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The annual 127 Yard Sale, which stretches 675 miles from Hudson, Mich., to Gadsen, Ala., will draw thousands of visitors to Anderson County starting Aug. 4-7.
Described in a news release as the world’s longest yard sale, the 127 corridor yard sale began as a means of getting drivers off the interstate and on the roadways of rural and America. The event, celebrating its 24th anniversary this year, is always held the first Thursday in August through the first Sunday, Aug. 4-7.
Visitors can find vendors selling a variety of wares, from furniture to collectibles to antiques to food.
The Eagle Lake Convention and Expo Center, which begins its sale July 30 and goes through Aug. 7, serves as the official Kentucky location and offers hundreds of vendor spots, parking and indoor restrooms.
In addition to the US 127 sale, they will be hosting two public auctions, one on Saturday night at 6 p.m., and one on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m.
Along with Eagle Lake, local vendor locations extend well into Salvisa, at the Methodist church and north into Franklin County. Adequate parking is available at most bigger locations but is forbidden along US 127 as well as the bypass through Lawrenceburg.
For those interested in buying a booth for the nine days of sales, contact the Eagle Lake Convention Center at 502-680-0862.