SAPSA Fall Festival and Silent Auction 2017

START
02
October 2017
06:00 AM CDT
END
06
October 2017
07:00 PM CDT
RAISED
$11,865.50
GOAL $15,000.00
79.1% To Goal

About Our Auction

The St. Anthony Park School Association (SAPSA) is back, hosting our school's annual Fall Festival and Silent Auction!

Online bidding starts Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, 6 am and goes through Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, 7 pm. To bid you must create a 32auctions account. Go to Login > Create an account now.

One of the exciting features of an online auction is that, if we need to, we can keep the bidding open longer for items that didn’t receive bids. Items that did not receive a bid, along with Great Gatherings that did not fill up, will continue to be available for online bidding through Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, 10 pm.

The silent auction web site for extended bidding is: https://www.32auctions.com/SAPSAAuction2017extended

This is a community event and fundraiser for St. Anthony Park Elementary School (SAP). This year’s goal is to raise $15,000! Invite your friends and family to the festivities at the school on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017 from 5-8 and share this auction's URL so that everyone can see and bid on the amazing items up for auction.

Auction items will continue to be added through Monday, Oct. 2nd. These items have been generously donated by area businesses and SAP community members. (Thank you!!!) Be sure to check out the items labeled Great Gatherings. These are “Buy Now” items – they’re great opportunities for you and your children to participate in events that build a great SAP community. You may also make monetary donations without bidding on items by clicking the green Donate button.


About St. Anthony Park School Association (SAPSA)

SAPSA is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization that supports, encourages, and enhances the learning at St. Anthony Park Elementary School by providing enrichment activities, such as: field trips to environmental learning centers, art museums, planetariums, theaters, and artists-in-residence programs to its elementary students (K-5).

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