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About Our Auction
Kicked off by a $25,000 donation from Shirli Flack, the Merry-Go-Fish public art project is raising money for a 2019 expansion to Possibility Playground, the accessible playground in Port Washington's Upper Lake Park. The 25 wooden fish were cut and routed by the shop classes at Port Washington High School and were given to 25 area artists. The finished art pieces have been on display in Port Washington businesses since June 2018.
How to Bid: Click on the Green "View All Items" Bar on the left or on the bottom of the page to see all 25 fish. Open an account or sign in. Click on individual fish to view more information and place a bid.
Auction ends at Noon on October 20, 2018.
About Possibility Playground
The Merry-Go-Fish project is raising money for an expansion to Possibility Playground, the accessible playground in Port Washington's Upper Lake Park that was built by more than 2,500 volunteers over the course of a week in 2008. The expansion designed by Play By Design will be installed in 2019. New items to the playground include Wheelchair accessible Merry-Go-Round, Loch Ness Monster Entry, and Court House Clock Tower.
We Need Your Help! Built 10 years ago entirely with donated funds, materials, and labor, Possibility Playground is now in need of improvements. We need the help of local businesses and caring individuals like you to make it happen.
Merry-Go-Fish # 10
"Postcards from Home"
Merry-Go-Fish # 7
Merry-Go-Fish # 9