Mushrooms, birds and a sectional sofa at Habitat sale

A collection of sculpted birds was a standout at a preview of the 30th Habitat tag sale will begin with early bird buying on Friday night, Aug 9. Photo by Qunicy Cabot

If you like mushrooms, not the kind you can eat but the kind you decorate with, then you can find some at the Habitat for Humanity tag sale, which will be held this weekend in the athletic center at The Hotchkiss School.

As always, the sale is a not overly curated selection of odd and unexpected items, with everything from cut glass serving pieces to expensive china, cross-country ski boots, and pillows (lots of them). There are tables devoted to linens (table and bed), electronic equipment (outdated and fairly new). There is artwork, puzzles and toys.

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