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					LITTLE WONDERS
 SPRING FLING
     2009



          DINNER

  SILENT AND LIVE AUCTION

     MUSIC & DANCING


  SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2009

     DOMENICO WINES

        SAN C ARLOS
                        TABLE OF CONTENTS
WELCOME MESSAGE F ROM THE P RESIDENT .......................................................... 3

EVENING PROGRAM ................................................................................................ 4

LITTLE WONDERS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
         HONORARY S ERVICE AWARD…………………………………….. .... 5
         DONORS & SUPPORTERS……………………………………… .......... 8
         LITTLE WONDERS GRAND R ESERVES……………………………… .. 9
         SPRING F LING AND AUCTION COMMITTEES……………….…. ......... 10

AUCTION RULES .................................................................................................... 11

SILENT AUCTION
          100 SERIES: AROUND THE HOUSE………………….……………..... 13
          200 SERIES: PAMPER YOURSELF…………………………………… 17
          300 SERIES: FITNESS & ENTERTAINMENT………………………….. 21
          400 SERIES: JUST FOR KIDS………………………………………. .. 24
          500 SERIES: FOOD & WINE……………………………………… .... 33
          600 SERIES: FUND-A-NEED……………………………………….. . 35

LIVE AUCTION ....................................................................................................... 37

ABSENTEE BID FORM ............................................................................................ 39




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               SPRING FLING WELCOME
Welcome to the 2009 Little Wonders Spring Fling and Auction!

I know that you will enjoy this evening’s food, fun and the fabulous finds on the auction tables! On behalf of
the Board of Directors, I would like to thank you for attending and supporting the school tonight. The Spring
Fling is our most important fundraising event of the year, representing an important portion of the school’s
operating budget. The monies raised from your bids this evening go directly to maintaining our beautiful
facility, continuing the unique programs and services Little Wonders offers and retaining our incredible
teachers – all while helping keep our tuition low.

Last year we introduced a very successful “Fund-a-Need” program at the auction, which gives you the
opportunity to make donations directly towards the purchase of special items for the school, like a new CD
player for the classroom or a “Tot Tree” for the yard! This year, we’ve added the opportunity to make a
donation to our Wonderwork Fund and help maintain the scholarships that we offer to families who may not
otherwise be able to participate at Little Wonders. We hope everyone will take a look at the “Fund-a-Need”
section and find something they would like to support.

An evening like this is clearly the result of a lot of hard work by the many parents on the Auction,
Contributions and Spring Fling Committees. In particular, I would like to thank Cheryl Enright and Lori
Jabagchourian, our Spring Fling Co-Chairs, for their tremendous efforts in organizing this event. Special
thanks also go to our Auction Chair, Holly Trollman, and our Contributions Co-Chairs, Che ryl Hagedorn,
Ting Lee and Meg McLaughlin, for the hours and hours they spent making sure that our auction is a
success.

We also need to express our gratitude to all of the donors and event sponsors, many of whom are Little
Wonders parents, alumni and friends. There would be no Spring Fling without your generosity!

Thank you all again for joining together this evening to help support our school. Enjoy and good luck!

Cheers,

Stacey Klausner
President, Little Wonders




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     EVENING PROGRAM

6:30 P.M.                 2009 SPRING FLING BEGINS !

6:30 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.     SILENT AUCTION
                          WINE & APPETIZERS

8:00 P.M.                 DINNER SERVED

8:15 P.M.                 PRESIDENT’S WELCOME
                               HONORARY SERVICE AWARD
                               NOTABLE MENTIONS

8:30 P.M.                 DIRECTOR’S WELCOME
                          LIVE AUCTION

9:00 P.M.                 DESSERT & COFFEE SERVED

9:30 P.M.                 AUCTION C HECKOUT

9:30 P.M. – 11:00. P.M.   TIME TO D ANCE !!

11:00 P.M.                LITTLE WONDERS SPRING FLING C LOSES




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                       LITTLE WONDERS
                     ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

                     HONORARY SERVICE AWARD
The Honorary Service Award was established in 1995 to recognize those exceptional individuals who
exemplify the spirit of service that Little Wonders values so highly. This year we were very fortunate to
have ten nominees for the Service Award. The ten women who were nominated this year - Paige Bacon,
Jessica Campbell, Mei Chen, Lori Jabagchourian, Heidi Schell, Karen Senffner, Janet Tierney, Holly
Trollman, Kathy Tofigh, and Katharine Wilson all exemplify the spirit of the award by doing a tremendous
amount for our school and for the greater community. Congratulations!



