WARRENSBURG, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Whether you’re looking for a new old sweater or a few packs of Pokemon cards, Warrensburg is a great place to look this weekend.

The so-called World’s Largest Garage Sale returns this weekend, with the town’s main and side streets already buzzing with vendors by the hundred on a sunny Friday afternoon. The Warrensburg Chamber of Commerce is expecting over 500 vendors this weekend; some local, some traveling far.

And for some, like St. Cecilia’s Catholic Church, the chance to sell a year’s worth of donated goods on Main Street constitutes one of the biggest fundraisers of the year.

The townwide garage sale offers everything from clothes and toys to antiques and knick-knacks, all for a reasonable price.

Although anyone is welcome to try and find a parking spot in town, those spots are limited. Parking is offered nearby at the Warren County Fairgrounds, with shuttles traveling between there and town every 20 minutes.

This week in your North Country Report:

The Adirondack Council is calling for work to be done to halt and prevent erosion on trails in the Adirondack High Peaks, which they say is taking place due to poor choices in where those trails were blazed by hikers who couldn’t have known how popular hiking would become.

CDPHP Cycle! has had a fast-pedaling debut summer along the Warren County Bikeway, with the CDTA reporting this week that over 1,000 rides were logged among 24 bikes stationed in Lake George, Glens Falls and Queensbury. The most recent four bikes were stationed at SUNY Adirondack.

The North Creek Witches Dance; Adirondacon tabletop gaming convention; and more.