Tag Sale lovers in Greater Hartford should save the date for Congregation Beth Ahm’s Giant Tag Sale. The popular annual event will be held indoors and outdoors on Sunday, June 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 362 Palisado Ave. (Route 159) in Windsor – rain or shine. Admission is free.
“This tag sale includes hundreds of items from dozens of families – all in one place,” says Marla Adelsberger, the tag sale’s coordinator. “People will find furniture including a futon, electronics, sports equipment, jewelry, toys, appliances, housewares, and books. We also will feature gently worn clothing and unusual items such as a musical organ.”
Congregation Beth Ahm welcomes Jewish and Interfaith families from throughout Greater Hartford, including Bloomfield, East Windsor, Windsor, Windsor Locks, West Hartford, East Granby, Suffield, Enfield, Granby, Manchester, Simsbury, South Windsor, Ellington, Tolland, and Vernon.
The Contemporary Conservative congregation is led by Rabbi Alan Lefkowitz. Windsor’s only synagogue is beginning its seventh decade of service to North Central Connecticut. It was created by 16 families in 1951 and initially was known as The Jewish Community of Greater Windsor. In September 1960, it opened its doors in a newly built synagogue on 362 Palisado Avenue. Today, the congregation’s religious school offers small classroom religious school for children as young as age 4, through Bar and Bat Mitzvah studies, through adult education.
For questions about the Tag Sale or information about any events, religious school or services, call Congregation Beth Ahm at (860) 688-9989 or visit www.congregationbethahm.org.