Paige Bacon
Paige attends Little Wonders with her daughter, Caroline, and is expecting another little girl in May. After having been
an incredible class liaison in her first year at the school, she joined the Little Wonders Board as VP Liaison this year.
In addition to her regular responsibilities in that position, she has also served as the class liaison for the Thursday PM
class. Paige has put in countless hours helping expand our existing relationship with First Step for Families at Shelter
Network, moving it from one of financial and Christmas-time support, to helping provide an integral part of their
program through the new Parent Education Series. She was also instrumental in coordinating the remodel of the
children’s room at Shelter Network that was made possible by the Wonderwork community outreach fund and the
generosity of our parents. Currently, Paige also serves on the auxiliary committee for PARCA, raising money and
awareness for developmentally disabled children and adults on the Peninsula. She is an active member of the
Burlingame Mothers’ Club, having previously served on their Board as a Membership Chair. She and her husband also
volunteer at Shelter Network, donating food and helping with Spring Cleaning and other projects.


Jessica Campbell
This is Jessica’s second year as a parent at Little Wonders. She and her daughter, Sierra, are currently in the Monday
PM Class, where Jessica serves marvelously as the class liaison. She has also contributed articles for WonderWords.
Jessica has been recognized for being an incredible co-oping parent, always ready to help solve conflicts in the
classroom, and a real leader for the class. She is the first to brainstorm ideas, and she deftly manages class projects and
gifts. In addition, Jessica works full time as a Group Fitness Director for Reach Fitness. She teaches all kinds of dance,
yoga and creative movement classes for adults and children alike. Using her background in dance, Jessica also works
with the non-profit organization Leap…imagination in learning, as part of their visiting artist in residence program,
serving to enrich creative arts education at elementary and middle schools throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.




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Mei Chen
Mei has been at Little Wonders for five straight years with her two children – first, her daughter Avery and now, her
son Henry – and, she is expecting her third child this spring. She currently is serving her second term as the Treasurer
on the Little Wonders Board of Directors, and has provided excellent guidance, leadership and prudence in managing
the school’s budget and forecasting for next year. This is the fourth consecutive year that Mei has been nominated for
the Honorary Service Award. This year, Mei has continued to go above and beyond the scope of her job, organizing
and creating a file of key documents and information for quick access in the Director’s office, creating and conducting
parent surveys, and helping to make sure that all aspects of the Tot Spot pilot program were examined throughout the
course of the year. She has been critical in making sure that all of the school’s financial, legal a nd insurance
requirements are met. In addition to being a pleasure to work with on the Board, and an incredible co-oping parent in
the classroom, Mei shares her skills in a variety of other volunteer efforts. For the past five years, Mei has been a
member of the Board at Juma Ventures, a non-profit organization that provides work opportunities and training
programs to low-income, at-risk youth in San Francisco, and is currently serving as their Board Chair. She has also
been the treasurer for her undergraduate class at Wellesley for the past five years, a term that will end this summer
when new officers are elected at her 15 year reunion. Additionally, Mei is active in the Burlingame Mother’s Club,
through her playgroup (which continues to meet after five years) and In-A-Pinch meals.

Lori Jabagchourian
This is Lori’s second year at Little Wonders with her son, Aram. After having been a member of the Spring Fling
Committee last year, she stepped up to serve as one of the Co-Chairs of the event this year and has been wonderful in
that role. Lori ran a half-marathon for Team in Training and raised $7,000 to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society (far surpassing the $3,000 goal set for her.) She volunteers to prepare and serve lunch for the senior citizens of
the Armenian Relief Society in San Francisco, and is a Committee Member of the KVZ Armenian School Alumni
Association. Lori is also active in the Burlingame Mother’s Club. She founded the Social Club, a sub-club to promote
information, support, friendship and community to mothers along the peninsula. Lori volunteers for the In-A-Pinch
program, delivering meals to new and expecting families. She has successfully worked with the BMC to extend this
service to families with hospitalized children, such as Magglio Boscarino. Lori also helps raise funds for Magglio, a
one and a half year old boy living with Pompe disease (a rare neuromuscular genetic disorder). Lori attends Little
Hands in Belmont with Aram and she is passionate about being an active member in her community.

Heidi Schell
Heidi is in her second year at Little Wonders with her daughter, Daryn. This year, she joined the Board of Directors as
the Development Chair, responsible for all of our fundraising activities. Heidi has brought incredible conscie ntiousness
to all the details of this position, and has done a wonderful job overseeing her committees. She has also been
recognized for being a great help to other parents in her class. Outside of Little Wonders, Heidi conducts bird surveys
once a month at Edgewood County Park on behalf of San Mateo County Parks to monitor overall resident and
migrating bird populations. She is currently serving on the steering committee of the San Mateo County Parks
Foundation to help plan this year’s Tour de Peninsula fundraising bike ride, and is also serving as the alumni chair for
San Francisco University High School’s Capital Campaign. If Heidi looks familiar to you, you may be recognizing her
from her “Aha Moment” Mutual of Omaha television ad. She donated the proceeds of that appearance to fund
scholarships for several girls at Hekima Place, a Kenyan boarding school that provides a stable home and the
opportunity to receive an elementary and secondary education for girls who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS.

