2019 Amish Relief Auction

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Event Date(s): Sat, 05/25/2019 - 7:00am - 5:00pm
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Amish Made Quilts

Experience a special day of Amish life in the country, with this auction full of Amish made furniture, tables, chairs, rockers, clocks, quilts, rugs, wall hangings, many handmade items, animals, outdoor items, farm equipment, gift certificates and much more!  This auction's proceeds will go towards children and other needy families, doctors and hospital bills owed by the Conewango Valley New York community. 

Outside Auction starting at 10:00am
Livestock at Noon
Quilts sell at 1:00pm
Buildings and Farm machinery at 1:00pm
*several auctioner will be selling at the same time*

Come early for the Pancake & Sausage Breakfast from 7:00am - 10:00am.  Amish home-style refreshments available, along with chicken bbq, pig roast, veal burgers, fish sandwiches, subs, salad, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, pizza, ice cream, baked goods, lemonade, pop, and coffee.   Be certain to check out the donuts freshly made on site! 

From Rt. 83 in Cherry Creek, take Southside Avenue to Pickup Hill Road.  Shuttlebus available and handicap parking as well. 

Rain or shine!!  Photo shown is an example of quilt you will find at the auction. 

For more information on this event please visit https://www.empirelivestock.com/auctions/add-an-auction/cherry-creek/16th-amish-relief-auction

This event will be held at:

Empire Livestock Cherry Creek Market
6732 Pickup Hill Road
Cherry Creek, NY 14723
United States
Phone: 716-257-3431 or 296-5041
42° 17' 31.182" N, 79° 6' 48.6036" W
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