The October 24-25th Antique and Tag Sale

Our fabulous collection of fine art, eclectic antiques, textiles from around the world, musical instruments, fun tag sale items, and refreshments filled this historic barn.  This event was a great success due to the generosity of our community. We would like to thank the following people and businesses for their special contributions:

Alianne Schatz, Allium, Arthur Greenstone, Cakewalk, Catherine’s Chocolates, Carrol Emanuel, Claudette Callahan, Berkshire Eagle, Ditte Ruderman, Domaney’s, Ed Abrahams, Eden Chubb, Elmer Orobio, Eve Schatz, Gabrielle Senza, George and Janet O’Brien, Gina and Kyle and Simon Bashour, Great Barrington Pizza House, Great Barrington Rudolph Steiner School, Harriet Joffe, Hartmuth Sommer-deRis, Janet Gans, Jennifer Clark, Joyce Reisman, Judy Eddy, Koi Chinese Restaurant, Lee Schwartz, Mahaiwe Tent, Morton Losher, Paperdilly, Pauline Dongala, Price Chopper, Rosalind Reis, Rubiner’s, Shelly Brooks, Shirley and Paul Paukulis, Shopper’s Guide,  Steve Kahn, Taft farm, Tanya Hill, Tom Sachs, Uncommon Grounds, Vikki True, WBCR, Windy Hill Farm Inc.

And a special thanks to all the early buyers and other customers who made our event the great success that it was.

Due to popular demand, we will be having a Spring Antique and Tag Sale! We are acceping donations of art, antiques, and clean tag sale items for our next event. Call 413-854-1955  for donations and consignments.

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About The Berkshire Center for Justice

The Berkshire Center for Justice/Free Legal Clinic works to connect local professionals with those Berkshire County residents who are experiencing very real barriers to accessing the civil legal counsel they need and deserve. We also address the larger social issues that lie at the root of these gaps in the service. The demand for our services grows monthly, primarily through word of mouth, and FLC responds to the community’s needs by holding clinics, offering community education programs, conducting interviews, and speaking publicly about the ways law and social issues interface.
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