Karen Senffner
Karen and her daughter, Sylvie, have been at Little Wonders for two years. After serving as the Events Assistant last
year, she stepped up to join the Board of Directors as Events Chair and has overseen her many committees with
characteristic grace and thoughtfulness. All of our regular events this year have been well organized and streamlined,
not to mention, a whole lot of fun! However, rather than rest on a job well done, she arranged for an additional special
event for our community – a family yoga class at Nandi Yoga. Not only was a good time had by all, but the proceeds
were donated back to the school. In addition, Karen and her husband maintain an ongoing relationship with the Esalen
Institute in Big Sur (a retreat center renown for alternative and experiential education) where she has taught, worked
and studied. She also works part-time as a home health physical therapist, and teaches courses in Zero Balancing,
which is a hands-on method of body energy and structure alignment. Her joy and enthus iasm in her work are a true
testament to following your passions.


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Janet Tie rney
Janet has been a parent at Little Wonders for three years, with her daughters Melanie and Lillian. In that time she has
served on the Contributions Committee, the Halloween Party and, this year, as the VP Liaison Assistant. She will
return next year as the VP Liaison on the Board of Directors. Janet has been very active as part of the Outreach
Committee this year, helping with the Shelter Network Holiday Giving program, set-up of the new Family
Connections’ site in Redwood City and the book drive to benefit Family Connections. Most notably, she has been
instrumental in organizing the new initiative sponsored by Little Wonders through the Wonderwork fund – a Parent
Education Speaker Series at Shelter Network, which provides the parents at the First Step for Families with the kind of
resources and information we are so fortunate to receive as part of the curriculum here at school. Janet has recruited
speakers and educators to make the presentations, assisted with curriculum, arranged for childcare providers during the
sessions (as well as providing childcare herself) and been involved in every aspect of the program from set-up to clean-
up, and all points in between.

Holly Trollman
Holly has two children, daughter Stella and son Nathaniel. This is Holly’s third year at Little Wonders, and her second
straight year of serving as the Co-Chair for the Auction. In fact, she has had to step up as the sole Auction Chair this
year, when her Co-Chair moved away shortly after the beginning of the year. This has meant not only extra work for
her, but a real reshaping of the way the entire Auction Committee worked. It was a challenge that Holly has met with
grace, good spirit and success. She has also been working with the team to implement the use of specialized auction
software for the first time at Little Wonders, something that will help streamline the processes of our key fundraiser in
coming years. In addition to working part-time managing the office of her husband’s landscape construction business,
Holly also served this year on the Auction Committee at her daughter’s preschool, UMC Co-Op Nursery School in
Burlingame. She is also a member of the Burlingame Mother’s Club.


Kathy Tofigh
Kathy has three sons, oldest James and twins, Jason and Luke. This is her fourth year at Little Wonders, and she has
previously served on the Board of Directors as Jobs Chair and, most recently, as President. This year, Kathy is serving
as one of the Director’s Assistants, providing invaluable help and perspective on a variety of projects. As a key part of
her position this year, Kathy was instrumental in organizing the evening with Denise Pope speaking about avoiding
stress and over-scheduling our children, which Little Wonders co-sponsored with Saint Paul’s Nursery School in
February. This event was an extraordinary first collaboration for the two schools, rivaling events put on by much larger
groups, and was such a great success that the partnership will continue to bring major speakers in to present for our
parents and the greater community. In addition to all she has done for Little Wonders, Kathy also serves on the Board
of Directors of Saint Paul’s Nursery School and is an active member of the Burlingame Mother’s Club.


Katharine Wilson
Katharine Wilson has attended Little Wonders for the past two years with her son, Henry. On April 6th , she welcomed
another future Little Wonder, her daughter, Eleanor. This year, Katharine has been recognized as an extraordinary
class liaison for the Tuesday PM class. She is knowledgeable and dedicated to creating a cohesive community for the
parents, as well as being an exemplary co-op participant and a real pleasure to have in the classroom. Katharine
previously served on the school’s Auction Committee. In addition to her time at Little Wonders, Katharine currently
serves on the Board of the Burlingame Mother’s Club as one of the Outing Committee Coordinators. She is also a
provisional member of the Hillsborough Auxiliary to the Family Service Agency of San Mateo County, which is a
group of women dedicated to supporting Family Service’s mission of changing the lives of families in need, through
fund raising and volunteer efforts.




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                            DONORS & SUPPORTERS
The 2008-2009 Board of Directors extends its sincere gratitude to all of our donors. As Little Wonders’ donors, you are
the pillars of our organization, providing strong examples of our community’s interest and support. Thank you all for
your philanthropy.

