It could be the core of your cellar or just a lovely addition to it. A unique collection of 40-50 “fan favorite” bottles, selected for this auction by GLT trustees and followers.
Thanks to Great Lakes Theater Family
Not sure what to give your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day? Great Lakes Theater has you covered with this fantastic package assembled by event co-chair Carol Dolan. Shakespeare wrote, “The course of true love never did run smooth.” This Valentine’s Basket will surely prove the Bard wrong, including delights for all the senses: an elegant bottle of sparkling wine, a delicious assortment of gourmet chocolates from Sweet Designs; a beautiful, fragrant LAFCO Beach House candle (in hand-blown art glass) and luxurious LAFCO hand and body lotions; a $100 gift certificate to Cleveland Independents for you and a guest to dine at one of over 80 greater Cleveland restaurants. This romantic basket also contains three books: Love Poems and Sonnets of William Shakespeare; Erik Didriksen’s Pop Sonnets; and the recently-released Shakespeare Not Stirred, a creative collection of cocktail and hors d’oeuvres recipes inspired by the works of Shakespeare, plus a bottle of Absolut Raspberri Vodka to make one of the cocktails described in the book – “Helena’s Raspberry Lime Rickey.” You’ll also receive two tickets (best seats available) to Great Lakes Theater’s upcoming production of Love’s Labour’s Lost (running April 8 – 24, 2016) and a card of gratitude for your support of Great Lakes Theater signed by the entire Love’s Labour’s Lost acting company!
Thanks to Carol Dolan and Great Lakes Theater
A fixture in the Fairmount-Taylor shopping district, Heights Floral Shoppe has been the place to go for artistic, personalized floral arrangements since 1966. The successful bidder on this package will receive three months of floral arrangements personally crafted by shop owner Tammy Currier, who brings an unusual mix of artistic and literary talent to her floral designs. Her compact shop is a visual treasure chest of home and garden decorations, books, paper flowers, soaps, containers and wall art. (May not be redeemed around Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, or other major holidays.)
Thanks to Laura Perrotta Ford and Tammy Currier, Heights Floral Shoppe
The Roaring Twenties were the Golden Age of golf course design, and this course designed by master architect William Flynn in 1928 has the old time charm, lie of the land architecture, and distinctive holes to make it an unforgettable example of that era, restored by Cleveland’s Brit Stenson of IMG in 2002. Per GolfClubAtlas.com, “The creek at the ninth, the terraced fairway at the fifteenth and the roll-a-coaster ground movements of the seventeenth fairway” are the great holes that make this a great course. The Club’s place in golf history was secured over a century ago, however, when member Coburn Haskell invented the first rubber-cored, rubber-wound ball with help from a friend at B. F. Goodrich. Lunch at the clubhouse completes this private golf outing with Bill Caster.
Thanks to Bill Caster