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Silent Auction

Bid on art, books, wine, birding equipment, outings, and vacation rentals.

Silent Auction

The Silent Auction is a popular part of the Festival. In 2015, the more than 250 items up for auction netted nearly $25,000. Donations from businesses, members and supporters, as well as many artists featured in the Festival, round out the wonderful variety of auction items offered each year.

If you are a winning bidder, congratulations! Click here for information on picking up your item.

Would you like to donate to the Wild Arts Festival Auction?

Nature-related high quality art, framed photographs, pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture, wood carvings, wine, and items of interest to naturalists such as bird houses, bird feeders and binoculars are welcome. Gift Certificates to restaurants, book and outdoor stores, nature trips, guest house stays, and theater tickets are very popular. We request that all donations be in like-new condition for acceptance in the Silent Auction. Each item must be accompanied by a completed donation form. You can download this form here

If you have questions or items to donate, contact Marilyn Scott at mswestlinn@comcast.net or 503-722-8136. You can drop off your donation at the Audubon office after October 1. All donations must be received by November 12.
 
Be sure to mark Saturday and Sunday, November 19 and 20 on your calendar, and plan to visit the Wild Arts Festival at Montgomery Park from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The auction is a two day event​ and will close at 3 p.m. on Sunday.  Winning bidders can pick up up their items between ​4​ p.m. and 6 p.m. at Montgomery Park on Sunday. Winners will be ​notified after the auction closes on​ Sunday. Be sure to tell your friends!  For the latest news about Festival happenings, follow us on Facebook.

Silent Auction banner - Anna Campbell
Silent Auction banner - Anna Campbell
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