top of page

Live Auction Info

sanders cove.jpg
Rose Apple Acre Farm B&B
Cotter Cabin.jpg

Bid on a Jay Peak 2 night Ski Vacation, includes lodging & lift tickets for up t0 4 people
      in a 2 bedroom cottage,  Good thru April 30, 2024 - Valid Non Holiday, Sun thru Thurs


Bid on a Jay Peak 2 night Golf Vacation, includes lodging & golf tickets for up to 4 people
      in a 2 bedroom cottage, Good thru end of 2024 golf season  Valid Non Holiday, Sun thru Thurs


The Golf & Mountain Cottages sit on what locals refer to as the Shortcut road, along the first hole of our Championship Golf Course and a short walk from the Tramside base lifts and the Pump House Indoor Waterpark. The Timberline Cottages are identical to Golf & Mountain but aren't located along the golf course. 
Please note, these units do not have air conditioning.

These stylish multi-level units are beautifully appointed and outfitted with everything you need for an easy, comfortable ski, golf, or waterpark vacation. All Cottages are available in 1- and 2-bedroom configurations, with full kitchens and full-size washers and dryers. Bedding options including Queen and split King, a good option for families. Please note, these units do not have air conditioning. 



History of Village Chair

This chair manufactured by Hall Ski-Lift Company (1960-1985), was the part of the
original lift to the summit of Camelback, Tannersville PA called the Sullivan Lift that was
installed in 1963. When Camelback replaced this lift with a high-speed quad in 1995
and Jay Peak was considering expansion, Bill Stenger acquired it to provide lift access
to the main mountain for future condominiums in the Jay Peak Village area. Jay Peak’s
staff led by Buddy Loux helped disassemble and bring it to Vermont. After refurbishing
and maintenance it was installed and opened in 1995 as the Village Chair.
When Flyer was installed in 1999 to replace the Green Mountain Double (which locals
referred to as Mountain Dick’s chair), the chairs from that lift replaced the ones on the
original Village because they had footrests.

This history was provided by the following:
1) Chairlift Preservation Society, a 501 (c)3 organization which documents chairs,
trams, gondolas, ski lifts. Their website is
2) And the following individuals for help in accessing and/or the history of this chair:
Steve Wright, Jay Peak General Manager
Craig Parrish, Jay Peak Lift Maintenance Operations Manager (and staff)
Cindy Corsano Willis, Joel Corsano, Bill Stenger
Special thank you to Donna & Mike McAllister, Sally Rivard & Charlie Dodge

Thank you to Gen Martel for purchase of the Chair. 

mary brenner.jpg

Mary Alice Brenner Watercolor Artist, Teacher, Gardener, Friend to all who knew her, lived in Westfield, VT passed on Sept., 5, 2021

A Quote from Mary (MAC) 

"I have been painting seriously since retirement and taking lessons to improve my technique. I am beginning to realize how much pure work art is. It is a joy to paint and I am encouraged by my fellow artists and artistic children and grandchildren. I also appreciate comments received from those who view my work and am gratified when I sell some of my paintings. My watercolor paintings have been shown with the Wooden Horse Arts Guild , MAC Center for the Arts and the Vermont Watercolor Society. Recent classes in watercolor include studies with Kay Maynard, Annelein Beukenkamp, Karen Vernon and Lisa Beach"

Member of Wooden Horse Arts Guild, and
Memphremagog Arts Collaborative (The MAC Center)

Brandon and Kathy Wilson

Brandon Wilson grew up in Jay, a small town in northern Vermont. He began his art career when he was in high school and after graduating, he headed to the west coast to compete in a competition, one in which he took first place in. As the years carried on Brandon’s artwork grew and so did his business.

When asked about his career he responded:

“I have been in the art industry for the past ten years creating wood sculptures all over North America. I’ve always had an interest in art and recently I have started painting to go along with sculpting.

Every single piece of artwork out there has a story behind it and every person viewing it will find a different meaning in that art. So, my goal with my work is to be able to evoke emotion from the viewer and to have a story come through.

My subjects range from wildlife to western art, but I’ve created a wide body of work over the years. I have been blessed to be able to create in some of the most picturesque places in North America. From the people to the landscape, my work has been heavily influenced by the many trips taken to the west over the years with my wife. I'm looking forward to creating more pieces in the western art genre in the coming years."


Whippletree Winery

Whippletree Winery is located in historic Tamworth, NH a quaint New Hampshire town. The winery, housed in a 1940s summer cottage was moved from Ossipee Lake to Tamworth to save the building. The building was originally owned by Virgil D.White who patented the snowmobile in 1917. Whippletree Winery is “the winery in the woods” where a welcoming relaxed atmosphere will be found. A wide range of award winning, premium wines can be enjoyed. These fine wines are handcrafted with minimal processing for maximum flavor...made the old country way. Whippletree Winery offers a perfect setting to host small events. #wineryinthewoods 

We look forward to meeting you and sharing our unique, handcrafted wines! Cheers, 

Lauren Barrett, Owner /Wine Maker

hummingbird feeder.jpg

Bird Feeders & Bird Food Basket -Bird feeder with stand, Ball Feeder, Oriole feeder, Suet feeder, Cedar feeder & bird bath, Hummingbird feeder,  2 Suet cakes, Hummingbird food, Grape jelly, Black oil sunflower seed, Wild bird food, Bird guide & Basket. Donated by Pat Sanders

oreol feeder.jpg
train set.jpg

For your little kid or big kid.
Life Like Big Thunder HO scale Electric Train Set for use with all HO Scale Train Layouts. 36" of track circle

bottom of page