Silent auction that benefits local nonprofits begins ahead of Silverthorne’s upcoming First Friday event, Locals’ Appreciation Party

The online auction benefiting local nonprofits for Silverthorne’s upcoming First Friday event is now live.

The month of May’s event is a Locals’ Appreciation Party, and the Town of Silverthorne is partnering with Locals Liquor to raise money for the community. The silent auction will feature bourbons and whiskeys, with 100% of the proceeds going to Smart Bellies, Summit County Rescue Group, Save a Brain, Building Hope and the Family & Intercultural Resource Center.

The auction will last until May 8 at 8 p.m. A sample of the collection being auctioned off will include a full set of Blanton’s, Michtner’s Barrel Strength 10-Year and Toasted, E.H.Taylor Small Batch and Single Barrel, Rip Van Winkle 10-Year, Elmer T. Lee and Van Winkle Lot “B” 12-year — among others.

Orders can be picked up on May 9 at Locals Liquors, and bottles that are purchased can not be shipped. Interested buyers can visit the auction’s online page to view the entire catalog.

The online auction can be found here.


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