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Community raffle and silent auction

Silent auction

Come bid on items in the Commons all week long, and at Carnival on Saturday.

Auction item 1
Curated dining experience

• Dinner for four with beverage pairings at Bayberry Garden

Value: $600
Starting bid: $300
Minimum bid increments: $25

Bayberry Garden is a restaurant in Providence inspired by a love of modern English gardens and grounded in the idea of cultivating a space that resonates warmth and joy. Featuring evolving menus full of passion, whim, and creativity, Bayberry Garden takes pride in working with local farmers, thoughtful winemakers and honest brewers.

Auction item 2
An elevated personal bar

• O & G 'The Perfect Little Drink Stand’ solid turned ash base with salt pond stain, charcoal leather insert. 9.5" diameter 20" height

• Set of 4 Mamo classic silhouette glasses

• Curated selection of aperitivi and elegant NA beverages Vergano Vermouth Bianco, Jules Theuriet Pamplemousse Liqueur, St. Agrestis Phony Negroni

Value: $660
Starting bid: $325
Minimum bid increments: $20

The classic Mamo silhouette is designed to hold 7oz (20.7cl) on top and 2oz (5cl) on the bottom. It is the perfect multi-purpose glass and can be used in a multitude of ways. The smaller side can be used as a measuring jigger for your favorite cocktail, or a cup for an aperitif or glass of sake. The larger cup holds a pour of wine nicely and is the perfect companion for a sophisticated cocktail. All Mamo glassware is made of borosilicate glass which is safe for hot liquids and use in the microwave and dishwasher. At Mamo we believe that the pleasure of drinking from a beautifully designed piece of glassware should always be accompanied by a sense of playfulness. We invite you to use our multipurpose and multi hued glassware as tools to explore, experiment and create. It’s playtime anytime! 

O&G Studio designs and manufactures furniture that defies time and tradition, including the most extensive and evocative line of hand built Windsor chairs on the market. With a commitment to honor and build upon American design traditions, we look to the past for inspiration and reinvent the classics for contemporary living. O&G is currently led by Creative Director and Co-Founder (and current Gordon parent!) Jonathan Glatt who lives and works in Warren, RI. Jon leads a team of 27 with a growing portfolio, which includes a full range of seating, tables, lighting, decorative accents and hardware, all built by our skilled team right here in our Rhode Island Factory.

A vermouth, a neon hued liqueur and amazingly delicious non alcoholic cocktails - the start of a perfect bar set up! Mauro Vergano, everyone’s favorite Italian vermouth wizard, uses only the finest ingredients, and his cupboard is full of herbs and spices sourced locally and from around the world. Jules Theuriet is a sixth generation family firm with deep roots in Dijon and a long history producing the traditional liqueurs of the region. This radiant grapefruit liqueur will prove one of the most versatile liqueurs in your repertoire with a profile that leans into the bright, bittersweet and refreshing acidity that makes the fruit famous. St. Agrestis produces natural spirits and cocktails in Brooklyn, NY. Made from organic herbs, spices and citrus using old world methods, St. Agrestis is for the modern drinker. The Phony Negroni is non-alcoholic with nuanced juniper, citrus, and floral notes - it drinks with the same bitterness drinkers of the classic cocktail expect, sans alcohol. 

Auction item 3
Picnic experience

• NAMU Zartan Woven Cotton Blanket, woven in peach and lavender 100% cotton yarns at the Weaving Mill in Chicago, and finished by hand in Providence, RI. 61" x 82"

• Hawes Fine Foods picnic basket with a curated selection of sundries, spreads and snack

• $25 gift card from Twenty Stories Book Store

Value: $600
Starting bid: $300
Minimum bid increments: $25

NAMU Future is a design project led by founder (and current Gordon parent!) Jungil Hong. NAMU offers limited editions of life goods born of experimentation and imbued with color. We find fresh feeling through collaboration, innovating through form, surface design, and material construction across clothing, accessories, and home goods. Our practice is exploratory, and grounded in the belief that art can move more closely into our lives, adding pleasure to even our most routine moments.

NAMU centers on handcrafts like weaving, dying, knitting, and throwing, and the element of touch is the core of our project. NAMU keeps our supply lines short and traceable. All of our dying, printing, weaving, and knitting happens in house or in collaboration with our partner artists and artisans. This means production happens at the speed of life, and sometimes even inside our own homes.