  GRAND PATRONS – Donations $1,000 and over
  VANESSA LOVE & JULIAN BASLER                                   OAKLAND ATHLETICS
  COASTAL KITCHEN DESIGN                                         SUSAN P OWELL, P AISLEY P OWELL DESIGNS
  I-IMM ERSION INSTITUTE, LANGOKIDS                              FAN WEN
  MIREILLE & TOM MCKEE                                           RICH AND GERRI WONG

  PATRONS – Donations $500 to $999
  COASTSIDE P HOTOGRAPHY STUDIO                                  THE MCLAUGHLIN FAMILY
  COTCHETT , P ITRE AND MCCARTHY                                 THE WILLIAM S AND PARIKH FAMILY
  THE COTTAGES OF NAPA VALLEY                                    RICHARDSON PHOTOGRAPHY
  CRYSTAL SPRINGS CATERING                                       SAN MATEO MARRIOTT
  THE HARTLEY FAM ILY                                            SERENA AND LILY
  JONY SCHWARTZ DESIGN GROUP                                     DR. KAREN YEE

  FRIENDS – Donations from $100 to $499
  A NEW TWIST                                                    MISTRAL RESTAURANT
  ANSEL ADAM S GALLERY                                           THE MUSIC SCHOOL
  BAB-E-APRONS                                                   MYGYM
  BABY BOOT CAMP                                                 P AM'S P LAYGROUPS
  DENIS BROWNE                                                   P ASTA POM ODORO
  BUTTERFLY COUNSELING                                           P ENINSULA GYM NASTICS
  CELEBRATIONS FOR HIRE                                          P ERSONAL JEWELRY S ERVICES
  CENTER HARDWARE                                                P UTNAM LEXUS
  THE CHEN FAM ILY                                               ROBERT NEBOLON ARCHITECTS
  CHRISTINA HOM AND FAMILY                                       THE ROSENBAUM FAM ILY AND AM BLESIDE LOGIC
  CHRISTIAN HUEBNER INTERIORS, INC                               SAN MATEO COUNTY PARKS FOUNDATION
  CLASSIC KIDS P HOTOGRAPHY                                      MICHELLE SARRAIL
  CYNTHIA 'S COSTUMES AND PARTIES                                THE SCHELL FAM ILY
  DAPHNE'S GREEK CAFÉ                                            SCOOP STUDIO P ILATES
  DISNEYLAND RESORT                                              SECURICHECK INFORMATION SERVICES
  EQUINOX                                                        KAREN SENFFNER
  FLORESCA P RODUCTIONS                                          SF SOUP COMPANY
  FRUITION WOM EN'S HEALTH                                       SHEILA KRAKOW P HOTOGRAPHY
  GARDEN COURT HOTEL                                             STEVIE SKLAR
  GYM BOREE RETAIL                                               SOUS KITCHEN
  THE HAGGARTY FAM ILY                                           SPORTS BASEM ENT
  THE HARRIS FAM ILY                                             STEPHANIE WATTSON
  JOCKEY P ERSON TO P ERSON                                      SUSAN WRIGHT
  JONES FAM ILY VINEYARDS                                        SUZANNE ZAINO
  JUST P EACHEY CATERING                                         TINY P RINTS
  KING'S SWIM ACADEM Y                                           TRAVELING TEA P ARTIES
  CRYSTAL KWOK                                                   TRIO SALON
  LAUREN KADER YOGA                                              JEFF AND CAROL TRUE
  LITTLE WONDERS BOARD OF DIRECTORS                              LALEH VAKILI, DDS AND LADAN VAKILI, DDS
  LITTLE WONDERS STAFF                                           WORLDWIDE CHIROPRACTIC
  MALOUF'S OF BURLINGAM E                                        THE WRITE INVITE STATIONERY
  METAM ORPHOSIS MASSAGE THERAPY

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SPONSORS – Donations under $100
ACQUAPAZZA RISTORANTE                                     LAWRENCE HALL OF SCIENCE
AH SAM                                                    KRISTAN LEATHERM AN
ALANA'S CAFÉ                                              LILDUM PLINGS.COM
B STREET AND VINE                                         LIZ MAGNEE-SCHALCH
BAREFOOT BOOKS                                            MEGAN MICHAEL
BAY AREA DISCOVERY MU SEUM                                MARYANN MOCANU
BROADWAY BY THE BAY                                       MOVEM ENT FITNESS
BURGER KING                                               FELICIA NG
AM ANDA CAM PODONICO                                      P INKIES NAIL SALON
CHARLES M. SCHULZ MUSEUM & RESEARCH CENTER                P LANET GRANITE
CHILDREN'S DISCOVERY MU SEUM                              P RINCESS CLIPS-IN-WAITING
COYOTE POINT MUSEUM                                       P UMP IT UP
DEHOFF'S KEY MARKET                                       P URPLE BIRD DESIGNS
DREAM DINNERS                                             RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT MUSEUM
ZARA FRITTS                                               SAFARI RUN
GUM SHOE                                                  SAM'S CHOWDER HOUSE
HAPPY HOLLOW P ARK & ZOO                                  SAN FRANCISCO ZOO
HILLBARN THEATRE                                          SAN MATEO COUNTY DEPT OF PARKS
HILLER AVIATION MUSEUM                                    SIBBY'S CUPCAKERY
HILLSDALE MALL                                            TALBOTS
DARYN KAGAN                                               ROBERTA TEM PLEM AN
JOHANNA KING                                              TINY TREKS
KINGFISH                                                  WINGWALKER'S BAKING CO
LARK CREEK STEAK                                          BONNIE WORTHINGTON


