Tilted Earth Festival online auction extended through July 28
Auction benefits Prescott Creeks and Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters
Prescott Creeks and Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters recently teamed up to put on a silent auction at the Tilted Earth Festival held June 17-18 in Cottonwood. To date, more than $13,000 in auction proceeds have been raised through this event to support the work of these two organizations in Prescott and Yavapai County.
With the generous support of the auction contributors, organizers have extended the auction online to give everyone the opportunity to support kids and the environment in Yavapai County and browse and bid on works by local and regional artists, dining and accommodations packages, classes and workshop opportunities, vacation retreats, and more.
The Tilted Earth Festival is a two-day celebration of music, wine, creativity, craftsmanship, and community put on by Page Springs Cellars and the City of Cottonwood. This year’s Festival drew over 2,000 people from around the state and beyond, with a music lineup that featured blues legend Taj Mahal, who offered his signature on a guitar donated by Prescott’s Gray Dog Guitars for the on-site auction.
Items now up for bid through the online auction include a Vidanta Resorts seven-night vacation package; a four-hour glassblowing workshop at the Antonius Studio in Prescott; a membership package for Prescott’s Heritage Park Zoo; and an elaborate winery tour and tasting for six at Pillsbury Wine Company’s Cottonwood facility.
The online auction continues through July 28 at: www.TiltedEarth.org. All proceeds go to support the work of Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters and Prescott Creeks.