Hawes Fine Foods is a purveyor of fine foods and provisions on the East Side of Providence run by conscientious connoisseur (and Gordon parent!) Pam Hitchman. At our small shop we offer unusual tasty pleasures from local businesses and providers from all over the world. We have a well curated selection so you can learn and try new things without having to leave Rhode Island. Hawes has an array of seasonal items, everyday staples and gourmet classics so you can stop in to prepare for dinner, a picnic, a day on the boat or find unique gifts for your family and friends. 

Twenty Stories is a thoughtfully curated indie bookstore on the East Side of Providence highlighting contemporary literary voices. Every month, owners and founders Alexa Trembly and Emory Harkins hand-select twenty titles to feature in their store, including works of contemporary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. 

Auction item 4
Mind and body care

• Yvette Koch Acupuncture Treatments: initial evaluation and two follow up sessions

• Providence Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu three months unlimited membership 

• Rare Form Pilates package of five Reformer or Tower classes

• Bodhi Spa gift card valued at $100 

Value: $970
Starting bid: $500
Minimum bid increments: $25

Dr. Yvette Koch (a current Gordon parent!) has worked in private practice and at Providence Community Acupuncture and Traditional Eastern Medicine. She maintains a compassionate, gentle practice specializing in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.

Providence Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu offers world-class adaptive jiu jitsu instruction for all genders, ages, sizes, and abilities: from beginners to international competitors. All levels, from brand new to jiu jitsu all the way to black belt are welcome at any of our classes.
Our facility is modern, welcoming, and fun (and air conditioned!). Our goal is to be a positive place for the entire community, offering jiu-jitsu and martial arts training in a beautiful, supportive space. Providence BJJ has a mission to center queer, trans, non-binary, women, and POC individuals and families while providing world-class jiu jitsu training with social and spiritual grounding. 

Rare Form Pilates is a classical Pilates studio in downtown Providence offering group and private instruction. Pilates is a flow-based, core-centered exercise system that strengthens and stretches simultaneously, making it an extremely efficient full body workout. The apparatus, originally designed by Joseph Pilates, utilizes resistance to strengthen without impacting the joints. The body is worked evenly, correcting imbalances and preventing future injuries.

At Bodhi Spa, our mission is to offer a rejuvenating health experience either solo or with loved ones. Our unique facility offers the art of detoxification through hot mineral baths, infrared and electric saunas, aromatherapy steams, cold plunges, organic based skin care and more, to showcase your beauty through health.

Auction item 5
Unexpected landscapes

• Theresa Ganz ‘Untitled (Paper Empires Series) 2020, Archival inkjet, collage on panel, 20"x16"
• Wild Arc Lemon of Pink
Value: $2,200
Starting bid: $450
Minimum bid increments: $50

As traditional photography feels too passive for artist Theresa Ganz (a current Gordon parent!), she instead manipulates her photos to create hand-cut photographic collages. In order to explore themes of romanticism, artificial nature, and man's relationship to the environment, Ganz prints photos of plants and landscapes, adding a hand element by painting on them and carefully cutting away the background. Inspired by her interest in the history of landscape painting and landscape photography, along with the vast, seemingly endless nature of the landscape, Ganz aims to create pieces that immerse viewers within the environment rather than remove them as merely distant spectators. Ganz's work strives to depict a stylized model of nature, thus allowing these organic compositions to come into contact with the sublime.

Ganz has shown her work in several solo exhibitions at galleries including the Evans Contemporary in Peterborough, Canada, Bell Gallery at Brown University in Rhode Island, Steven Wolf Fine Art in San Francisco, and Diego Rivera Gallery in San Francisco. Additionally, her work has been included in countless group shows nationally at galleries such as the Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago, Open Aperture Gallery in Newport, Rhode Island, Aqua Art Fair in Miami, Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco, and internationally at the Datz Museum of Art in Seoul, Korea. In 2015 she was awarded the ArtSlant Prize, Humanities Research Fund Award, and MJR Projects in Residence.

Wild Arc Farm is in the Hamlet of Pine Bush, “The Gateway to the Gunks,” in the Mid-Hudson Valley. The Hudson Valley has been at the heart of New York State's food production for hundreds of years. It is also home to both the oldest and the longest continually operating wineries in the United States. We believe that the granitic soils of the area and the Atlantic and Catskills influenced microclimates can grow world-class wines. Lemon of Pink is Wild Arc’s first Botanical Spritzer! Piquette and Riesling as the base, fortified with a bit of grape spirit and infused with Lemon Basil grown on the farm and foraged Sumac. The botanicals were infused directly into two tanks of the base wine for 3 months before being strained out and blended. The wine was then bottled with organic wildflower honey and bottled to referment. 

