RYDE FOR A REASON : SILENT AUCTION

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Join RYDE for a fun evening of drinks, dancing, and a silent auction to kick off the third annual RYDE FOR A REASON event benefiting The Alzheimer’s Association.
Lex Lumiere’s
limited edition photograph is part of the Breaking Borders series showcased at the Louvre Museum in Paris as part of The Exposure Award, also published in their book. Now it is a part of a sensual Holiday French Wine Basket for a silent auction that includes:

  • L ‘Epayrie Special Reserve Rouge: Pale ruby colour; cherry and currant aromas; light plum and cherry flavours; clean finish. In France, table wine is the classic every day wine which for centuries has been consumed as a staple of the French diet. 1 Liter Bottle. Made in: France
  • Imported Truffettes de France: Natural Dusted With Cocoa Powder 4.4 Pound Gift Box
  • L’ Epicurien, Black Cherry Confit: French Gourmet Tragana or Burlat varieties (Bigarreau sweet cherries family), known for their outstanding taste qualities. Generous quantities of many beautiful, heart shaped and juicy morello cherries in every jar.
  • Game of Dice: The history of dice is almost as old as mankind itself. In Egypt, they discovered evidence of ancient dice in tombs dating back before 3000 BC. They are the oldest gaming instrument the world has EVER known and are still wildly popular today. Historians think early man used them as magical devices to deduce the future. Well, “Great minds game alike.”

    The limited edition of 100 prints is signed by the artist and includes a Certificate of Authenticity, so place your bid at the silent auction to help end Alzheimers.

 

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