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Date(s) - 06/05/2014 - 06/08/2014
All Day

Historic US 68


The 400 Mile Sale celebrates its 10th Anniversary this year! Last year, the route actually expanded, so the 400 Mile Sale is now more than 400 miles!

Enjoy miles and miles of yard sales, garage sales, and specialty sales and discounts offered by antique shops and boutiques across the state. This 4-day sale includes great destinations to shop through and interesting sites and attractions along the route.

If you plan to have a yard sale during this event, plan to have it during the 400 mile  sale and please let us know your plans by e-mailing info@visitlebanonky.com or calling 270.692.0021. We need your name, mailing address and contact information (telephone and e-mail) and a summary of any unusual items you would like to sell . Also, if you would like to rent spaces to others for the Sale, we need to know this and we will help get the word out.

We will be posting your location below and on 400mile.com.

Please don’t hesitate to call if you have any questions. This is a wonderful opportunity and we hope you will participate. There is no charge to you to be included in this initiative.

For more information, visit 400mile.com. 


*1838 Campbellsville Hwy. – Vendor Space available. Just call and leave a message for call back. (270) 692-3398.


*Between Lebanon and Campbellsville. 1/2 mile off US 68 turn left at caution lighy if coming from Lebanon and right if coming from Campbellsville. Spurlington area community.


*124 E. Main St. Antiques, primitive stuff, 1932 westinghouse refrigerator, corn shellers, 100 yr. old quilting frame (pegged together), antique high chair, stroller sled, rocking chair, railroad lanterns, dinner bells, well pump, horse drawn cast iron implement seats, horse drawn plows, buggy lantern, wooden plow, 8 ft. cross cut saw, primitive wire stretcher, 1882, corn knives, luggage carrier for old car, old handmade willow furniture horsedrawn plow wrenches, primitive – all wood one man corn planter, old hay knives, old froe used to made tobacco sticks, fruit jars, bottles, many other items. Open up all 4 days.


130 East Main St. (502) 921-3969. Yard Sale next to Oscar Spalding. McCormick Deering cream separator, corn shellers, grinders, horse collars with mirror, mail pouch tobacco termometer, drink Nesbitt thermometer RR lanterns, tools, lawn mowers, cauldrons, wine barrel, milk can, glassware, piano stool and much more.


*65 Old Springfield Road. Friday Only 8 am – 1 pm. Clothes, shoes, housewares, infant-children clothing, male and female. Most items priced at $1. MHourigan@communicare.org


*4970 Danville Hwy (Hwy 68). Big Sale here multiple years. Several families set up here. Plenty of parking and merchandise. Also drinks, food and snacks with restroom available. (270) 692-4039.


4860 Campbellsville Road. Yard sale here/ Connie Shewmaker. Multiple years year setting up. 270.692.6328, Rugs, curtains, comforters, picture frames music & so much more!!!


*111 Taylor Drive. 3 family yard sale – lots of stuff: furniture, clothes (adult, teens & baby boy). Something for everyone.


*Lebanon Flea Market, 50 Sulphur Springs Road, $5 a day booth (10×16) will have restrooms and parking. TNT BBQ will also have food and drink for sale on site. Brand name clothes, antiques, household items, tools, knives and lots more.


*Gigi’s Dis & Dat, 3215 Campbellsville Hwy. (right on Historic Highway/Byway 68 near downtown)
Description: Antiques and collectibles, some used furniture. Vendors: Cost is $40.00 Thur. through Sun. Wed.is free set up. Bathroom for venders only. Excellent location with plenty of parking off the highway. Motor Homes welcome. junkit@windstream.net


*127 W. Main Street. Family Frame Shop – 270.692.2081. Sidewalk Sale. We will b e offering discounts on all of our stock merchandise and drastic markdowns on one of a kind and discountinued items.


* 288 Hundley Lane. Thursday – Sunday. Lots of home decor, seasonal decor, scrapbooking items, women, mens’ and baby boy clothing, baseball cards, infant and toddler toys, books and much more.


*380 Hundley Lane (less than 1/2 mile off Hwy 68). June 7 – 8 from 7 am – 2 pm. Multi-family sale, items include: dressers, wood splitter, mattresses, Plus size clothing, pool ladder, arm chair, jewelry, exercise equipment, screen for door, chainsaw, x-box games, and PS2 games and much more.MHourigan@communicare.org


*140 West Side Drive. All kinds of items, infant and toddler car seats, clothing, household items, handmade items, something from everyone.


