Looking for extraordinary one-of-a-kind items this holiday season? Bay Street Theater
& Sag Harbor Center for the Arts is hosting a Virtual Holiday Silent Auction that will encompass a variety of incredible collectible items and experience packages.
There will be a VIP presale with buy-it-now items that is open to Bay Street
Theater Patrons and Subscribers starting Thursday, November 19, through Saturday, November 21. The Virtual Holiday Silent Auction will open to the public on Sunday, November 22 and bidding will culminate on Tuesday, December 1, or Giving Tuesday, a day held in support of a global generosity movement.
"This year's silent auction features so many exciting items and experiences for people to bid on!" relayed Bay Street Executive Director, Tracy Mitchell
. "Items such as a Vespa
scooter, tickets to see Billy Joel
in concert, a signed guitar from Jimmy Buffett
, yachting excursions, travel packages, local tours, and so much more!"
Typically the year-round, not-for-profit professional theater and community cultural center's auction is held in-person during the Theater's annual summer soiree. However, the star-studded 29th annual Starry Night Gala Telethon was presented virtually.
The Virtual Holiday Silent Auction will feature a plethora of spectacular goodies provided by several notable names, including Billy Joel, Jimmy Buffett, Betty Buckley
, Melissa Errico
, Ben Vereen
, Alan Zweibel
, Omar-Lopez Cepero and Arianna Rosario. There will also be exclusive local items, such as gift baskets, gift certificates, and original artwork, as well as items courtesy of Barton & Gray Mariners Club, Air Hamptons, American Hotel
, Hampton Motorsports, AgeFocus Med Spa, In Home Sag Harbor, Unlimited Earth Care, and Viking Cruises.
Bids may be placed around the clock, daily. Those interested in placing a bid, must register.
For more information, visit www.baystreet.org.
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