A small online auction will be posted throughout April. It will be open for bidding April 17 and will close on May 5.
This year, in lieu of an auction, we decided to mark our 40 years of progressive education with a party. But we did bring back some of our most popular items to have a little bidding fun. We hope you enjoy.
We welcome everyone's participation in this online auction.
Donations may be tax-deductible if beyond the value of the item. Please check with your tax advisor for details.
The Wolf presents French-forward California cuisine, featuring creative reimaginings of Brasserie dishes and ingredients, like Coq au Vin and escargot, and using the freshest locally-grown produce from the Farmer’s Market each week. Lunches include hearty sandwiches and meal-worthy salads. Dinner unfolds in courses as desired, paired with a thoughtful collection of local draft beers, artisanal specialty cocktails and an extensive international wine list. Located right here in the Temescal neighborhood!
Donated by the Oto Family
Katy, first grade teacher here at Park Day, has a hidden talent-ballet dancing! She is offering a special ballet class for up to three kids (so parents you can go together on this bid) either in your home or in the Great Room here at Park Day School. Date to be arranged by mutual consent. This very special offering is sure to make your child's day.
Donated by Katy Ailes
Artisanal, handmade cocktails, made by
nationally-renowned Mixologist (and Park Day parent) Michael Cecconi.
These cocktails are available on your schedule, simply serve chilled or
over ice. Three 750 ml bottles make for a perfect dinner party for 10.
This is a cocktail that begins with roasted pumpkins, pureed and
strained with a host of locally-sourced spices to make our own pumpkin
liqueur. The final drink adds notes of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and
clove to the classic Manhattan.
The Dark Knight
A thoughtfully-balanced update to the classic Negroni cocktail,
the Dark Knight features my own homemade vermouth, perfectly balanced
with Campari, Aperol, and gin. The sour of vinegar and pink peppercorn
is tempered by the sweetness of brown sugar and bing cherries.
Chamomile Old Fashioned
In a 72-hour process, I infuse bourbon with loose-leaf
chamomile tea. This is carefully combined with an assortment of bitters
and locally-sourced honey.
More information: www.mcmmixology.com
to eight kids can join Jeff Allen (MS Math) and Augie Valdez (MS
Athletic Director) for an evening of fun, bowling and pizza at Albany
Bowl, June 3, 2017. Jeff is serious about the bowling piece...he has his own
Saturday, June 3, 2017, 5:00 PM-7:00 PM