Live Auction popping up at House of Lazarus September 13

Seen in image above: Auction: Peter Ross Auctions Services Ltd. donated their time and services to House of Lazarus’ annual Live Twilight Auction Friday, September 7, 2019. Pictured: Peter Ross and Helen Ross (centre) with volunteers. Courtesy photo

MOUNTAIN — House of Lazarus (HOL)’s annual Live Summer Auction is back! On Friday, September 13, the Mountain-based mission will once again be hosting a live auction of unique items — some new, some used, some vintage, some antique. Peter Ross Auction Services Ltd. is returning this year to lend their professional expertise to this fundraising event. Proceeds will be used to keep HOL, its food bank, and its many outreach programs running.
Items will be set out for viewing beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday 13. Some of the items are available for viewing now on HOL’s Facebook page. There will be a barbecue set up between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., which will consist of hamburgers, hotdogs, and similar fare. The auction itself will get underway at 5 p.m.

Some of the items included: antique and modern furnishings, including a hutch, china cabinet, side board, 1930’s high-boy, dressing table, dresser and bed, curio cabinet, antique rocker; antique and collectable china, glass and more; electric Suncast cooler station; theatre-style popcorn popper; 1993 Blue Jays World Series commemorative frame; cement veneer siding; laminate flooring; organ; vintage clothes and accessories; jewellery; tools; electronics; houseware; quilts; central vacuum; rugs and carpets; die-cast models; vintage Chevrolet mirrors and hub caps; big o-drain pipe; commercial halogen lights; antique weather vane; doll houses; collectable dolls; four Michelin ice tires with rims; bicycles; foosball table; assorted trunks; antique umbrella stand; twin-size plastic car bed; wooden horse statue; gaming systems; pool table; children’s antique rocking chairs; new small appliances; Trifold Tonneau Cover; and more.

For more information, please contact HOL executive director Cathy Ashby at or by phone at 613-989-3830.

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