Auction item 6
Wearable art

• Lindquist Faba in Solar, Lindquist Akira Wallet in Ultramarine

• Joseph Brooks lapis lazuli, pyrite and onyx necklace, natural stones hand knotted on 18" necklace with sterling silver closure

• Elyse Allen cashmere gloves 

Value: $700
Starting bid: $350
Minimum bid increments: $20

Lindquist Object is a luxury leather design and manufacturing studio based in Providence, Rhode Island. At Lindquist, we are committed to the creation of pieces that are timeless, that transcend trends and are intended to age with grace. Our designs are clean and architectural, drawing on a vocabulary of natural forms and prioritizing structural integrity and functional precision. We use exclusively vegetable tanned and naturally dyed leather in finishes that we develop in collaboration with a 100-year old family run tannery — artisans who share our respect for the social, economic and ecological considerations inherent to this work. We believe that our objects should last generations, and we know that to hand them down with pride to those that follow, we all need to produce and consume in a sustainable and ethical way. 

The jewelry of current Gordon grandfriend Joseph Brooks embodies sensuality and strength, handcraft and raw beauty, the bedrock and punk rock. With an interest in stone properties and energies, from tourmaline to spirit quartz to black onyx, every piece in his extensive line highlights the true essence of each handpicked stone. Drawn initially to American turquoise which is difficult to find in a world of mostly fake and dyed stones. He finally located a mine in northern Arizona whose owners have been operating and producing spectacular turquoise since 1962. These stones inspired Joseph to begin designing a jewelry collection featuring this signature Southwest stone. The collection has grown over time and now includes over 70 different natural undyed gems and crystals.

Elyse Allen Textiles is a small homegrown knitwear studio located in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico. Elyse and her team design and produce cashmere accessories in a spacious loft in a green community full of artists, yoga studios, perfume designers and generally good people. We carefully knit, wash, felt, steam, finish, block, hand sew, meticulously seam, embellish, and painstakingly make each piece by hand with love. Everything that comes out of the studio is made with care and made to stand the test of time. We believe in wasting nothing and caring about everything.

Auction item 7
Rhode Island food tour

• Pizza Marvin $100 gift card and shirt

• Glou $50 gift card

• Ceremony $25 gift card

• Oberlin/Gift Horse $100 gift card

• Broadway Bistro $50 gift card

• Coffee beans of your choice and two travel mugs from Bolt Coffee

• 1 lb coffee beans and mug from Borealis Coffee

• Set of 3 Turncoat Ciders and honey from Fox Hill Farm in Jamestown 

Value: $535
Starting bid: $250
Minimum bid increments: $20

Pizza Marvin is a modern day House of Pizza located on the top of Wickenden Street in Providence’s Fox Point neighborhood. The nostalgic menu features handmade pizzas, shucked clams, fresh salads, and other local specialties.

Glou is a new neighborhood bar in Fox Point.

Ceremony is an independently owned cafe and tea house focused on bringing customers a unique experience. Our offerings include Asian inspired beverages, tea ceremony, pour overs, sake mixology, and traditional Asian pastries & snacks. 

Oberlin is a cozy spot with an open kitchen serving seasonal small plates like handmade pastas, local vegetables, sourdough breads & lots of Rhode Island seafood. Sister restaurant Gift Horse is set to open in late Spring 2023. The tongue and cheek saying from which the restaurant borrows its name should offer a preview to the eccentric, playful tone the team hopes to achieve. Gift Horse will have a strong focus on local shellfish, seafood, and daily catches from New England waters.

Bolt is a specialty coffee roasting company based in Providence, Rhode Island. Focused on bringing people together and sharing our love for coffee and people.

Borealis Coffee Company connects people with great coffee. We’re a specialty coffee roaster in Riverside and Pawtucket, Rhode Island and we’re passionate about coffee. 

Turncoat! ciders are made from 350-year old Fox Hill Farm in Jamestown, RI, stewarded by owners Jeff Boal and Abby Jenkins. The saltwater farm originally belonged to the family of Benedict Arnold, a rather notorious figure in early American history. Employing 16 heritage cider varieties—including Golden Russet, Ashmead’s Kernel, Harrison, Arkansas Black, Whitney and Roxbury Russet—Turncoat! farms organically and follows low-intrusion fermentation techniques to add great character to their small-batch production.