        A special thanks to all the Little Wonders classes for contributing amazing class baskets and
                                            projects to our auction!



         LITTLE WONDERS GRAND RESERVES
We would like to express our deep appreciation to the following people who dedicate so much time and
effort to creating and seeking to continuously improve our children’s experience at Little Wonders.


Teachers                     Board of Directors
Mireille McKee (Director)    President: Stacey Klausner            Events Chair: Karen Senffner
Roberta Templeman            VP Registrar: Jenese Sieben           Jobs Chair: Terese Piazza
Suzanne Zaino                VP Liaison: Paige Bacon               Publicity Chair: Bryn Hartley
                             Secretary: Erin Laser                 Facilities Manager: Annie Hansen
                             Treasurer: Mei Chen                   Technology Director: Mandy Arendtsz
                             Development Chair: Heidi Schell       San Mateo Council Rep: Allyson Kim




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     SPRING FLING & AUCTION COMMITTEES
Our sincere gratitude goes to the many parent volunteers who worked incredibly hard to make the Spring Fling a
success. Thank you all for your time, talents, dedication and patience throughout the planning process!



Events Chair                             Auction Chair                            Contributions Co-Chairs
Karen Senffner                           Holly Trollman                           Cheryl Hagedorn
                                                                                  Ting Lee
                                                                                  Meg McLaughlin
Spring Fling Co-Chairs                   Auction Committee
Cheryl Enright                           Robin Gage
Lori Jabagchourian                       Kelly Griggs                             Contributions Committee
                                         Kasumi Ito                               Tracey Bilter
                                         Amanda Moran                             May Duong
Spring Fling Committee                   Bernadette Pearson                       Bitna Hu
Jennifer Carroll                         Mary Power-Quinn                         Denise Hui
Rachel Emanuel                           Laura Rubinchik                          Kate Kay
Zara Fritts                              Gretchen Weitzman                        Anne Larsson
Allison Keenan                           Jennifer Wolosin                         Sara Palladino
Crystal Kwok                                                                      Regan Parikh
Jennifer Morris                                                                   Sammi Wang
Angela Smailey                           Auction Word Processor                   Wendy Zhong
Maral Suakjian                           Cristina Smart Itzkovitz
Tina Sun
Lisa Vina                                                                         Packaging Committee
Kat Wright                               Class Projects Coordinator               Martina Hamidouche
Sana Zeidan                              Mun Mun Singh                            Teri Handelman
Margo Zimmerman                                                                   Beth Madia
                                                                                  Karen Vezinaw
                                         Auctioneer                               Susan Wright
Development Chair                        Stevie Sklar
Heidi Schell
                                                                                  Service Booklet Committee
                                         Spring Fling Photo                       Laura Allen
                                         Slideshow Produce r                      Scott Williams
                                         Renato Floresca




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                            AUCTION RULES
SILENT AUCTION
   1.    The Silent Auction will be open for bidding at 6:30 p.m. and will close promptly at 8:00 p.m.
         The highest bid on the bid sheet at closing time constitutes the winner. To be valid, the highest
         bid must be greater than the next highest bid by at least the amount of the stated minimum raise.

   2.    Each item in the Silent Auction has a bid sheet. Persons may bid by printing their name, bid
         number, and their bid amount neatly on the bid sheet. Under no circumstances may the auction
         bid sheet be removed.

   3.    Initial bid must equal or exceed the opening bid indicated on the bid sheet.

   4.    In the event of a dispute, an auction official will conduct an oral auction between the disputing
         parties.

   5.    Payment in full by the successful bidder is to be made to Little Wonders on the night of the
         auction. Payment may be made by cash, check, Visa or MasterCard at the cashier’s desk.

   6.    All sales are final and there will be no exchange or refund on items. Purchasers are bound by the
         restrictions specified by the Donors.

   7.    All tangible items must be removed from Domenico Wines by the purchase r at his/her expense on
         April 25, 2009, the night of the auction. Please pick up items at the cashier’s desk.

