We're glad that you are joining us to raise funds to support the communities of Attleboro and Norton.
This is our 60th annual auction and it remains our largest fund-raiser. In 2016, auction
success helped us to distribute over $50,000 to the following:
Attleboro Arts Museum * Attleboro's Big Read * Attleboro Council on Aging * Attleboro Council of Churches
AHS Culinary Arts Program * AHS Model UN Program * AHS and Bishop Feehan Seniors
Attleboro Scholarship Foundation * Attleboro YMCA * Bristol Community College * Christmas is for Kids
Community VNA * DARE * Hebron Village, St. Joseph and Self-Help Food Pantries * New Hope
Norton Senior Center * Old Colony Habitat for Humanity * Robbins Childrens Programs
St Vincent de Paul * Smarts Collaborative * South Attleboro Lions * The Literacy Center
All Bidding will be Online -
Online bidders must register
before they can bid. Once you register, you will receive two
emails, one confirming your user name and the other your password. In these emails, is a
link that you must click on to activate your account. This is required before you can
place any bids.
Auction Catalog -
The Auction Catalog has complete descriptions and images of auction items. To view the auction
catalog, click the second button from the left on the top of this auction home page.
The TV Finale
- The live auction wrap-up will run from 7:00 - 9:00 PM on DoubleACS, Channel 15. The show will not
include the traditional item-by-item review. Instead, we will showcase the good work that Rotary does in the
community, thank each auction donor, while keeping you abreast of the auction's progress.
The Auction Segments are 30 minutes Long
- There are 16 half hour segments in the auction finale, four sets of four segments that each end
at 7:30; 8:00; 8:30 and 9:00, respectively. The items have been grouped within each half hour segment for your
convenience as follows:
A - Sports, Kids/Family Activities, Professional Services
B - Jewelry, Health, Beauty, Shopping
C - Yard, Home, Auto
D - Dining, Food, Drink
We will also feature All-Night Specials and
2 Sets of Hour-Long Super Specials that will
end at 8:00 and 9:00, respectively.
After each time segment ends, the high bidder can be found on the item's auction page.
Winning bidders can pick up their items at The
Attleboro Industrial Museum, 42 Union St. Attleboro, Tuesday, March 28th -
Thursday, March 30th, from 11 AM to 7 PM.
Thank you for visiting the Attleboro Rotary Auction! Remember to Bid Big, and Bid Often as your purchase enables the Rotary
to support our local community!
If you have any questions, please e-mail us at
firstname.lastname@example.org (this e-mail address will NOT be
checked during the LIVE auction).