Things to Do – Editor’s Picks: Annual tag sale expects 150 vendors to kick off Daffodil Festival in Meriden

Things to Do – Editor’s Picks: Annual tag sale expects 150 vendors to kick off Daffodil Festival in Meriden



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MERIDEN — The community will be able to browse over 100 tables filled with a variety of items during the annual Daffodil Tag Sale Saturday.

“It’s one stop shopping,” said Mark Zebora, Daffodil Festival committee chairman. “We have people come back every year.”

The tag sale begins rain or shine at 9 a.m., under the festival tent in Hubbard Park. If the weather allows, amusement rides will be open with wristbands for sale.

Zebora said 150 vendors are expected.

The tag sale started about 10 years ago as a way to make use of the tent before the main festival began. A few options were tested out before the tag sale launched and became a popular event.

Vendors sell everything from vintage toys and unopened appliances to old postcards and furniture.

Spaces are still available under the tent. Anyone interested can sign up with the online form.

Refreshments like coffee, hamburgers and hot dogs will be available.

More information can be found by calling 203-238-1315

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