Silent auction

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Vacation in Jamaica, see a music or dance concert, get a much-needed massage or fly high in a hot air balloon —just a few of the many items up for bid in the BAX Spring Silent Auction, June 1-9.

Items will be biddable online at and at BAX, 421 Fifth Avenue. The Spring Silent Auction closes at 5 p.m. sharp, June 9.

The BAX Spring Silent Auction is a great way to support BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange, a performing arts anchor in Brooklyn since 1991. The proceeds help BAX to serve Brooklyn with arts programs and events for all ages.

More than 100 items will be up for bid in the following categories: For Artists or the Artist Within; For Kids & Families; Events/Museums; Culinary Delights; Unique, Unexpected, and Ultra Luxurious; Body, Mind, Sprit, Fine Art and Alluring Items and Great Gifts.

Some enticing items include: two-night hotel accommodations for two adults at Sunset Jamaica Grande Resort & Spa in Ocho Rios, Jamaica; stays at local bed & breakfasts; dinner for two at Union Square Café; George Michael concert tickets at Madison Square Garden; Big Apple Circus tickets; gift certificates to hip Park Slope boutiques, restaurants and wine shops like Goldie & Mac, Little D Eatery and Big Nose, Full Body; and so much more.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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