Spring 2023 Silent Auction – NEW ITEMS ADDED

Welcome to our Spring 2023 Silent Auction!

Interested participants may make a bid by emailing bethLockard@deafcanPA.org between April 3–23 with the number of the item of interest and amount of the bid. The last bids will be accepted at 7 p.m. April 23.  Bidders will be contacted if another bidder tops their bid. If bidding is hot, texting can be used later.   Some of these items may be on display at the Deaf Expo April 15.
Please let others know of this Auction!  DeafCAN! appreciates your support!

1. Bartenura 2018 Moscato Italian wine (.375 ml), two wine glasses, and a $30 gift card for La Verona restaurant https://laveronapa.com (worth $82; starting bid $50).

2. Brighton “Enchanted Garden” bracelet and earrings (worth $126; starting bid $60).

3. Three M.J. Hummel Little Companions Collectible 8” plates. “Hello Down There,” “Stormy Weather,” “Apple Tree Boy & Girl” by The Danbury Mint (worth $30; starting bid $15).

4. Gold-look metallic container of beer, two beer glasses, sunglasses, a glass holder, and $50 in gift cards to Yard House restaurant www.yardhouse.com/home (worth $65; starting bid $40).

5. Starbucks ASL mug, teal colored recycled recycle stainless steel 16 oz. travel mug, and a 16 lb. bag of Blonde Expresso Roast coffee (worth $50; starting bid $25). View a video about this line of Starbucks products here!

6. Vintage pink flowered teapot, three boxes of tea (Green Passion Fruit, Earl Grey, and Scottish Breakfast), pink LOL mug, and a jar of local Chester County honey (worth $50; starting bid $20).

7. Set of 12 gold rimmed The Norman Rockwell Fine China Plate Collection limited edition Gorham Fine China from The Danbury Mint (worth $200; starting bid $80).

8. Renowned Deaf artist Nancy O’Rourke silk ASL “Friends” tie and ASL ABC mug www.nancyrourke.com (store) (worth $86; starting bid $55).

9. Two Longwood Gardens tickets expiring August 20, 2024 (not valid for specially ticketed events such as Fireworks or Wine & Jazz Festival, every Friday through Sunday during A Longwood Christmas or during December 25—January 3) www.longwoodgardens.org (worth $50; starting bid $30).

10. Bellagio Chianti wine, two wine glasses, and a $50 gift card to Maggiano’s Little Italy restaurant www.maggianos.com (worth $68; starting bid $40).

11. Framed 13’ x 13” handstitched “Friendship is a Priceless Treasure” wall hanging (worth $50; starting bid $30).

12. FOUR Phillies tickets for Wednesday, April 26, at 6:40 p.m. against Seattle Mariners. Seats are Section 137, Row 35, Seats 1—4 (worth $190; starting bid $100).

13. Framed 15” x 15.5“ original Intaglio “Annunciation” wall hanging by renowned Philadelphia artist, Naomi Charles Limont (1929—2010) The art is pencil signed, titled, numbered, and dated 1976. Her work has been featured in solo shows, invitational exhibitions, and is part of the permanent collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA Academy of Fine Arts, Yale University, and Rutgers University. Ms. Limont is listed as a notable artist, painter, printmaker, and educator by Marqui’s Who’s Who (worth $100+; starting bid $60).

14. Wire egg basket lined with a dark blue dish towel and filled with gourmet goodies: A 17.6 oz. bag of Falco Pappardelle pasta made in Italy, a 24 oz. jar of Rao’s homemade Marinara sauce, a 2 oz. jar of Aglio & Peperoncino Sazonador Pasta seasoning, a wooden cutting board with handle made in India, a white ceramic mug and an 8.8 oz. bag of Kimbo aroma gold 100% Arabica medium dark roast coffee, an 8.8 oz. bag of Dolce Nero Viva Cappuccino dark chocolate praline candy with cappuccino flavored cream, and two white blue and white striped dish towels. (worth $152; starting bid, $60)

WEATHER UPDATE – 2023 Deaf Expo

**We will be indoors at Christ the King Church (same address) this year due to expected rain. We can’t wait to see you all!**


Join us on Saturday, April 15th from 10 AM – 3 PM for our annual Deaf Expo!

Come and see new products, services, and handicrafts to enhance your life. Meet old friends and new!

Vendor contact information enclosed as well. Follow the link below for more details.

