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About Our Auction
Don't miss the perfect photo opportunity! Your child has been practicing for this magical moment for weeks. He or she looks for you longingly in the audience, but can't find you. Dejected he or she wonders if you made it.
Why? Because your meeting ran late, you got stuck in Beltway traffic, couldn't find a parking spot, and had to sneak into the last pew just after the first act. Aunt Suzy from Dallas is texting you for live photos, but the former college basketball star seated in front of you poses interference. Your wife is seated somewhere up front but you don't dare interrupt the action (because of course saving seats is frowned upon in a production of this magnitude), so there you are stuck in the peanut gallery. Hey, at least you may get to the punch bowl and cookie platters more quickly, right?
Don't let this happen to you. Bid now for one of two first parent row pews* at St. Bartholomew School's production of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on Tuesday, December 19 at 7pm. Take your time getting to the pageant knowing 2 reserved parking spaces and an entire first row pew is awaiting you and your guests.
Parent pews are located just behind the PK-2 student section, approximately 4 rows from the stage.
Winning bidders may "sub-lease" or share the package with another family, but please be aware that only 2 parking spots are available per package. Each pew holds approximately 8 adults.
Proceeds from this auction will benefit St. Bartholomew School, where we are committed to offering an excellent Catholic education to all. In 2017 alone, we provided over $65,000 in tuition support. Your tax deductible gift today is an investment in the future.
About St. Bartholomew School
St. Bartholomew School is a nationally recognized Blue Ribbon Catholic school in Bethesda, MD serving families with children in grades PK-8.
Our diverse community of engaged teachers, administrators, clergy, parents, and students are dedicated to creating a warm, inclusive learning environment where children develop meaningful relationships to themselves, to the Holy Father, and to each other.
Our annual Christmas Pageant is a longstanding tradition that represents this mission. Join us on Tuesday, December 19 at 7pm to re-discover the true spirit of Christmas in our production of "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Reception to follow in the Church Hall.