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Have you heard of the “60-mile Garage Sale”?   If you love garage sales this is the weekend you’ve been waiting for!  The 60-mile garage sale starts in downtown Hubbard and runs all the way up State Route 7 to Conneaut.  This event takes place over Labor Day weekend, September 3, 4 and 5, from 8 am to 3 pm each day.  Residents that live on (or close to) State Route 7 who wish to list their garage sale with the Trumbull County Tourism bureau and have it listed on their map may do so by visiting their website www.ohioroute7.com.

Are you a resident, non-profit organization, or business that does not reside on or near State Route 7 but would like to participate in the garage sale? On Saturday, September 4th from 8 am – 3 pm Brookfield Township will be making available 12 x 12 spaces for rent on our Green for just $10. 

Even though this weekend is designated towards garage sales, you don’t have to limit your sale on our green to just the garage sale theme.  Have you planted a large garden and found yourself with an overabundance of produce? Come sell it!  Were you bored this past year during the pandemic and spent your stay-at-home time being crafty and have a ton of home-made crafts you need to get rid of?  Come sell it!  Would your non-profit want to host a bake sale for fundraising? Come on out!  Are you a new (or established business) in Brookfield Township that would like to advertise your business by setting up a table to let the public know who you are, what you offer and where you are located?  We have a spot for you!  By setting up on the Green you are in a prime location to get plenty of visitors to your sale as everyone who is out looking for a bargain or good sale has to drive right past the Green.

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Ronald Haun

Ronald Haun

A life-long resident of Brookfield Township. He graduated from Brookfield High School in 1977 and attended Youngstown State University. Ron...

Gary Lees

Gary Lees

Trustee Lees is a life-long resident of Brookfield Township. He received a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice attending both Penn...

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