Auction item 8
Play, observe and create together

• An amazing assortment of Hasbro toys and Thames and Kosmos kits

• Gather Glass hand blown glass art classes for 2 people

• $50 gift card from Books on the Square

• Family 4-pack Climbing pass from Rock Spot

• 8 RISD Museum passes

• 2 signed books from Rachel Hulin

Value: $750
Starting bid: $350
Minimum bid increments: $20

Hasbro Toys includes toys and games including action figures, arts and crafts, creative play products, fashion and other dolls, play sets, preschool toys, plush products, sports action blasters and accessories, vehicles and toy-related specialty products, traditional games, and other consumer products.

From science experiment kits to board games to craft kits and magic sets, Thames & Kosmos products offer wholesome entertainment and engaging education experiences for people of all ages. 

Gather Glass is a studio of creators who make glassblowing a memorable experience for everyone, located on historic Federal Hill. 

Since 1992, Books on the Square is the independent bookstore in the heart of historic Wayland Square. We are Providence's convenient independent bookseller.

Since 1998, Rock Spot Climbing has provided unforgettable experiences for climbers of all ages and ability levels. Whether you are new to the sport, or a seasoned climber, our gyms are warm and inviting. 

The RISD Museum believes that art, artists, and the institutions that support them play pivotal roles in promoting broad civic engagement and creating more open societies. 

Rachel Hulin is a writer and photographer, and current Gordon parent! Her personal essays and writing about photography have appeared in Rolling Stone, Nerve, Radar Magazine, Huffington Post, and The Daily Beast. Her photography book, Flying Henry, was released by PowerHouse Books in 2013, and novel Hey Harry, Hey Matilda was published in 2018.

Auction item 9
Big flower energy

• Brian Chippendale: Megaflora Colossus

• Judd Schiffman ceramic vase

Value: $475
Starting bid: $200
Minimum bid increments: $20

Brian Chippendale is an American musician and artist (and current Gordon parent), known as the drummer and vocalist for the experimental noise rock band Lightning Bolt and for his graphic art. Chippendale is based in Providence, Rhode Island. Brian plays an assortment of drums usually decorated with prints he makes himself.

Judd Schiffman is a Providence based artist (and current Gordon parent!) working primarily in ceramics. His work investigates the relationship between objects, identity, culture, and psychological inheritance. Schiffman makes ceramic objects derived from family heirlooms, personal mementos, and historic artifacts. In the studio, he explores the simultaneous ritualization, and indifference of the souvenirs that compose an individual’s life experience. Schiffman has lectured at Brown University Hillel and Harvard Ceramics, and participated in residencies at the Zentrum Fur Keramiks in Berlin and Arch Contemporary in Tiverton, Rhode Island. He received his MFA from the University of Colorado in 2015, and his BA from Prescott College in 2007. He has exhibited his work nationally, and in 2016, received an emerging artists award from the National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts.

Auction item 10
Wine study

• Curated wine selections of six bottles of wine.

• A rooftop tasting at Eno Fine Wines in downtown Providence for two. 

Value: $300
Starting bid: $150
Minimum bid increments: $15

Curated wine selections by Kat Cummings, local wine wizard (and current Gordon parent!) to start your exploration of the world of terroir. 

ENO Fine Wines & Spirits is a neighborhood shop specializing in unique & organic wines, artisanal beers, specialty spirits, and genuine sake. Our inventory includes a diverse array of exceptional value wines and spirits through traditional, high-end and rare items.

Auction item 11
The Spider and the Wave

• Jungil Hong’s Hair and Drawers silkscreen prints

• Custom framed in your choice of hardwood by Jackson Morley 

Value: $525
Starting bid: $250
Minimum bid increments: $20

Jungil Hong is a Rhode Island based artist (and current Gordon parent!) who compares her practice to the work of a spider that weaves many webs, moving flexibly between projects as she connects the disparate threads to find the story in the jumps.

Jackson Morley is a Rhode Island based artist (and current Gordon parent!) who compares his practice to sine waves. Jackson designs and fabricates custom architectural metal and woodwork at his studio in Olneyville.

Auction item 12
Family photography session

• Thirty minute family portrait session with photographer Angel Tucker at a location of your choice within thirty minutes of Providence. Digital files provided.

Value: $300
Starting bid: $150
Minimum bid increments: $15

Angel Tucker (current Gordon parent!) holds a BS In photography from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School Of Public Communication, and a MFA in Fine Arts from the School Of The Museum Of Fine Arts Boston.