2023 Deaf Expo Information



Beverly Groff Mixed Media Art

Blue Sky Pottery By Kristen Anne

Bohemian Moon Inspirations

Christ the King Deaf Church

Connecting Deaf Fellowship

Deaf-Hearing Communication Centre




Environaire Corporation

Family Support Line

Germantown Deaf Ministries Fellowship

Irene’s Paintings

Keller Williams Real Estate


MWR Financial


PA Office for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ODHH)

PA Society for the Advancement of the Deaf (PSAD)

PAH! Hearing Parent/Deaf Kids

PSD Alumni Association

PSD Class of ’82 & ‘83

RJ’s Deaf Art

Shelley’s Craft Arts

SIGNINterpreting Services

Through Frances

Tonie’s Crafts

WOLD Spring Fever Plant Sale

WCU American Sign Language Club

ZVRS / Purple VRS

2022 Silent Auction

Hello all, and welcome to our 2022 Silent Auction! Below you will find photos, descriptions, values, and starting bids for each of the 18 items available in our Silent Auction this year.

Interested bidders can email bethlockard@deafcanpa.org or text 484-995-9376 with the number of the item and their bid.  You will be contacted back if another bidder tops your bid.

This auction will run until 9 PM on Thursday, December 22nd. Good luck!

  1. Bartenura 2018 Moscato Italian wine (375 ml), two wine glasses, and a $100 gift card for Hill’s Seafood (4 locations)  (worth $153; Starting bid $80).


  1. Brighton “Enchanted Garden” bracelet and earrings (worth $126; starting bid $70)


  1. Bartenura 2018 Moscato Italian wine (375 ml), two wine glasses, and a $25 gift card for Fellini Cafe of Media (Media, PA) (worth $78; starting bid $40)


  1. Starbucks package of a travel mug, dark green plastic water bottle, 16 oz. Veranda Blend coffee beans, and 16 oz. Pike Place Roast coffee beans (worth $72; starting bid $40)

  1. Brighton dragonfly necklace (worth $108; starting bid $50)

  1. Two Longwood Gardens tickets, a glass holiday dish, and white pillar candle.  Tickets expire 4/5/24 and are not valid for specifically ticketed events like Fireworks or Wine & Jazz Festival.  (worth $143; starting bid $70)   https://longwoodgardens.org/

  1. Wild Birds Unlimited 2023 calendar, Superblend Bird Seed for a lantern cylinder feeder in a recycled material carry bag.  (worth $85; starting bid $35.) www.wbu.com

  1. Set of 12 Norman Rockwell plates–Saturday Evening Post Classics, Gorham Brand, from The Danbury Mint.  (plate “the Alarm” has a small chip).  (worth $250; starting bid $80)

  1. “The Greatest Show on Earth”eight plate collection by Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus.  Comes with certificates of authenticity. (worth $50; starting bid $30)

  1. Nordstrom necklace and bracelet “Best of Everything” (worth $30; starting bid $10)

  1. Silver colored plate with $25 gift card to Great American Pub (Phoenixville), small glass pitcher, 2 candle holders with votives (worth $50; starting bid $15) https://thegreatamericanpub.com/

  1. Vintage English Sadler teapot (1930’s, #1593 pattern) in basket with dark green cloth, small glass candy dish and peppermints, metal handcrafted ornament, and five different teas (worth $48; starting bid $20)

  1. Heavy glass fruit bowl and relish tray (worth $60; starting bid $25)

  1. Set of 12 gold-rimmed The Norman Rockwell Fine China Plate Collection limited edition Gorham Fine China, from The Danbury Mint (worth $200; starting bid $80)

  1. $100 gift card for Healing Hands massage (West Chester, Berwyn, Downingtown, Media).  Glass hand not included but made by DeafCAN! DeafBlind consumer, Andrew Stender.  (worth $100; starting bid $55)  https://www.hhmassage.com

  1. Fair Trade Joyn purse/bag (15.5′ x 12″) made in India.  Has magnet closing.  (worth $160; starting bid $75) www.cleanslategoods.com

  1. Gold container of beer, and $50 gift card to The Creamery (Kennett Square).  (worth $75; starting bid $45)  https://www.kennettcreamery.com

  1. Heavy glass bowl with colored glass ornaments (worth $50; starting bid $20)

CTK & DeafCAN! Holiday and Anniversary Luncheon

Join us on Sunday, December 18th at noon to celebrate the holidays and our anniversary! We will be serving lunch and hosting a raffle for several Christmas themed prizes. Information in the links below.

If you cannot attend the event, but would still like to participate in the raffle, please email us at the following addresses: lockardbeth@gmail.com or queeniekg4@verizon.net

Please RSVP as soon as possible!

Anniversary Luncheon Information and Registration Form

Raffle Items