Check out these items up for grabs at Gar-Po-Fire Community Auction
Auction to raise funds for the Milford Garden Club, Milford Police Department and Milford Volunteer Fire Department

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MILFORD — Milford area residents have dug into their attics, basements and garages to donate items for a community auction to raise funds for the Milford Garden Club, Milford Police Department and Milford Volunteer Fire Department. An amazingly diverse array of items will be sold, including beautiful high-quality antiques, collectibles, furniture, vacation, culinary and other experiences and more. More items are coming in daily — no minimum bids, no buyer's premium.
The Garpofire Community Auction will be held on Saturday, Sept. 22. The preview is at 9 a.m. and the auction at noon at St. Patrick's Parish Hall, 111 East High St., Milford.
Sale items include (this list is incomplete):
3/4 cord of firewood, 16-18 inches, dried, delivered and stacked
Jade carved animals
Glassware (depression glass, Waterford and more)
Rare signed Roseville pottery
1930s deco lamp of lady reading a book
Vintage political memorabilia
Bentwood rocker
Heavy 19th-century brass sconces
Complete table setting for 6 with Irish linen tablecloth and napkins, Waterford crystal candlesticks and s/p shaker, 6 wine and 6 champagne glasses
Vintage Russian guitar
Vintage glass hanging lights
Capodimonte vases
Dew Drop cast iron woodstove
Former police bicycle
Original slate chalkboards from Historic Milford Schoolhouse
Pair of Normal Mailer first editions, signed and inscribed by the author (The Prisoner of Sex, 1971, and The Fight, 1975)
Tiffany and Co. lot
50 state quarter collection
Mint condition Franklin Mint Monopoly Set
Books about area history
Chanel scarf
Chanel wallet
18 Knowles Collectible plates, original packaging
Sponsorship with plaque of Milford Enhancement Committee streetlight and pedestrian bench and more. Jewelry: 14k moonstone pearls and emerald 1960s ring
14k gold chain
14k coral and gold earrings
14k pearl and diamond ring with matching earrings
Sterling American flag pin
Pearl brooch
Vintage 14k gold posts with opals
Jade carved gold over silver pendants and more. Artwork: Paintings by artists Hunt Slonem (“Lories”)
Frederick Ooden
Susan Haskins
Joe Splendora
F. Henry
Joanne Greenbaum (“Vertical stripes are so slimming!”) and others
Matisse (repro)
Fran Henig Botanical print
Large hand-colored floral print
Signed Christopher Makos photograph of Andy Warhol in drag and more. Experiences: an airplane ride with Pike County Commissioner Steve Guccini, a week in Florida (luxury condo in Sanibel Island
homeshare in Orlando), Pie-of-the-month for a year baked by blue-ribbon award winner from NJ State Fair, “accommodations for 6 night vacation at Niagara Falls
4 tickets to Dorflinger 2019 Wildflower festival
Accommodations for 2-night "staycation" at the Best Western at Hunt’s Landing
Three lessons in the fundamentals of wood turning
Cake decorating class for four
Kid’s birthday party for 8 with archery lessons
Pollinator garden design
West Ann progressive dinner (Strub and Morales, Buchin and Scarduffa and Meyer), West George Progressive Dinner (Haar, Turano, Schilling)
Edible 2-hour walking tour of Milford for up to 12 people
Admission tickets to Philadelphia Flower Show and more.

Two-hour fall yard cleanup
Milford Garden Club planting 150 daffodils at your home
3 private hour-long yoga sessions in your home
3 months of cross-fit fitness training and nutrition counseling
Design and labor to build a unique garden water feature and more

To eat and drink:
Free weekly pizza for a year
Dinners for 4 at 403 Broad, Bar Louis and the Delmonico Room
Bar cart with assorted scotches and bar accouterments
Wine and wine decantor: pie-of-the-month for a year from NJ State Fair blue ribbon award winner
Instant wine cellar with 30-36 bottles, variety of vineyards and vintages and more.
Gift certificates from Old Lumberyard Shops, Pike County Outfitters, Waterwheel Café, Frisky Goat, Brother Bruno and more.
For more information email or call 570-296-5326 or 973-876-1897