WILDWOOD – the 2017 Monica Ros Auction

 

We’d love to have you! 

Annually we plan the Monica Ros School Auction to help with the fundraising necessary to run our small school in the beautiful East End. Monica Ros School has been providing a magical school experience for students for nearly 75 years! We work hard at filling our students’ earliest moments in education with friendship, laughter and discovery. We also work hard to fundraise in order to offset operating expenses and keep tuition low; our annual Auction is an important piece of that work.

Year after year the community of Ojai (and beyond!) generously donate to this event. Many of of families also sponsor the event with a tax-deductible donation. 

The Auction is open to the community of Ojai as a whole. Many past parents attend because of memories of the fun evening, and to catch up with beloved teachers from their children’s early school years. The evening includes a wonderful local, seasonal meal, Casa Barranca wines, Topa Topa Brewery beers, fresh Friend’s Ranches citrus juices (and a cocktail made for it!), and of course our famous Live & Silent Auctions featuring many unique items and experiences. 

Get Involved

We would love to have you on board! Our Parents Association of Monica Ros (PAM) puts on the auction; everything from the fun decor items to the event’s theme and timeline come from parent input. Join us at PAM meetings on the first Wednesday of the month, 8:45am in Meyer Hall, to get involved.  

 

Thank You Again to our 2017 Event Sponsors

  • Puretec Industrial Water
  • Primary Medical
  • California Auctioneers
  • The Harris Family
  • The Long Family
  • The Martel/Benson Family
  • Quirk Law Firm, LLP
  • Friend’s Ranches
  • Strauss & Strauss, A.P.C.
  • Suzanne’s Cuisine
  • Christopher Welch, Attorney at Law
  • Two Trees Architect
  • Casa Barranca Winery
  • Tonya Peralta Real Estate Team
  • Ellen Nightingale, Speech Language Pathologist
  • Rincon Property Management
  • Frontier Paint
  • Topa Topa Brewery
  • Ojai Plant Works
  • Gail Hercher Clay Camp