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  1. Fri May 14

    2021 Citywide Rummage Sale If you are in an at-risk health situation, you may want to avoid this year’s citywide sales Residents hosting sales should hold them in open areas, preferably outside, and gatherings of customers should be kept to a minimum Common spots, like display tables, should be constantly cleaned with alcohol- or bleach-based cleaners Remember that items at garage sales are not cleaned in the same professional fashion as customers would expect at retail stores, so anyone participating in this year’s ga...
  2. Sat May 15

    2021 Citywide Rummage Sale If you are in an at-risk health situation, you may want to avoid this year’s citywide sales Residents hosting sales should hold them in open areas, preferably outside, and gatherings of customers should be kept to a minimum Common spots, like display tables, should be constantly cleaned with alcohol- or bleach-based cleaners Remember that items at garage sales are not cleaned in the same professional fashion as customers would expect at retail stores, so anyone participating in this year’s ga...
  3. Sat May 15

    Conservatory Annual Plant Sale Taylor Conservatory & Botanic Gardens hosts its annual plant sale, featuring unique perennials and annuals and gently used garden items. Garden groomers available to answer questions.
  4. Sat May 15

    Grand Re-opening of the Taylor Veterans Museum The Taylor Veterans Museum has moved to its new suite in the Media Center building, located where the old courthouse was located in the middle of the City Hall Campus. This event is hosted jointly by the City of Taylor and the Taylor Museum Commission. This two-hour ribbon cutting and open house takes the place of the annual Armed Forces Day Celebration this year, because of concerns over the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The museum, previously located in City Hall, has been closed his March 2020...
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