Sat. July 5, starts 8:00am
During “Chemainus Giant Street Market”

silent auction

Corky Baines, Richard Krentz, & David Whittles (click to expand)

UPDATE: You may bid by email, if you cannot make the auction in person.  We now have a Gallery Page showing some of the items (other items not shown), and will be updated periodically.  We also have a Silent Auction brochure in pdf format with more information.

Early morning start to the Neighbourhood House Fundraiser.  Art works include handmade Afghan, First Nations carvings & sculptures, local Youth Mural prints. Includes a Garage Sale with many items on the other side of the fire hall.  Other activities, including a Salmon Lunch and raffle tickets for handmade quilt. The lunch includes salmon, salad, bun, and drink for just $10 (or $7 for kids under 12).

Open 8:00am at the Old Chemainus Fire Hall across from Waterwheel Park, 9796 Willow St., Chemainus, BC.  The event is part of Chemainus “Giant Street Market“, where you will find food, entertainment, and many artisan exhibits.

Silent Auction items include (but not limited to):

2 tickets to Chemainus Theatre’s “Over the River and Through the Woods”
$25 restaurant vouchers for Odika, Owl’s Nest Bistro, and Dayliner Cafe
Wood boxes with prints by the late Richard Krentz, First Nation artist
Etchings by the late Corky Baines, Coast Salish artist (who carved the Rick Hansen totem)
Paintings by local artists, including David Whittles
local Penelakut First Nations carvings (wolf and eagle)
Painting by Roger Kemble
Festive Collector Plates by Hutschenreuther, Germany
Youth Mural prints (13″ x 19″) on fine art paper
Various jewellery items (see brochure & gallery)
Solid Oak Table & chair set
Solid Oak display cabinet
Sweet Delight, Twisted Sisters & Chemainus Health Store gift baskets
Glass decorative plate
and other items

Why support your local Neighbourhood House?

The Cowichan Neighbourhood House is community resource and youth centre in Chemainus BC, providing free educational and recreational activities for families and youth, as well as free resources to those in need. We run many events and activities, but our regular ones include: daily Youth drop-in, daily Adult & Family drop in, Free Store (free clothing, household supplies, etc), healthy food classes, pre-school literacy, new immigrant literacy, daily soup & bun, and special activities such as workshops, and cultural events. We also provide emergency social services and referrals for neighbours experiencing crises, such as a house fire, homelessness, unemployment, and other hardships.

We also operate joint projects and share our resources with over 20 partner organizations to address community needs and interests.


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