Tag Sale for Project Most

The Hampton Racquet club in East Hampton will host a tag sale to benefit Project Most’s summer learning program on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The enrichment program is a hands-on, interactive initiative for kids in prekindergarten through eighth grade, held at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in East Hampton during July and August each year.

Susan Hanley, who was recently appointed development director of Project Most, described the program as “a great opportunity for kids to really do things over their summer break.” Activities include organic farming, cooking lessons, dance classes, and reading and math instruction. This year, a double-Dutch jump-rope specialist will visit to teach kids a few tricks.

Saturday’s tag sale, Ms. Hanley said, will be a fun family day with bargains on items such as a unicycle, bongo drums, furniture, toys, and artwork. “Everyone will walk out with something,” she said.

In addition, there will be face painting, artisans selling their handicrafts, children selling homemade lemonade, a raffle drawing, and a silent auction featuring artwork donated by East End artists.

Hampton Racquet is at 172 Buckskill Road. Admission to the tag sale is free.