DURHAM, NH (November 30, 2023) - The New Hampshire PBS Holiday Auction is in its final week, and hundreds of holiday gifts are up for bid. Bidders will find tickets to ski adventures, certificates for dining at your favorite restaurants or that perfect, unexpected gift for a loved one on your holiday list. Bidding on items, generously donated by local businesses and NHPBS supporters, runs through December 8th.
“Our Holiday Auction has something for everyone — from a hands-on cooking school class at Tuscan Market to an acoustic guitar autographed by country music star Maren Morris. Other great finds include a kid’s electric balance bike to a signed limited-edition lithograph by Will Moses the Great-Grandson of Grandma Moses,” says NHPBS Auction Manager Diane LaRochelle. “And we have gifts certificates to popular restaurants, spa treatments, theater tickets and hand-crafted gifts and fine paintings from local artisans.”
Every bid goes right back into the programs and services you count on from NHPBS. All bidding is done online at nhpbs.org/auction, allowing bidders to browse, bid and buy from anywhere.
Lucky high bidders can enjoy:
• A stay for two at the Omni Mount Washington Resort
• Two round-trip tickets on Delta
• Dining and train ride aboard the Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train
• A gift card to the Seacoast Repertory Theatre
• An ATV or Snowmobile Rental from Northeast Snowmobile & ATV Rentals in Gorham, NH.
For a full list of items visit nhpbs.org/auction.
The final sell dates for bidding are on 12/3, 12/5, 12/7, 12/8. Selling starts at 8pm each of those nights.
Make sure you get your best bid in before the NHPBS Holiday Auction ends.
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