First Annual Benefit Auction


The Louis Braille School will hold its first annual benefit auction on April 14th from 1 to 4 pm at the Edmonds Conference Center.

Join us at the auction and learn to write your name in braille, meet a guide dog, experience vision challenges while wearing special goggles that simulate vision conditions, and meet other friends of the school.

Enjoy an afternoon with silent and live auctions, entertainment, and snacks. Bid on a ride through Edmonds on an Edmonds Fire Department engine, a certificate for a kid’s birthday party for six with food and bowling at Robin Hood Lanes in Edmonds, a sitting and photograph donated by Seattle photographer Peggy Washburn, a week at Rockaway Beach Resort on the Oregon Coast, a unique hand blown glass vase by artist Marc Boutté of Camano Island, a four-hour whale watching tour out of Friday Harbor from San Juan Excursions, art by Rie Muñoz, two Seattle Seahawks autographed footballs, and many other appealing items.

Come and spend a few hours supporting the children of the Louis Braille School and enjoying the unique table centerpieces made especially for the auction by children at the Imagine Children’s Museum in Everett. These pots of “hand tulips” will be available for bids at the end of the auction.


Edmonds Ferry: Night Run from Edmonds

Night Run, by Roy Hughes

Donated by Roy Hughes
Value: $450

Add a touch of the Puget Sound to your home with this attractive wall panel by artist Roy E. Hughes from Snohomish. This digital block print by Roy looks much like wood block and silk screen prints. The name applied to this printing process is Giclee. Roy has advanced degrees in educational technology, and has been influenced by Japanese wood block printers such as Hiroshige and Hosukai.

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Do you have questions about the auction?
Do you want to help with the auction?
Do you wish to donate items or services to be auctioned?
Please call 425-778-2384, or email