DURHAM, NH (November 15, 2022) - The New Hampshire PBS Holiday Auction has gifts in stock for everyone on your holiday gift list. Proceeds support NHPBS, and all bidding is done online, allowing you to browse, bid and buy from anywhere. Bidding on hundreds of items, donated by local businesses and NHPBS supporters, runs through December 5th.
“Our Holiday Auction is just bursting with perfect one-of-a-kind gifts this holiday season — from a remote car starter to ski vacations and movie tickets to gift certificates to your favorite restaurants. The best part of the Holiday Auction is, we have the items in our warehouse, and you don’t have to worry it your gift will arrive in time,” says NHPBS Auction Manager Diane LaRochelle. “If you are a local artist or business who wants to be a part of the NHPBS Holiday Auction, we are still taking donations that will help us reach our goal.”
The NHPBS Holiday Auction is a fun, hassle-free way to find gifts for everyone on your holiday gift list, and every bid goes right back into the programs and services you count on from New Hampshire PBS. Lucky high bidders can enjoy a private hands-on cooking class with Mary Ann Esposito at the Tuscan & Williams Sonoma Cooking School, hop aboard the Conway Valley Train for a scenic train ride or enjoy one night for two at the Cliff House in Maine.
And that’s just the tip of the gift-giving iceberg! You can bid on tickets to see Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter Judy Collins at the Tupelo Music Hall or bid on a one-week escape at the Mittersill Alpine Resort in Franconia, NH. Other items include gift certificates for fine dining at popular restaurants, spa treatments, theater tickets and hand-crafted gifts from local artisans! For a full list of items visit nhpbs.org/auction. This holiday season give a gift with impact.
The sell dates for bidding are staggered over the course of six days: 11/13, 11/15, 11/17, 11/27, 11/29, 12/1. Selling starts at 8pm each of those nights.
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