GAGS was short for "Great American Garage Sale," a nightspot in Saranac Lake in the 1980s, in a derelict sash, doors and blinds mill and warehouse, J.J. O'Connell & Sons, near the railroad siding behind 125 Broadway.

In the late 1970s the building was converted to a nightclub called the Great American Garage Sale, and known as GAGS. The “garage sale” name came because it was furnished with old items that one could buy. It was big, two stories. On September 20, 1981 it burned down. Unassembled cure chair parts left in the building when the mill closed were salvaged and Ed Scharmer later used them to build three new/old cure chairs which were raffled by Historic Saranac Lake.