The Jamestown Audubon Center and Sanctuary will host its Falling for Nature Dinner and Auction Saturday, Nov. 2, at Warren's Conewango Club.
"Folks are still talking about the wonderful dinners and events they 'won' at our last Audubon auction," said Ruth Lundin, Jamestown Audubon president, "and this year's could be even more exciting! Moving this event to the fall will make holiday shopping a possibility for participants, too."
The gala evening will include a field to fork dinner of local produce, meats and dessert and offer live and silent auction items of artwork, adventure and fine cuisine. All will be presented with banter between the master of ceremonies and auctioneer, Mike Peterson.
The Audubon Center and Sanctuary’s Falling for Nature Dinner & Auction is set for Saturday, Nov. 2, at Warren’s Conewango Club. The gala evening will include a field to fork dinner and offer items and experiences in both live and silent auctions. One of the offerings will be a getaway at The Oaks Bed and Breakfast Hotel in Jamestown, pictured above.
Among the offerings will be get-aways at The Oaks Bed and Breakfast Hotel in Jamestown and the Edwards Waterhouse Inn in Fredonia, a stained glass of Cape Hatteras by Kay Marker, a large framed photograph of the porch at Chautauqua Institution's Athenaeum Hotel by Bill Smith, live music accompanying a seven-course dinner prepared by chef Andy Palermo, Four Seasons of Song Birds by artist Janet Mandel framed to the winner's specifications, and a copy of Willie Horton: The People's Champion signed by baseball star Willie Horton.
Seating is limited. The deadline for reservations is Monday, Oct. 28. Visit jasauction.weebly.com, call Audubon at 569-2345 email or email@example.com to make reservations, receive a printed invitation, or donate an distinctive item or gift certificate.