The town of LeRoy once again had a hit on its hands with its town wide garage sale and vendor day on Saturday. The pancake breakfast kicked things off early on Saturday morning, and by 11 am all the vendors had rolled in for their local business displays. Crafts of all types, baking, home goods and other merchandise were all part of the indoor display at the arena.  

Outside, just adjacent to the rink was the street car show. Again, a variety of vintage trucks from the 40s and 50s, souped up street rods from the 70s and 80s, and some more modern sports cars lined the curbs of the show area. 

Among the busiest areas was the Humboldt Ink and Cuts and Shaves by Gupit Pinoy, both with lines of patrons.  

Humboldt Ink’s Leo and his colleagues were busy with flash tattoos at their well-equipped booth. Proceeds from Leo’s work are bound for a former Humboldt family who has befallen multiple tragedies in the past couple of years.  

Enjoy the sights of another successful community wide day at LeRoy.