2014 Auction Items

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1Mardi Gras Mead. This award-winning honey-lemon wine is locally produced on a Great Works conserved farm in North Berwick, and fermented with spices from the garden. It is a white, slightly sparkling mead, handmade by former board member Linda Trombley, aka Queen Bee. Each offering is two 375-milliliter bottles. Two (2) available. Value: $20.00
2Birdbath, hand-carved from split granite, from One Earth Granite, York. This one-of-a-kind centerpiece for your garden is part sculpture, part functional bath that will attract both birds and compliments. Includes delivery within 20 miles of North Berwick. www.oneearthmaine.com Value: $350.00
3Enjoy a cozy one-bedroom condo with spectacular views of the Boston skyline and the USS Constitution. Do you love visiting Boston, but hate paying outrageous prices for a hotel and parking? Located on Boston Harbor, the Parris Landing condo community in the Charlestown Navy Yard is a hidden gem. Come experience the city like a local! The condo sleeps two people comfortably. Available for 2 weekend nights anytime from Spring 2014 ? 2015. Included is garage parking, and access to the fitness center, community room, business center, concierge, and outdoor pool (May ? September). Donated by Kira Jacobs. Value: $500.00
4Ever wanted to grow a giant pumpkin? Here are 8 seeds from Lumpy, one of the giants grown by Gretchen and Bill Straub in their Brattle Street pumpkin patch during the summer of 2013. Try your luck and perhaps you too will grow a mammoth vegetable that will cause jaws to drop and traffic to stop. Four (4) available. Value: priceless
5Two tickets for Great Works? Seacoast tasting event of the year, Farm-to-Chef, Sunday, August 3, 2014, 4-7 pm, at Beach Plum Farm in Ogunquit. Savor local farm-fresh dishes by Executive Chef Evan Hennessy of Flavor Concepts with other specialties from local brewers, vintners and dessert chefs. Special: Valet parking included. www.gwrlt.org. Value: $150.00
6Farm-Raised Pork Variety Pack: pork roast, country style ribs, sweet Italian sausage and breakfast sausage-from pigs raised at Bridgewater Farm, Emery?s Bridge Rd, So. Berwick. The pigs are fed grain and added protein supplement with no antibiotics and live in a natural habitat where they are allowed to roam and dig in an outdoor paddock or spend their time in a dry, draft-free shelter. www.facebook.com/BridgewaterFarm Value: $50.00
7Organic Farm Tour in July, August or early September. Mort Mather of Wells has been growing vegetables organically on the same farm for over 40 years. One acre, half or more under grass-clipping mulch, provides Joshua?s restaurant with five tons of vegetables a year. Learn about changes he has made over the years; some because he got smarter, and some forced by changing weather. (Tour not suitable for global warming deniers.) Value: priceless
8Stand-up Paddleboard, donated by Kittery Trading Post. Aimed at riders looking for excellent flatwater performance, the Bic Sport ACE-TEC Wing 12 ft. 6 in. stand up paddleboard supports paddlers from 170 - 308 lbs. The length makes it easy to glide along the shore during fitness paddles, flatwater or ocean touring and recreational racing. Flat hull understanding area increases stability and slightly V-shaped tail section reduces drag. www.KTP.com Value: $1200.00
9Surftech Adjustable SUP Aluminum Paddle donated by Kittery Trading Post. Incredibly durable full ABS blade that is perfect for switching between flat water and wave riding and great for sharing among different sized paddlers. www.KTP.com Value: $110.00
10Be Tod Mott?s assistant brewer (for a day!) at his new brewery, Tributary Brewing Co., opening Spring of 2014 in Kittery. www.tributarybrewingcompany.com Value: $250.00
11Maine Blueberry Pie made by Beth Werker of So. Berwick and baked in a stoneware pie plate, donated by Salmon Falls Stoneware, Dover NH. www.salmonfalls.com Value: $65.00
12Homemade Apple Pie made by Beth Werker, So. Berwick and baked in a stoneware pie plate, donated by Salmon Falls Stoneware, Dover NH. www.salmonfalls.com Value: $65.00
1312-pack of locally made organic hard cider, pressed from a 2012 Jonagold apple crop in Standish, Maine and fermented & blended in Eliot. Third place winner at the Franklin County Cider Days Festival annual festival. Apples grown without chemicals, fermented with wild yeast & finished for a dry taste. Hard cider is a gluten-free alcoholic beverage. Pressed and donated by Pamela & Roian Atwood, Eliot, Maine. Two (2) available. Value $15.00
14Fresh challah bread, topped with sesame seeds, baked with care by Noah Landis, So. Berwick from my Grandma Landis? time-tested recipe. Sink your teeth right into this rich egg bread, or enjoy a slice spread with homemade mixed berry jam, raspberry jam or apple jelly from Lucy Putnam, Rollinsford, NH. Three (3) available. Value: $10.00
15Get through mud season with 20 yards of gravel or aggregate from Pike Industries, Wells. Must be delivered within 20 miles of the Wells facility. Offer good for 2013. www.pikeindustries.com Value: $300.00
16Big Beer Series 2014 Subscription. Half case (6-22 oz. bottles) of nine consecutive Big Beer Series releases, plus an invitation to release parties and a half case of Big Beer Glassware. Donated by Smuttynose Brewing Company. www.smuttynose.com Value: $250.00
17Homemade Desserts. A blueberry coffee cake made with blueberries picked at Sturgeon Cove, Eliot and three (3) more to be ordered for your special occasions or family gatherings. Choose from a long list of favorites: An old-fashioned molasses cake from an old Aikman family recipe, or cheescake, strawberry shortcake, pies, etc. Lovingly prepared by Jessie Aikman, Rollinsford. Holidays okay, two (2) week notice, please. Value: $100.00
18Tatnic Apple Jack. Fermented from Tatnic apples, frost distilled. 8 oz. Donated by Tin Smith, Wells. Value: $22.00