   8.    All Auction items and services must be used by April 25, 2010, unless otherwise specified.

Please note: Values stated for auction items are estimates received primarily from donors and have not
been verified. Little Wonders neither warrants nor represents that the values set forth are accurate. As such,
Little Wonders shall not be responsible for the accuracy of the estimated values for any purpose. Reliance
on the estimated values provided to Little Wonders is at the purchaser’s own risk. The amount deductible
as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes is limited to the excess of actual purchase price
over the "Estimated Donor Value", or fair market value of the item. Please consult your tax advisor about
your specific tax situation.

Winners do not need to be present. Gifts are not exchangeable; winners responsible for any applicable
taxes. Dates for services, vacation homes, parties, etc. are to be arranged by mutual conve nience between
purchaser and donor. Time periods designated for use of homes, restaurants, gift certificates, event tickets,
services, hotels and resorts are not subject to change. Please note that donated gift certificates may not be
subject to California law prohibiting expiration.




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LIVE AUCTION
   1.    The Live Auction will begin at approximately 8:30 p.m. and continue until all items have been
         auctioned. The highest bid declared by the auctioneer as legitimate constitutes the winner.

   2.    Decisions of the Auctioneer shall be final.

   3.    An auction official will collect the names, bid numbers and phone numbers of declared winners at
         the time of the Live Auction.

   4.    Payment in full by the successful bidder is to be made to Little Wonders on the night of the
         auction. Payment may be made by cash, check, Visa or MasterCard at the cashier’s desk.

   5.    All sales are final and there will be no exchange or refund on items. Purchasers are bound by the
         restrictions specified by the donors.

   6.    All tangible items must be removed from Domenico Wines by the purchaser at his/her expense on
         April 25, 2009, the night of the auction. Please pick up items at the cashier’s desk.

   7.    All Auction items and services must be used by April 25, 2010, unless otherwise specified.

Please note: Values stated for auction items are estimates received primarily from donors and have not
been verified. Little Wonders neither warrants nor represents that the values set forth are accurate. As such,
Little Wonders shall not be responsible for the accuracy of the estimated values for any purpose. Reliance
on the estimated values provided to Little Wonders is at the purchaser’s own risk. The amount deductible
as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes is limited to the excess of actual purchase price
over the "Estimated Donor Value", or fair market value of the item. Please consult your tax advisor about
your specific tax situation.

Winners do not need to be present. Gifts are not exchangeable; winners responsible for any applicable
taxes. Dates for services, vacation homes, parties, etc. are to be arranged by mutual convenience between
purchaser and donor. Time periods designated for use of homes, restaurants, gift certificates, event tickets,
services, hotels and resorts are not subject to change. Please note that donated gift certificates may not be
subject to California law prohibiting expiration.




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                     SILENT AUCTION
                       AROUND THE HOUSE
100      YOU’RE ON YOUR WAY TO YOUR DREAM HOME
Featured in "House * Modern" magazine for his residential work, Robert Nebolon is a local architect with
residential and small commercial projects in both Northern and Southern California. He specializes in
modern residential projects and modern beach houses, as well as kitchen remodels, additions, and
landscapes. This two hour architectural consultation will be invaluable as you build, re-do, or just
fantasize about your dream home. To view Robert’s projects visit http://www.rnarchitect.com/.
Donor: Robert Nebolon Architects
Value: $300.00                   Minimum Bid: $100.00
101      BRING YOUR PHOTOS TO LIFE
Floresca Productions specializes in transforming home video footage and still photos into captivating short
music videos. The end result is a one-of-a-kind DVD that you, your friends and your family will enjoy
watching again and again. You'll provide up to 50 digital photos of your child's first year, a special
birthday or anniversary celebration, or any other event or moment you want to bring to life, and Floresca
Productions will do the rest, creating an unforgettable slide show montage set to music. Sample videos
and slide shows can be viewed at http://www.florescaproductions.com.
Donor: Floresca Productions
Value: $300.00                    Minimum Bid: $100.00
102      ANSEL ADAMS
Exclusively from the family-owned Ansel Adams Gallery, this beautiful Special Edition Photograph is
hand made from Ansel Adams' original negative (image date circa 1943.) Entitled Mt. Ansel Adams, Lyell
Fork of Merced River, Yosemite National Park, it depicts one of Adams' favorite areas in
Yosemite. Although Mt. Ansel Adams was named posthumously, the delightful camp spot below was a
place where he entertained VIPs including Georgia O'Keeffe. The SFMOMA will be featuring Georgia
O'Keeffe and Ansel Adams: Natural Affinities from May 30 - Sept 7, 2009. This exhibition brings together
nearly 100 works from the painter and the photographer, revealing the parallels between their distinctive
visions of the natural world. Photograph comes “as is” with frame and matting.
Donor: Ansel Adams Gallery
Value: $225.00                    Minimum Bid: $100.00
103      CAPTURE YOUR FAMILY IN TIME
This is an extraordinary opportunity to have the family portrait you've always wanted created on the
magnificent Half Moon Bay coast by master photographer Tamara Trejo. This gift certificate is good for a
family portrait sitting & an heirloom quality 11"x14" fine art portrait. Quality framing is available upon
request.
Donor: Coastside Photography Studio
Value: $550.00                  Minimum Bid: $200.00
104      DIVINE DESIGNER
Need an interior design intervention? Let Jony Schwartz of Jony Schwartz Design help you get the look of
your dreams. Jony has won awards for her work on the ASID Atherton Showcase House and was
selected as one of the "Fresh Faces of Design" by California Home and Design Magazine. Her work has
been featured in numerous Bay area publications such as the San Francisco Chronicle and Palo Alto
Weekly. This package includes two hours of design consultation, which can include, but is not limited to:
space planning, paint consultation, reconfiguring existing layouts or display recommendations. Expires
10/1/09.
Donor: Jony Schwartz Design Group
Value: $500.00                 Minimum Bid: $150.00


