There will be one more Open House in the Barn on Wednesday, May 31st from 11am-4pm! If you would like to purchase any of the antique items for their minimum bid, Wednesday is your chance!
All items that have not been sold on the Corban Sales Facebook page will be posted to Craigslist with the “minimum bid” as the “buy now” price.
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Attention!! You won’t want to miss this!
The Barn team salvaged materials from the Music House and now they are selling the items in a Silent Auction! Beautiful, antique windows and doors will be up for grabs! Details are as follows:
-Go to the Facebook page “Corban Sales“.
-Each post will contain one item (front and back picture embedded in post).
-All items of the same size/type are labeled with the same ID letter (ie: All 18”x 29” windows are labeled C1, C2, C3, etc.).
-The minimum bid will be on each post. Leave your offer as a comment on the post.
-Bids must be made in whole dollar increments.
–If you would like to check out the items in person, the Barn is having an Open House: Monday, May 23 from 12:00pm-6:00pm
-Bidding will be open until 4:00pm on Thursday, May 26th.
-The person with the highest bid wins!
-Shortly after the last hour, an email will be sent to all the highest bidders with payment information (all payments will be made online, via a link sent in the follow up email).
–Pick up will be on Thursday, May 26th from 4:30pm-7:00pm, or an arrangement will be made for a specific time slot the following week.
-Items that are not purchased this week will be posted to Craigslist with the same listed price.
-Anyone is welcome to bid, so feel free to share with your friends!
-There are no limits. An individual may place as many bids on as many items as they’d like.
Any questions can be directed to Emma Felzien at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello Corban Community!
This weekend we will be salvaging materials from the Music House. The items that we recover from the house will be up for auction! Here are the details:
The items will be posted on the Facebook page “Corban Sales.” You do not need to be a member of the page to bid, but you may request to join the page if you would like a notification every time an item is added. We will post a picture of each item with a minimum bid. To place a bid on an item, comment on the picture with your bid amount. BIDS MUST BE MADE IN WHOLE DOLLAR INCREMENTS. The last person to comment at the end of the auction gets to claim the item.
The dates are still TO BE DETERMINED so keep an eye on your inbox for more details. We do know we will hold the auction for multiple days on the Facebook page, so you will have time to assess the items and battle for your treasures! Also, we will have all the items on display in the Barn for a day and all are welcome to come check out the loot on that day (again, that detail will be included in the following email).
When the auction is complete, a follow up email will be sent to delineate payment and pick up information. All payments will be made online, via a link in the follow up email. Once the purchase is confirmed by the Barn staff, the item(s) will be available for pick up at the Barn – time and date for pick-up to be determined.
If you have any questions, you may contact Emma Felzien at email@example.com or Brenda Roth at firstname.lastname@example.org
The official email with all details will be sent in the next few days! Hopefully this gives you a taste of what’s to come.
As you may know, the Music House is coming down soon. The Barn team will be cleaning out the space and collecting salvaged materials, some of which will be available via a silent auction the week of May 16th. All proceeds will benefit The Barn. Information about the silent auction will be made available sometime next week.
In addition to the silent auction for salvaged materials from WITHIN the music house, there is also an opportunity for those who would like to have access to the plants/shrubs immediately ADJACENT to the house. This winner-take-all auction will allow the highest bidder to take as many plants/shrubs as they desire, but everything must be removed by Saturday, May 14th. On Sunday, May 15th anything left in the ground is free for the taking and no landscape materials may be removed after May 16th because the house will be demolished and the site unsafe.
Bottom line, if you would like to be involved in bidding for the landscaping materials, let Brenda Roth know ASAP. Only those who express interest at this point will be provided the additional information needed to participate.