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Click below for a list of auction items  – a few more to come!

HARVEST AND HARMONY SILENT AUCTION

This year the WRLF’s fall fundraiser will feature an evening of seasonal fare prepared by local chefs and music from area musicians, and of course the fabulous silent auction.                 Music with Mike Quinones, Karl Mullen and Oxen of the Sun, and Wintergreen Trio.  Food prepared by Gramercy Bistro, Hops & Vines,  Deborah Gallagher Catering,  Wild Oats and Clarksburg Bread Company.

Auction preview with Buy Now opportunities Wednesday September 10 at 5:30 PM.

invite seasonal fare

Dinner for 4 at Gramercy Bistro – Mezze Food Truck party – use of Sheep Hill for a party – Fine wine – Cheese and Beverage tasting in your home – Clark HD Opera series tickets – WTF tickets – Ramblewild Adventure – Hoosic River raft trip – guided Birdwalk and Breakfast   – East Mountain Farm gift certificate – Float plane ride – handmade art and craft – a week at a Forida Beach House – and more!!

 

A beautiful salad bowl from Peterman’s Bowls and Boards who uses local wood                                                Value $70, Minimum Bid $45


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Can’t get to this year’s WRLF fundraiser, or want to beat the crowd on your favorite auction item?  Come to the Harvest and Harmony auction preview on Wednesday September 10 from 5:30 – 7:30; Buy it Now opportunities!

Click here for a list of auction items! HARVEST AND HARMONY SILENT AUCTION

 

 

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Sheep at Sheep Hill

Following the success of Goats in the Woods at Pine Cobble, sheep will be returning to Sheep Hill in September as a lead up to demonstrations, dinner and a speaker on Saturday September 27th.

Learn how grazing can be a part of conservation management, and enjoy a succulent mutton dinner prepared by Wild Oats.  Speaker Gary S. Kleppel, Professor of Biological Sciences and Director of Biodiversity, Conservation & Policy Program at the University of NY at Albany and an expert in emerging and sustainable agriculture will be the speaker.  Pasture walks, weaving and spinning demonstrations and fiber information, too!  More details to follow!

Come see the sheep anytime!

 

 

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