35th Annual (2nd online) First Season Benefit Auction
Saturday, March 20, 8pm – Sunday, March 28, 8pm
Welcome the arrival of spring by joining us for the first night of First Season. We’ll be gathering at 7pm before the bidding opens at 8, to see friends, share an update on Tin Mountain and enjoy a preview of some of the wonderful items up for bid, and have a bit of fun. Gathering together has always been a part of First Season so we look forward to seeing you online at 7pm.
This year’s auction features many beautiful, handmade useful and unique items. Be sure to bid on the one of two gorgeous handmade chairs by award winning master craftsman David Douyard. Each chair is handcrafted from a single walnut log. The Berea armchair features a handwoven hickory bark seat and the walnut sidechair boasts a handwoven rush seat. A handmade bench, tables, shelves and child’s stool also await your bids. Need something to brighten your bedroom? Keep you cozy on the couch? We have a kaleidoscope of quilts in various sizes and colors. Over 300 items including everything from an electric toothbrush, to a handmade Gränsfors Bruk axe. We also have books, puzzles, and beautiful hand blown drinking glasses. Baskets are new this year and we have a spa basket to help you relax, a garden basket, a hiking basket and birding basket and more. Like to cook, bake, eat and drink – we have a basket for those as well! And the artwork! – Local artists have generously donated beautiful prints, exquisite paintings, inspiring photos and more. There are a lot of gift certificates as well for dining, golfing, skiing and more. Be sure to register and join in the fun at this year’s First Season auction.
Visit charityauction.big/2021firstseason to register for the auction. Need more info? Visit www.tinmountain.org or call 603-447-6991. All proceeds support Tin Mountain’s environmental education programs, field trips, and environmental research and conservation efforts.
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