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105     SAY CHEESE! CLASSIC KIDS PHOTO SHOOT
Because they're only young once, make the most of your photographic memories. Classic Kids
Photography in Burlingame will capture your children in pictures you will always treasure. This item
includes black/white portrait sitting for up to two subjects and one 8x10 black/white archival
photograph. Expires 4/25/10.

Donor: Classic Kids Photography
Value: $455.00                  Minimum Bid: $220.00

106     JUST A NOTE
Have the perfect note paper on hand when you receive a birthday gift, attend a dinner party, or just want
to reach out to a friend. Use this $100 gift certificate from The Write Invite for personalized stationery,
notepads, labels or anything else of your choosing from the Gifts in Paper catalog.

Donor: The Write Invite Stationery
Value: $100.00                     Minimum Bid: $40.00

107     EVERY CREATURE NEEDS A HOME
Adorn your garden with two small, wooden decorative bird houses, hand painted in playful colors. Mount
one on your fence or porch railing and enjoy watching birds make the bird house a "bird home." Also
enjoy a watering can to water your garden and these two books on gardening from Sunset books, titled
"Container Gardening" and "The Edible Garden."

Donor: Maryann Mocanu, Susan Wright and Zara Fritts
Value: Priceless!             Minimum Bid: $50.00

108      "DINGS GOT YOU DOWN?" DETAIL
Has your car been nicked one too many times by a rogue shopping cart? Let the experts at Putnam
Lexus in Redwood City restore your car to its original luster with this gift certificate for a complete vehicle
detail. Valid through 4/1/2010 and RV's excluded!

Donor: Putnam Lexus
Value: $299.00                      Minimum Bid: $150.00

109      WILL PREPARATION SERVICES FOR YOUR FAMILY
No need to procrastinate any longer... make it a priority to put together your will. Protect your family and
have peace of mind. Includes preparation of two basic wills (one for each parent), including a one-hour
consultation and all email and telephone follow-up Q&A. Jeff is a Vice President and General Counsel for
a San Jose technology company and a member of the California State Bar Association. He has been
preparing wills and trusts for young families since 1998. For CA residents only. Offer expires
12/31/2009.

Donor: Jeff and Carol True
Value: $400.00                      Minimum Bid: $150.00

110        WHO'S WATCHING YOUR KIDS?
The best way to feel secure about leaving your kids with a nanny or babysitter is to know their history. Do
a little research on your nanny/babysitter with a free background check (driving, criminal records, etc)
through http://www.securicheck.com. Also, enjoy this signed copy of "Millionaire Babies or Bankrupt
Brats?" by Kristan Leatherman, that turns cents into sense by helping you teach your kids about money.

Donor: Securicheck Information Services and Kristan Leatherman
Value: $125.00                   Minimum Bid: $50.00




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111      BE A GUEST AT YOUR OWN DINNER PARTY
So you love the idea of hosting a dinner party, but dread the thought of pulling it off with only your toddler
and infant to help! With this package, it's a snap! Host a dinner party for four with your $200 gift certificate
from Just Peachey Catering and a $100 gift certificate from event and party planners Celebrations for Hire
to host a lovely evening with special friends. Beautify your table with fresh cut flowers from Ah Sam with
this $15 gift certificate. You'll throw a perfect party and get to enjoy it yourself!

Donor: Ah Sam, Celebrations for Hire and Just Peachey Catering
Value: $315.00                   Minimum Bid: $100.00

112      DESIGNER MAKEOVER
Create the look you've always wanted in your home with a two-hour design consultation from Christian
Huebner Interiors. Christian has 12 years of experience and has been a featured designer in the Coyote
Point Auxiliary Show House in Atherton (2003) and Dickens House (2004-2007).

