Barn sale tradition continues in Dublin
By MEGHAN PIERCE
Union Leader Correspondent | July 28. 2013 9:55PM
"You can find old stuff and brand new stuff," said antique collector Amy Lowell of Greenfield at the decades-old barn sale Saturday.
She and her partner, Rick Wible, have had a booth at the barn sale for the past seven years.
It's also a time for visiting with friends, Wible said.
"What we like about (the Yankee Barn Sale) is the number of people that come through," Lowell said.
"I came to buy some trinkets and I walk away with, how long is this, this four-foot long military hardware," he said.
"I'm still not sure what I'm going to do with it, or where I'm going to put it, or why I bought it," he said smiling, indicating he's still very much a satisfied customer.
"It started 32 years ago. It actually started way, way back when we had our own in-house book publishing division," she said.
She took over running the barn sale in 1990 after the company downsized, closing the in-house publishing and the public relations departments.
"We consider it a multi-family yard sale," Clukay said.
"It's a great community event. And it's like old home day, you see people you don't see the whole rest of the year, but you run into just about everybody here," Clukay said.