CCYC 11th Annual Art Auction was held Saturday March 30, 2019 at
Jasper Winery 2400 George Flagg Pkwy Des Moines, IA 50321
Because of the money that we have received from generous donations we have been able to do some amazing things at CCYC. This year we are working towards having enough funds to replace our classroom doors that were originally installed in 1955. We are also hoping to update our security doors, replace some sinks and countertops in our classrooms, and replace the entrance doors. In the past years we have been able to update our windows, install window guards, make update to our playground and our gym, replace carpets, repainted, funded our dance and Spanish classes, and update our classroom tables and chairs. Your generous donations help make us great!
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC SO BRING YOUR FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, AND RELATIVES – THE MORE THE MERRIER. THERE IS NO ADMISSION FEE. JUST GRAB A GLASS OF WINE OR A BEER & HAVE A FABULOUS EVENING OF BIDDING ON FUN AND UNIQUE ITEMS TO SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE!
Silent auction from 6:00pm – 7:30pm with a live auction to follow. Free Hors d’voeuvres and live music help make the evening memorable. Cash wine and beer bar as well as raffle tickets also available.
There is something for everyone. Some items start auctioning for as little as $5. Including farm fresh eggs – always a popular item!
Silent auctionitems include art work from local artisans, gift certificates from local businesses, hotel stays, tickets to shows, photography, spa packages and more.
Live auctionitems include art work created by 2 through 11-year olds, artwork from local artists, and items from local businesses.
Photos from the 11th Annual Art Auction
Guest were able to enjoy some appetizers, drinks, and conversation along with bidding on seventy-six different packages during the silent auction. Guest also were able to enjoy some music by Sam Miller.
The Catering Company made some delicious food for us to enjoy throughout the event.
These art pieces are one-of-a-kind creations made by the children in our classrooms. Guests were able to bid on these pieces during our live auction.