Bohemian Bash Photo Album

The Make Art, Not Waste Bohemian Bash, held on July 17, 2014, was an absolutely fantastic evening!  While there is much more to say about C3’s inaugural auction event and reuse art show, we couldn’t resist sharing a few images.  For now, we will let the pictures do the talking.  Cypress Manor proved to be a perfect and very photogenic venue.


 

BB-1 reuse decorations

Paper flowers in file folder vases; fabric swatch pennants

We incorporated C3’s mission to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle into every aspect of the Bash, from decorations crafted from materials on hand at C3 to compostable cold cups for beverages.


 

BB-2 sponsor recognition

Carolyn Anderson accepts sponsor trophy on behalf of Barter Business Exchange, Inc.

We recognized four sponsors for their support of C3 and the Bohemian Bash:  Barter Business Exchange, Inc.  |  The Amazing Magic of Wayne Anderson  |  Porchetta RDU  |  Cary Citizen


 

BB-3 bash committee

Bash Committee and C3 Board, L to R: Jim Lockhart, Leslie Lockhart, Dawn LaRue, Betsy Dassau, Carolyn Mitkowski, Marie Grubbs, John Buck, Stacey Sprenz (not pictured: Cindy Hartzell, Joelle Kim, Holly Burch)

We were beyond pleased that the Bash was such a smash!  It’s a wonderful thing when a plan comes together, and even better that we successfully raised monies for C3’s upcoming relocation.  It was genuinely overwhelming!


 

BB-4 silent auction

The silent auction was a hit!  We assembled a unique variety of offerings, from original arts and crafts to dining and entertainment to services for self and home.


BB-5 betsy takes stage

Kevin introduces C3’s Founder and President, Betsy Dassau

Author and speaker Dr. Kevin C. Snyder got his groovy on as our special guest emcee.


BB-6 YMNB

YMNB came to play!

Your Mama’s New Boyfriend rocked it!  Their high energy tunes added a fun vibe to the Bash.


BB-7 amazing wayne

How did he do that?!?

Wayne Anderson amazed Bash attendees with his slight of hand!


BB-8 live auction

Joelle Kim celebrates her winning bid on the Salvador Dali print

BB-11 reuse earrings

Lily Booth of Booth Custom Jewelers designed these stunning chandelier earrings from scrap jewelry exclusively for the auction

The live auction proved to be lively, with just a few bidding wars.  Other live auction items included a week at an Emerald Isle beach cottage, membership at a fitness club, and a summer date night bundle.


BB-9 art show winner

Cindy Hartzell presents the awards for Best Overall and Popular Choice to Mary Jo Stephenson

The reuse art show was a highlight!  Our guest judges were very impressed with the quality of the works submitted.  The competition was stiff.


BB-10 activities

Jim Lockhart, Sr. designed the boards and Holly Burch added the flower power

We wanted to put some “fun” into “fun”draising, so we had awesome activities planned for Bash attendees.  Guests enjoyed the Spa Room, temporary tattoos, and the flower power photo op.


Planning an event like the Make Art, Not Waste Bohemian Bash is no small undertaking.  We want to thank everyone who made the Bash such an unforgettable evening — our generous sponsors, those businesses and individuals who contributed items for the auction, the art show judges and reuse artists, our amazing committee, our energetic event volunteers, and most importantly everyone who came out and enjoyed a most fun and groovy evening that lived up to its hype.  Your support will open the door to a new home for C3!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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