May Tag Sale

Location: The Life-Long Learning Center
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Free Admission
Early Birds, Friday only, 8 to 9am, $10 admission
Sponsored by the Noble Horizons Auxiliary

Be sure to save the dates of Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19 for the semi-annual Book, Jewelry and Tag Sale sponsored by the Noble Horizons Auxiliary. This popular event attracts people from throughout the region—from antique dealers to book lovers and bargain-hunters. The event will be held in the Learning Center at Noble Horizons from 9am to 2pm. Admission is free on both days. However, Early Birds pay $10 for admission from 8 to 9am on Friday only.

In addition to hundreds of hardbound and paperback books, there will be a wide variety of china, glassware, linens, furniture, and household items. The jewelry selection has been expanded and includes many colorful beaded necklaces for the summer.

Donations are greatly appreciated. Please bring donated items (sorry, no clothing or electronics) to the front desk of Noble Horizons by April 15. All proceeds will be used to enrich the lives of Noble Horizons residents.

Watch for information about the second yearly tag sale taking place September 7 and 8.

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Cancellation:
Occasionally, events may be cancelled due to inclement weather or other conditions beyond our control. In that case, we will make every effort to update our website and contact registrants.

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Official photographs made at the event may include you as a subject and could be used in future editorial and promotional contexts in print and electronic media. Images will not be identified using full names without written approval from the individual. Please notify Noble Horizons staff if you would prefer that your photo not be used.

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