Auction item 13
Pool party at Agawam Hunt Club

• Host a summer pool party for a total of 10 people on a mutually agreed upon date (Monday-Friday) during the summer of 2023. Included with your fun in the sun is a hosted slider bar & french fries station and ice cream sandwiches.

Value: $850
Starting bid: $350
Minimum bid increments: $25

Agawam Hunt is a family-friendly, private sporting club located on 130 wooded, riverside acres in Rumford, RI, just over the river from Providence's East Side. 
Officially founded in 1897 as a fox hunting club, the club is known as an exceptional sporting club in Southern New England. Since its early years, Agawam has evolved - with our active membership - into the club it is today - a welcoming sporting club that meets the needs of today's young families while honoring its long history and revered traditions. 

Auction item 14
Squash equipment and lessons

• Two squash racquets, goggles and two professional lessons at the University Club

Value: $700
Starting bid: $250
Minimum bid increments: $20

Current Gordon parent Vijay Chitnis is a squash instructor at the University Club in Providence. During his youth, he was a top ranked Canadian junior squash player and All-American college athlete. As a freshman at Brown University, he names was Athlete of the Year. These experiences formed the very core of who Vijay is as an individual. Vijay believes that sports have the power to change lives. Following college, he was the Head Squash Coach at St. Lawrence University where he successfully bid, organized and raised funds for the 2004 NCAA Championships. Wanting to bring his passion and organizational skills to a national audience, he joined US Squash, the national governing body. During his time there, he created, developed and executed their first fundraising campaign for young athletes. Additionally, he organized multiple large-scale international sporting events including the largest junior squash tournament in the world. He attended and raised funds for the national team traveling to the 2007 Pan-American games in Rio. In his last year at the organization, he participated in the Chicago 2016 Olympic bid, engaging in conversations about how we might bring the sport of squash to an Olympic level. Vijay also developed US Squash’s High-Performance training model in conjunction with the United States Olympic Committee.

Auction item 15
College counseling sessions

• Five hour of professional college counseling for a rising high school senior 

Value: $1,500
Starting bid: $350
Minimum bid increments: $50

Elise London, current Gordon parent, has 18 years of combined experience as an independent school Director of College Counseling and an independent college counselor. She is happy to offer a rising high school senior (& family) (class of 2024) 5 hours of support as they move through their college application process. This could include forming and balancing an appropriate college list; brainstorming, writing and editing college essays and supplements; and, considering the ways to help a student make their Common Application "less Common." While she is not a financial counselor, she can help families understand the timelines and vocabulary associated with the college financial aid process. She lives in Providence and would be happy to work with a student in person, or over zoom, in the summer or early fall of senior year to help a student and their family navigate this complicated, but exciting, journey!


Community raffle

Take a chance on something wonderful! Raffle tickets are for sale in the Commons after dropoff every morning this week, and during Carnival. Buy tickets, mark them with your name and phone number, and place them in the cans marked with the prize you want. Tickets are 
$2 for one
$10 for six
$20 for fifteen

Item 1: Personalized camp experience

Enjoy a personalized camp experience with a few friends for a morning or afternoon of camp activities. Water slide? Crafting? Your choice!

Item 2: Miss Frizzle experience

Join Miss Frizzle (Ms. Langham) for a reading of one of her adventures on the Magic School Bus! Afterwards, we will have the chance to "take chances, make mistakes, and get messy!" with a fun project related to the adventure! 
The winner can decide on the theme (planets, plant science, etc.) and invite up to four friends.

Item 3: Birding in the woods with Ms. Roterman

Join Ms. Roterman along with two of your friends at her favorite nature spot, Caratunk Wildlife Refuge in Seekonk, and look for birds. This is Ms. Roterman’s favorite activity!

Item 4: Make Arepas con queso y chocolate with Srta. Carrillo

Love the movie Encanto? Join Srta. Carrillo along with five max of your friends to make delicious arepas con queso and chocolate!

Item 5: Tour of Magic Tree Vermicast

Come visit Rhode Island's largest worm farm Mr. Gillen! The tour includes interacting with the worms, learning how large amounts of food scraps are processed into a high quality soil amendment, and possibly operating equipment. (Maximum 5 people)

Item 6: Learn basic backstrap weaving with Sra. Benitez 

Join Sra. Benitez and learn how to make a belt or friendship bracelet while getting to practice your Spanish!

