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Brews and bids set for Saturday at SHCA auction

Posted by Danielle Anthony-Goodwin on April 23rd, 2014

sunsetSunset Hill Community Association (3003 NW 66th St) is set to host their annual silent auction this Saturday, April 26, from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

The event titled “Let’s Meet at Sunset” provides an opportunity for locals to sample local brews and bid on some fantastic items.

The night is set to be filled with entertainment from a boogie woogie and blues pianist. Local breweries including Hilliard’s, Stoup and Maritime Pacific will also have their brews on hand for locals to sample at the event.

The items in the silent auction were donated from local businesses and SHCA members and include a gas grill from Sutter Home & Hearth, tickets to 5th Ave Theatre shows, climbing lessons at Stone Gardens and gift certificates for local restaurants REI and Annie’s Art & Frame. Click on the image above to check out the list of auction items.

The funds raised from the auction will go towards the purchase of a new energy efficient gas furnace for the historic SHCA building that was built in 1929. The local organization hosts community workshops, classes and events in the building that may be rented for community events, parties and weddings.

Admission to the event is free and a $15 donation will cover six brew samples for guests over the age of 21.

Click here to find out more information about both the event and the SHCA.

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