Luxury Picnic w/ Photoshoot & Mini Makeover

Luxury Picnic w/ Photoshoot & Mini Makeover

About This Auction

If you are looking for a memorable way to celebrate an upcoming anniversary, proposal, birthday, parent/child bonding, or just a special day, this package is for you! Through the generosity of the following businesses, this package is everything listed and so much more. Picnic Perfection 307 donated your choice of luxury picnic setups complete with a charcuterie spread and a photoshoot. Once you've picked the date you can schedule your mini-makeovers with a gift certificate from Citizen Shave and Hair by Mickee. At the picnic, you can enjoy a glass or two of fine wine from Mesa Liquor, and you can gift a lovely turquoise necklace from Fagan Diamonds Jewelers to your picnic partner. It's all tucked inside the keepsake picnic basket to remind you of the special day every time you picnic in the future. The whole package is decked out for Christmas in case you want to gift someone this special day for the holiday
2021 Festival of Trees

About This Event

"Together, we Shine as One"

Saturday, December 4, 2021
The Clarion Inn - Casper, WY

Teddy Bear Tea 1 PM-3 PM.
This is a “sneak peek” at the Festival of Trees for children and families to visit and take pictures with Santa.
A donation of a new Teddy Bear, mittens, or winter hats would be appreciated.

The Festival of Trees 
Doors Open             5:00 PM 
Hors-d'oeuvres      5:00 PM
Live auction            6:30 PM
Enjoy an evening of beautifully decorated trees, holiday decorations, locally catered cuisine, live and silent auctions, and Special Olympics Wyoming USA Games athletes, coaches, and volunteers raising awareness for Special Olympics Wyoming athletes and how they have trained and competed in 2021. Hear their stories, and share the joy and excitement as they celebrate another year of success.

Masks are highly recommended for all guests and volunteers attending the Teddy Bear Tea and Festival of Trees. The population Special Olympics Wyoming serves is considered high risk. People with intellectual disabilities are six times more vulnerable to loss of life due to COVID-19.  It is Special Olympics Wyoming’s responsibility to create a safe environment for our athletes and their families, and our commitment to the health and well-being of everyone involved at our events remains a top priority.