Item 7: Big Feelings ice cream and sorbet - $20 Gift Card

Enjoy Providence-based, uniquely-crafted ice cream and sorbet. Delicious!

Item 8: Meet the Pizza Picasso of Rhode Island

Pizza artist Eric Palmieri, with Lily (Ms. Palmieri) as assistant, will lead a make-your-own pizza art experience for a family or small group of students. Eric's demo pizza can be a simple image chosen by the winner.


Item 9: Fossil garden experience with Ms. Martindale

Your child and a friend can join Ms. Martindale in a fantastical fossil adventure in her garden.


Item 10: Tie dye with Ms. Sluss 

Feeling creative? Bring a friend and join Ms. Sluss for t-shirt design with a combination of tie-dye, and gems to add on for extra dazzle! Bring a plain t-shirt each and leave with a spectacular addition to your spring and summer wardrobe!

Item 11: Design a ceramic plate with Ms. Tonsgard

Express your creative side! Design a ceramic plate with Ms. Tongsgard. The winner can bring along three or four friends for a design session in Ms. Tonsgard’s classroom.

Item 12: Dogs and donuts with Dr. Thomas López and Mr. Rodney

Dr. Thomas López and Mr. Rodney will open their backyard to a Gordon student and five friends, along with all of their dogs, for ninety minutes of furtastic fun and frollicking out in the sun. Donuts and drinks will be provided for the kiddos, water and treats for the doggies, and coffee for the grown-ups!
Notes: 6 students and 6 dogs total. Dogs must be both human- and dog-friendly. Students must be accompanied by at least one adult.

Item 13: Zoo excursion with Mr. Terry

Explore your wild side at the Roger Williams Park Zoo with Mr. Terry. Meet Mr. Terry at the Zoo and enjoy an afternoon of wonder and animal encounters! Admission is for one child. 
Caregivers that plan to attend must purchase admission.

Item 14: Pamper yourself!

The winner will enjoy a collection of Lumene skincare products. All Lumene skincare products are fully vegan and contain up to 99% naturally derived ingredients.

Item 15: Pickleball experience

Heard of pickleball but don’t know how to play? This experience is for you! The winner will enjoy a 1-hour lesson for up to four adults a pickleball set ($100 value) complete with 4 pickleball paddles, 2 outdoor balls, 2 indoor balls, 1 pickleball bag, and 4 grip tapes.
Paddles donated by 5th grade parent Karen Isenberg and lesson donated by 2nd grade parent Greg Knight.

Item 16: Capoeira lessons with AMP Academy Athletic Movement and Parkour

Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that incorporates music, dance, self-defense, and acrobatics. Come check out a class and immerse yourself in the capoeira culture! 
Kids and adult programs available.


Item 17: Memories last longer with a picture by Seagreen Photography 

Winner is entitled to (i) a one-hour child or family photo session for up to five persons in the greater Providence, Rhode Island area and (ii) a minimum of forty digital images from such session. Photography prints are available for purchase, but no purchase is required.

Item 18: Trinity Rep tickets

Add a little drama to your life! The winner will receive a voucher for two tickets for the first two weeks of any performance in the 2023-2024 season. 
Saturday evenings are excluded.


Item 19: Taste and explore

The winner and 3 guests will enjoy: 4 beer flights, 4 glasses, and a private tour of the Pawtucket location.

Item 20: Hand-crafted custom earrings and necklace

Beautifully hand-crafted modern geometric porcelain earrings and matching necklace inspired by life on the coast.


Item 21: Hand-crafted wood cutting board 

Take your cooking skills to the next level with this custom, one-of-a-kind cutting board.

Item 22: $100 gift certificate

Delve into authentic Greek and American cuisine and be amazed.

Item 23: Custom cake topper and sign by Pine, Oak and Ash

Have a birthday celebration or graduation in the near future? A custom cake topper and sign is what you need. The winner is entitled to one cake topper and two signs.
Made by our own Ashley Lima.

Item 24: Jump for joy at Skyzone!

The winner will receive a pass for a 5-person 60-minute jump with socks.


Item 25: Live on the wacky side

Glasses by Peàn Doubulyu
Winner will receive a set of 4 glasses from the Peàn Doubulyu Wackie Ware collection. 
Generously donated by alum parent Liz Pannell (Mr. Graham’s mom!)


Item 26: Hand-made gator scarf

The gator scarf is back! Lovingly crafted by Grandfriend Barbara Kemp, this scarf is a vintage Carnival item.