Great Outdoors Celebration & Auction

Cinderella

Cinderella

  

This year the South Kingstown Land Trust is celebrating its 30th anniversary, and the 2013 Great Outdoors Celebration & Auction on Sunday, August 11th will be our centerpiece event.  It will be held at the SKLT Barn, at 17 Matunuck Beach Road in Matunuck from 4pm to 6:30pm.  Proceeds will be used to further land acquisition and preservation of the local landscape.

The auction will feature works by local artists, dining experiences, and boating and vacation adventures.  Among the unique items are a “Moveable 16th Century Feast” in a Kingston Colonial Home, a Sunday Jazz

 Brunch for Four at the Ocean House in Watch Hill and a one week vacation in Eleuthera, Bahamas.  Works by local artists include a watercolor by Holley Flagg and an oil on canvas by Joe Keiffer. Noted garden designer and horticulturist Louis Raymond of Renaissance Gardening will again be our spirited and entertaining auctioneer.

View from Cottage in Eleuthera

View from Cottage in Eleuthera

We wish to thank the following generous businesses who have already committed to sponsoring the “Great Outdoors Celebration & Auction”: Arnold Lumber Company, James V. Aukerman & Associates, Jim Blackerby, CFP, Centreville Bank, Coastal Properties, Sue Couglin & Sam Slade, Crosstown Press, Martha Day & C.N Hetzner, Chris Gaffney & Karen Kames, Howard Johnson, Inc., Lila Delman Real Estate, Carolyn & David Moultrop, NewportFed, Randall Realtors Real Living, Rose & Kiernan Insurance Agency, P. Schurman Contractors, SmithCo Oil Service, Carroll & John Tickner, and The Winter Family Foundation. If you would like to add your company’s name to the list of sponsors, please contact Anne O’Neill at 533-3528.  In return for your generous sponsorship, your company will be recognized on the SKLT website, in the program and during the event.

 

A Glimpse of Old Matunuck

A Last Glimpse of Old Matunuck

Look for your invitation in the mail in early July.  Be sure to bring a friend to enjoy a lovely afternoon and help protect open space.  Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door.