Saturday, November 3, 2018
4:30 to 9 p.m.
Remember your donations help support our
Your ticket includes admission, bid number and dinner.
In response to feedback from previous auction winners, we are offering an improved check-out process. The new process is outlined on the NIGHT OF THE AUCTION page. We hope this new process will help everyone to enjoy the evening with no long lines to wait in!
We are again selling commemorative wine glasses. Glasses are $15 each and need to be pre-ordered from this website and will be passed out when you check-in on the night of the Auction. (A limited number of glasses may be available for sale on the night of the auction.)
We will have a Sweets Table and for a $2 donation, you can have your pick of dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth.
The guest-favorite Basket Raffle will be back for a second year. For $1 you can purchase a raffle ticket for any of the baskets that have been donated by the various church committees and groups. Names will be drawn during the Live Auction. Winners must be present to win.
We will be serving complimentary wine at the Libation Station to those who are 21+ years old. (Don't forget your ID.) Each person may have up to 2 glasses of wine. Wine will be served in small plastic cups, however if you'd like, you can use your commemorative wine glass.
If this will be your first time attending the auction or first time hosting a party or event, please read the Goods and Services Auction Newbie Guide located below.
Be sure to like us on Facebook to keep up on the latest additions to our Auction.
Please consider offering a service, hosting a party or event, donating a hand-made, new or like-new item. Our goal this year is $35,000. Please help us meet this goal!
Your Auction Committee is so excited for this year's Goods & Services Auction.
Lyndi Sprietsma, Kelly Huggins, Martha Capo, and Chris Cable
Fundraising, Fellowship and Fun!
The Goods and Services Auction is
the church’s largest (non-canvas)
annual fundraiser. The auction takes
place the first Saturday in November.
Funds raised at the auction are a
critical piece of the operating budget
for DuPage UU Church.
On the lighter side, the auction is a
fun social event. It’s a time to spend
the evening with church friends
and enjoy entertainment and
fellowship. Many church members
fill their yearly social calendar
with parties purchased on the
night of the auction. Events offered
for auction foster fellowship and
service to one another throughout
Your Auction Committee, Lyndi Sprietsma, Kelly Huggins, Martha Capo, & Chris Cable can be reached at email@example.com.