*3215 Campbellsville Road. Excellent location, some shade and large parking lot. (270) 692-6289.


*478 W. Main St. (270) 4027555. Saturday & Sunday. Movies, playstations games, plus sizes clothes, boys clothes, furniture, & fudge.


*That Cute Little Shop, 160 W. Main. 10% discount during the 400 Mile Sale. Just mention you saw it online. (270) 699-2514.


500 East Main StreetJust Paws Inc. Booth – (US 68) (270) 699-5549. Fund-raiser for spay & neurter project. . Don’t miss this chance to help make a difference to our furry friends.


705 Main Street. Kroger – (US 68). Vendor spaces available for a donation to Crusade for Children $10 a day. (270) 692-3591.


French & Stokely Interiors, Inc. 211 West Main Street. Open Thursday – Saturday. Offering 20% off entire store (Excluding jewelry and Red Tag items). Also take an additional 10% off Red Tag items. (270) 692-4616. frenchstokely@windstream.net


1920 Danville Hwy (US 68), Mike & Marcia Morgeson. (270) 692-6307. Thursday – Saturday. full size brass bed, hardback & paperback books, elipitical exercise machine, 21 speed mt. bike, wooden gun cabinet, 100 yr. old corn sheller, dresser, clothes – all sizes, girls size 6, 7, 8 all kinds of cowboy vases, bowls, etc, antique push mower, old bottles and jars, new set of cookware, dishes, Gene Gray framed prints, pictures, fern & flower stands, lots more. We will also be having hotdogs, chips and sodas.


124 East Main Street. Home of Oscar Spalding. Thursday – Saturday. iron kettles, old ice-box, trunks, iron wheels, 50s table and chairs, daisy churns, kisseme jar and lots of old stuff!


W. Main Street, Junk & Treasures. Yard sale here. fancyrae2003@hotmail.com


Down Frogg Lane, 260 Frogg Lane, Raywick KY 40060. 270.692.9229 call for business hours


Lee’s Interiors & Antiques, 925 Sallie Ray Pike
(just off Historic Highway/Byway 68 near Hwy. 31E), Raywick KY 40060


Fannie Ethel’s Antiques, 137 Main St. (right on Historic Highway/Byway 68 in downtown)


Calvary Hill Antiques, 3455 Hwy. 208
Hours: Generally… Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Tues.-Fri. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Description: Old lamps, china & collectibles, a very interesting shop with an equally interesting proprietor. If the shop is locked, just go to her house next door and knock.


351 E. Main St.vendor space available $9 a day. Bathroom for vendors. Call to reserve your spot.
270-692-1517 or 859-481-5210. kygirl4545@yahoo.com


2485 Danville Hwy. Billy Graham (270) 940-0294. Rain or Shine! In garage. Minivan, Car, Lawnmower, boat & trailer, gas engines, canning supplies, men’s clothes, oversized trousers, jackets, lawntractor & tiller, bandsaw, grinders, handtools & electric supplies, handgun, lunch for under $3.


4860 Campbellsville Road. Friday – Sunday. 5 person hot tub w/20 jets, rocking chair & recliner, tool chest & tools, gym station, saddle and horse supplies, Owensboro corn wagon, antique doctor’s buggy, McCoy pieces and more antique glassware, 18 ft. swimming pool, gas jugs, Nascar collectibles, toddler boy & girl clothes and toys, 27″ sanyo TV, many more items that are not listed, rain or shine. Look for neon green signs. Can’t miss them!


5020 Danville Hwy (Hwy 68) – ANTIQUES, Shirley Osborne: 270.692.2919


55 gray st lebanon ky…. We will have women’s clothes all sizes, Little girls clothes 12months-3t, house hold items, shoes and purses.


Village Shop, 10 Aliceton Rd., Gravel Switch KY 40328
270.692.4248. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Description: Housed in an old general store, this shop features pieces created on the premises by the Gordon family. Visiting the store is a treat in itself but wooden figures and crafts line the walls and fill the old glass display cases. It’s a paradise for hand-crafted gift lovers.

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