The Auction is APT’s largest fundraiser of the year.  The money raised is used to fund scholarships and grants from the community such as binoculars and maker materials for classrooms, wood shop equipment, travel stipends for faculty training, and in-house faculty retreats and writing workshops.  

Many items offered at the auction also provide a great way to connect with other Arbor families throughout the school year through gatherings, learning opportunities, events for the kids, and unforgettable experiences.

Please consider donating a gathering, vacation home, season tickets to a sporting or theater event, or creative and professional goods and services.  We greatly appreciate donations from our older students, so please also ask your children to consider donating items such as lawn care, babysitting, pet sitting, or hosting a small party for younger students.

Questions?  Please contact Auction chairs Alison Colman (usalison@yahoo.com) or Linda Brecke (lsbrecke@gmail.com).

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

12:00 Shuttle bus begins

12:30 Registration Opens

Auction, Country Store & Raffle

Silent Auction (Arena)
12:30-5:00

Country Store & T-Shirt Sale (Music West)
12:30-5:00

Book Sale (Arena)
12:30-4:30

Annie Ross Raffle Baskets (Arena)
12:30-3:30 Display
3:30 Drawing
*purchase tickets at information booth

Gathering Center Viewing
1:00-2:30

Entertainment:

Children’s Booths and Primary Store (Outside)
1:00-3:00

Surprise Live Entertainment! (Arena)
3:00pm

Kim Schneiderman Family Concert (Intermediate Classroom)
4:15pm

Soccer games, all welcome! (On field)
4:15-5:00

Food & Drink

Tastebud Farm Lunch (Canopy)
12:30-4:30

Wine*/Beer (Canopy)
12:30-4:30

Ploughman’s Lunch (Beer & Wine Table)
12:30-2:30

3:45 Desserts and Coffee (Canopy)

*A special thank you to A to Z Wineworks/REX HILL, Remy Wines, Sokol Blosser Winery, Hawkins Cellars, Hopworks, Victor-23 Craft Brewery, and Sam Tannahill & Cheryl Francis, Remy Drabkin & Laura Pedroni, Javier Zamora & Alison Blosser Zamora, Thane Hawkins, Jesse & Megan Lea, and Bryan Ward for their generous donations.