2018 Yard Sale Listing

2018 Yard sales   most are not listed


1041 Rt. 7 Pierpont   Hot dogs, fries, pop,  restrooms  10am – 6pm

533    “                    “

5661 Hildom  ¼ mi. west of 7

Stillman St Andover

Arts and Craft Fair Methodist Church. Just south of Andover Square

7400 Rt 7   Williamsfield

8590 Rt. 7 Kinsman Across from ACE Hardware  Large sale for Girl Scouts. Hot dogs, baked goods

Octogon House Rt 7 – Main St. Kinsman  ( many sales through town)

Market Square on the square Kinsman Fresh Local Produce

6345 Rt 7 Vernon

6230  “                “

Badger School Large trunk sale Take drive to right to behind building   Food & restrooms

Vernon at Rt. 88 Church sale, Food Boot drive for Fire Dept.

2135 Rt. 7  Burghill-Hartford

Hartford Center at Rt. 305    Food

7242 Thompson Sharpsville Rd.  Brockway Antiques

7001 Tamarack Rd. Hubbard

Tamarck Rd. and Rt. 7  on corner

2133 Price Rd. Hubbard

2134 Stiver  Hubbard

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Yard Sale Map

map 2017

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60 mile yard sale

Sat. Sept. 1, 2018 will be our 4 annual 60 mile yard sale. It will run from Hubbard to Conneaut in the towns along Rt. 7.

To be on the email MarketSquare@ymail.com or call 330-876-3178 from 10am to 6pm. Maps will only be online this year.

Badger School will have it 1st annual Trunk and Treasure Sale from 9 am to 3 pm. restrooms will be available.  7119 State Route 7, Kinsman, OH

The Pierpont Fire Dept. will have food and restrooms. Sales and raffles. On Marcy rd.just east of 7 in the middle of town.


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We are working on our 2017 Brochures.  We will have more content on the website this year.    Call Don at 330-876-3178 or mktsqkinsman@gmail.com for more information.

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We have some surprises in store for this year. Check back.

I might add, I was named the very first “Member of the Year” by the Trumbull County Visitors Bureau, which they noted was a unanimous decision. I am sure the success of Tour Route 7 was a part of their decision.

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We are on TV


Channel 27 news covered our 60 mile yard sale. It appeared that Tour Route 7 is just a yard sale. Channel 33 may have coverage, too.

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A new feature this year will be Traveling the Underground Railroad.  We will show where there were verified stops and related points of interest.

We will be adding geocache locations this year.  Basically people use their GPS units to find hidden “caches.”  All caches have location numbers and some have trinkets to trade.  Go to http://www.geocaching.com/  for more information.  People who find all the caches on Rt. 7 will win a coin.

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Sun. August 5, 2012 Warren Tribune Editorial

Route 7 shows off businesses

August 5, 2012
Editorial Board (editorial@tribtoday.com) , Tribune Chronicle | TribToday.com

Reader response to a recent Tribune Chronicle story provides some encouraging, anecdotal evidence that there is a future for local mom-and-pop businesses in Trumbull County’s small towns.

Twenty-one businesses on Route 7, between Interstate-80 and Lake Erie, have organized the Tour Route 7 co-op to entice travelers to skip Route 11 in Ohio and Route 79 in Pennsylvania. Before those major freeways existed, Route 7 was the main north-south thoroughfare in Trumbull and Ashtabula counties. The promotional efforts include a brochure and website that already has attracted a noticeable increase in visitors.

The Route 7 businesses are nothing like those found in the popular, suburban malls and strip plazas. These are in quaint communities like Andover, historic centers like Kinsman and nostalgic downtowns like Hubbard.

For example, the Market Square store in Kinsman is the largest used bookstore between Columbus and Buffalo. It houses one of the last working soda fountains in Ohio.

Another example is the Alcraft Egg Artistry in Brookfield, the only place from here to the East Coast where customers can purchase Faberge-style eggs.

There’s also the Sisters of the Heart Gift Shop in Burghill, a tiny, fragrant house where candles, handmade rugs and purses and red-white-and-blue home decor are sold.

The Downtown Coffee Cafe in Hubbard is a place that provides a family room atmosphere for customers to sip drinks, eat a meal if they wish, and hold quiet conversation.

Despite the popularity of chain stores, the Tribune Chronicle’s Route 7 story generated an unusually high number of reader responses, all of it favorable. People had this to say:

I can not wait to go see all of it.

Nice story, I am going to stop in . . .

Maybe we’ll have to take a trip out there. Cool article, change of pace around these parts.

I’d much rather the money I spend stay in the local community and benefit honest hard working folks trying to earn a living and support their families. If my business can help provide a job for someone else, so much the better. Main Street America can be the best investment any of us can make. Let’s get Main Street open again!

I am going to find one of those brochures and take a road trip!!!

I am glad the Trib ran this article, maybe it will do some good for the small towns.

There’s a lesson here for others, especially the aesthetically striking downtown Warren. These readers’ comments reflect a nationwide sentiment, and a nationwide movement. It falls under a specialized field called placemaking. Bruce Katz, founding director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, recently told the New York Times that placemaking is happening across the country.

These business owners have made Route 7 a place, a destination, an attraction, much like those who promote the River Rock at the Amp concert series are trying to make downtown Warren a place.

But in both instances, more can be done. Many Route 7 businesses opted to not participate in Tour Route 7. Many downtown Warren businesses close their doors before the throngs scurry to the Saturday night rock concerts.

People support small-town America. They support family-owned businesses. They have an affinity for nostalgia. Route 7 is proof.

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Tour Route 7, Get Close To Heaven

Still America’s Main Street

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Tour Route 7 made the front page of the Warren Tribune today.   Click above.


Kid’s FREE Fishing Derby August 4 & 5   Ages 2 to 15   Casting Contest and kayaking on Sun.    www.pymatuninglake.com

Thursday Glenda and Don were on Conneaut AM with Pat Williams to talk about TR7.  Photos to follow.  The Warren Tribune is interviewing Don on Mon.

We made the front page of the Ashtabula Star Beacon on Thursday July 6th

We have all of our advertisers listed.  We will be loading maps, links and more events soon.  Look for our photo section. Try to find where the pictures were taken. Our website is informative only

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