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Martha Stewart Is Hosting a Tag Sale in Westchester This Weekend

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Ready for a shopping experience like no other? Martha Stewart’s charity event will take place on her Katonah farm on April 23 and 24.

Longtime Westchester resident Martha Stewart is back in the spotlight after announcing “The Great American Tag Sale” last week. The two-day event —Stewart’s first-ever “tag/garage/yard/estate/get-rid-of-it sale” — is set to take place at her farm in Katonah this weekend. Proceeds are earmarked for the Martha Stewart Center for Living at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Over her long career as a businesswoman and TV personality, Stewart, 80, has amassed a vast and varied collection of what she deems “wonderous” items; she will be offering curated selections of these items at the tag sale. “There will be something for everyone at the Great American Tag Sale,” said Stewart in a recent Instagram post advertising the event. “I’m selling thousands of items — furniture, tableware, kitchenware, textiles, lighting, bedding, rugs, vintage, antique, lightly used, and so much more…Get ready to find some treasures!”

 

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The event starts on Saturday, April 23, at 10 a.m. and will wrap up at 5 p.m. The second day will start bright and early at 9 a.m. and will again run until 5 p.m. The days are divided into specific timeslots, with participants needing to select their desired times upon ticket purchase. The tickets themselves range in price, depending on time, with early-bird tickets for Saturday morning costing $250 and latecomer tickets for Sunday evening costing only $25. Regardless of when they plan to arrive, all ticketholders are encouraged to come 15 minutes early, to account for parking, check-in, and transportation delays.

The Martha Stewart Center for Living was founded on Manhattan’s Upper East Side in 2007 and expanded to a second location in 2019. Its mission focuses on innovating the care provided to older adults. Stewart says this is a very personal cause for her, citing her mother, who lived a very active life up until age 93, as her source of inspiration.

 

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Eventgoers must bring their own shopping bags, packing materials, valid ID, and vaccination card along with their tickets. Those who are eligible for booster shots must receive them to be considered fully vaccinated for the event. Delivery will not be provided for the items, but there will be movers available for hire at the event for anyone who buys large or cumbersome items.

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