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About Our Auction
The Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir is pleased to announce our third Dragons' Treasures Online Auction. This year we have dozens of excellent items available, from fine wines and amazing artwork to exhilarating experiences!
There’s never been a better time to support the VWMC, and all proceeds from the auction will benefit choir programming, development, our charitable initiatives and more. Thank you for your support!.
Now, how to get started? The first thing you need to do before you can start bidding is you need to register your account. To “CREATE AN ACCOUNT” to participate in the bidding process is super easy!
Just click on "View All Items" in the green rectangle box under our graphic to the left.
Then, click "create an account" in the yellow rectangle box.
Fill in the brief account form. Voila! You're registered! You will receive an email confirmation right away. Now you're ready to start bidding!
Prefer to make a financial donation instead to help support our choir? No problem. Just hit the green" Donate" button in the top right corner under our graphic, fill in your donation amount, hit the "Pay Now" button, then scroll down, and choose your preferred method of payment. Quick and easy!
About Vancouver Welsh Men's Choir
The Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir is an acclaimed Celtic choir that enjoys performing a wide repertoire of traditional and contemporary choral music. Almost sixty members strong, we have moved many audiences over the years with the unique and powerful resonance of our voices singing in four-part harmony.
Our performances reflect our Celtic heritage, but we enjoy stretching the boundaries of tradition to be inclusive of new music and the broad range of ethnicities that comprise our choir. Motivated by a shared passion to create music that is warming, resounding and infectious, we enjoy having fun with music, with each other and with our audiences!
2 Waterford Whiskey Decanters and Glasses
Baby Quilt "Bear Hug"
Child’s Alphabet Quilt
Artwork by Artist Anne-Marie Mulligan