, tools, collectibles, jewelry, nick-knacks, books, toys, bikes, records, clothing, baby things, household items, and an endless count of usable items by the many hundreds. Everything is priced to move and everyone can dicker. No reasonable offers refused.

3.

Where/When: 122 Randall Street/ Saturday 9 a.m.

Why Go?:

Yard Sale - Futon, Glider Rocking Chair, Kitchen Table, household items, toys, something for everyone.

4.

Where/When: Depot Street "S" Curve/ Saturday 10 a.m.

Why Go?

Area vendors will be selling the freshest foods at a new location.

Easton Farmers Market starts this Saturday 10-2 and then Tuesdays 2-6. It is now located at the old "S" curve on Depot St just North of the Five Corners.

5.

Where/When?: Learning Experience/ 10 a.m. Saturday

Why Go?:

The Learning Experience, located at 639 Washington Street is celebrating it's 1 year anniversary.

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Where/When?: Easton Historical Society/ 6 p.m. Saturday

Why Go?:

Third Annual Lantern Parade, Starts at the Historical Society at 6:00 p.m. and marches to Oakes Ames Hall for Children and Adult Musical Entertainment, Face Painting, Refreshments, AND ALL FOR FREE!

Sponsored by Easton Cultural Council and Ames Free Library.

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