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Chairs are lined up waiting to be sold at a tag sale of furniture and other goods from the old Williams Inn.

Old Williams Inn Furniture, Goods to be Sold at Benefit Tag Sale

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Coffee makers and holiday decorations also will be sold this weekend.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The remaining contents of the former Williams Inn will be sold in a three-day tag sale held on Saturday, Nov. 9, through Monday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 1090 Main St.

The indoor sale will feature items such as full- and king-sized bed sets, dressers, nightstands, desks, TV cabinets, sofas, tables, chairs, flat-screen TVs, clocks, lamps, luggage racks, iron/ironing boards, linens, office furniture, mirrors, rugs, microwaves, hotel service carts, maintenance items, dishes and glassware, decorative items, pictures, coffee pots, electronics, and much more. 

There will be large quantities of many of the items as well as unique, one-of-a-kind items, all priced for quick sales. A 50-percent off clearance event will be held on the final day of the sale, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Hotel/motel owners interested in purchasing larger quantities of items should contact the event organizers in advance of the sale.

The sale is hosted by the ABC program and the Mt. Greylock Nordic Ski Team, with proceeds from the event to benefit several area nonprofits. The contents and use of the former Williams Inn have been donated by Williams College.

For more information, contact 413-663-4881 or send an email.


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