Last Saturday afternoon, it looked like just every inch of Downtown Medina had something for sale.
The Medina Main Street Sale and the nearby Great Hill Country Pumpkin Patch attracted lots of people to the small town to enjoy the fun and purchase goods from a variety of vendors.
“Every six months, the Medina Main Street Sale is a giant Community Garage Sale that doesn’t cost vendors any money to set up along the road with early folks getting the best spots,” said Craig Knight, Board Member and firefighter with the Medina Volunteer Fire Department, which uses the event for a fundraiser.
Don Moore and his daughter Denise Meyers may have been the luckiest of vendors.
“We got here early and a good place,” Moore said as he organized some of his items, including old music records.
“The records usually sell for 25 cents each. A man came early to our location and bought 75 records for $75. After that we knew it was going to be a good day,” he said with a smile.