Thursday, May 28, 2009

Thanks to you, we had a wonderful day!

By all measures, the First Copake Falls Day Hamlet Wide Yard Sale was a huge success. The weather was sublime, we netted several hundred dollars for the benefit of Copake Falls Day on August 22nd, and most important, we met many wonderful neighbors and visitors. Thanks go out to many people including (but not limited to!) Larry Proper and his amazing Copake Highway Department crew (they always make sure we do it right), the 25 vendors who set up shop either at home or at the Copake Ironworks Schoolhouse, the owner of the Schoolhouse who made the property available to us this year and who has offered it again for next year, the staff of both The Register-Star and the Columbia Paper, and especially, everyone who spent the day snapping up treasures throughout the hamlet. Thanks too, to our fearless leader in this event, Robin Bruce (pictured below) who brought a cool head, big brains and a phenomenal instinct for organization to the party. Robin says, "the success of this sale virtually guarantees a repeat performance next year. But don't forget, this is all about Copake Falls Day on August 22nd. See you then!"

That table was empty by the end of the day!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Map - Copake Falls Village Wide Yard Sale, May 23 8am to 3pm (click on map for larger image)

Be sure to click on image to see a legible and printable size! Scroll down for locations by street name and number.
Large scale printed maps available on Saturday at the Copake Ironworks Schoolhouse ("headquarters") and at the Copake Falls Post Office, the Depot Deli and Bash Bish Bicycle Shop, all on Route 344.

Yard Sale Locations by Street Name and Number

COPAKE FALLS HAMLET WIDE YARD SALE
May 23, 2009 – 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

LOOK FOR THE ORANGE BALLOONS!

All Locations Have Something for Everyone - Special Items are Listed Below

COPAKE IRON WORKS SCHOOLHOUSE – NYS RT. 22 and Bain Road:

ELEVEN yard sales- Women's clothes (designer and antique), jewelry, & books
storm doors; shutters for eyebrow windows; stroller; child’s
car seat, metal bed frames (twin) and misc

BREEZY HILL ROAD
1 Breezy Hill Road

CEMETERY ROAD
10 Cemetery Road Collectibles, Art, Pop Culture Memorabilia, & Tools

MILES ROAD
58 Miles Road “A little bit of everything”
37 Miles Road Clothing, toys, fabric, jewelry, and some furniture

MOUNTAIN VIEW STREET
111 Mountain View Street

NORTH MOUNTAIN ROAD
8 North Mountain Road Ethan Allen Maple Dining Room Set - 56" plus 2 15" leafs, 4 Side Chairs, 2 Captain's Chairs; Baby Crib; Baby/Toddler Clothing; Toys; Accessories; Pine Full-size Headboard, Dresser, & Nightstand; Hand Knit Children's Sweaters & Yarn
27 North Mountain Road Vintage items (some antiques), decorative items, books for older children & adults
43 North Mountain Road
73 North Mountain Road
106 North Mountain Road
394 North Mountain Road

STATE ROUTE 344
109 State Route 344 3 Yard Sales at this location
139 State Route 344
215 State Route 344



LUNCH BEGINNING AT 11 am at the Taconic Wayside Inn and throughout the day at the Depot Deli (both on Route 344)

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

The 2nd Annual
Copake Falls Day
Saturday, August 22 2009
Events starting at 9 am


* * * THANK YOU * * *

The Copake Falls Day Committee extends many THANKS to all of our supporters, participants and buyers!

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Copake Falls Town Wide Yard Sale

The map of registered participants for the Copake Falls Town Wide Yard Sale on Saturday, May 23rd is ready! Click here for map of yard sale participants. email us.