Donor: Christian Huebner Interiors, Inc
Value: $300.00                    Minimum Bid: $100.00

113      DREAM DINNERS: DELICIOUS MEALS WITHOUT THE WORK
Provide your family with nutritious, wholesome, home-cooked meals with less stress! Dream Dinners in
Belmont is an innovative concept in meal preparation that eliminates menu planning, shopping, prep-work
and cleanup by moving the meal assembly process out of your kitchen and into specially equipped stores.
Use your $50 gift certificate toward a 6 or 12 meal session and choose from a variety of different meals
that you assemble, store in your freezer and then serve to your family in the weeks ahead. Expires
10/15/09. Then kick back and dare to dream with an autographed copy of former CNN anchor Daryn
Kagan's book 'What's Possible!'

Donor: Dream Dinners and Daryn Kagan
Value: $65.00                  Minimum Bid: $25.00

114       TOOL SET AND EMERGENCY RADIO
For the handyman or woman around the house, have we got tools for you! This Crescent 70-piece
Professional Tool set can be yours! Crescent hand tools are forged from the finest steel alloy ensuring
great strength, light weight and long wear. The tool set contains 3/8" drive, 1/4" drive ratchet handles;
1/4" & 3/8" x 3" extensions; 32 SAE and Metric sockets; 8 SAE hex key set; Multi-bit DuraDriver
screwdriver and 12 bits; and 12 SAE and Metric combination wrenches. Plus, be prepared for an
emergency with this Black & Decker emergency radio. Ideal for emergencies at home, on the road, or on
the lake, the Black & Decker SS925 Storm Station is equipped with a weather radio, power inverter, and
detachable flashlight. When the power goes out, the StormStation's "Find Me" light automatically turns on.
Use its 25-watt inverter to power small, essential appliances, like a clock or a cordless phone to keep lines
of communication open. You can even charge your cell phone via the 12-volt recharging port!

Donor: Center Hardware
Value: $178.00                      Minimum Bid: $75.00

115       A PICTURE'S WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
Don't let this moment slip away! Enjoy this gift certificate from Sheila Krakow Photography and Design for
a local on-location photo shoot and two portraits of your favorite image, up to 8x10.

Donor: Sheila Krakow Photography
Value: $290.00                 Minimum Bid: $140.00




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116       HAPPIEST FAMILY ON THE BLOCK
Alanna Shaw, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist and has been working with kids and their
families for over 10 years. Take advantage of her expertise with one 60 minute consultation of counseling
or support services. She has a certificate in Infant/Toddler Preschool Mental Health and recently became
a certified educator of "The Happiest Baby on the Block" program. Alanna's specialties include birth - 5,
parents of children with special needs, co-parenting, blended families, divorced families, communication
skills, & more. Please visit her website, http://www.butterflycounseling.com/.

Donor: Butterfly Counseling
Value: $100.00                     Minimum Bid: $40.00
117      PERSONAL JEWELRY SERVICES
Dan Klausner, of Personal Jewelry Services, will provide the winner's choice of an insurance or estate
appraisal of their jewelry. Personal Jewelry Services brings their equipment to a location convenient for
you (home, office, wherever you choose!) to examine your jewelry items, and then provides you with a full
valuation report. This package provides enough time for a highly detailed insurance appraisal of 2-3 high
value items (engagement ring, diamond, emerald or ruby pendant or earrings, etc.) A detailed insurance
appraisal is necessary for full value reimbursement from an insurance claim; retail value won't be paid by
an insurance company for most items. Or, choose to do an estate appraisal of 8-10 pieces. This report will
include general descriptions of all items, including research into the history of unique pieces, and a value
estimate. Visit http://www.personaljewelryservices.com. Expires in one year.

Donor: Personal Jewelry Services
Value: $350.00                   Minimum Bid: $100.00
118    FLOWERS FOR YOUR TABLE
Take home a bit of the winery this evening by purchasing one of the beautiful floral centerpieces for just
$25! Designed and created by the Spring Fling committee, these displays will brighten your table all
week! 18 centerpieces available.

Donor: Spring Fling Committee
Value: $50.00                      Fixed Bid: $25.00
119        DESIGN YOUR DREAM KITCHEN OR BATH
Have you been dreaming about designing your kitchen or bath? Coastal Kitchen Design can make your
dreams come true! From custom cabinets to the color of your countertops, CKD makes every detail fit
your needs and desires. This custom design certificate, valued at $2,500, entitles you to a consultation
and jobsite visit; a kitchen or bath layout; specifications and pricing for cabinets, appliances, countertops,
and tile; flooring recommendations; lighting plan and plumbing specs. Turn your dreams into reality! Visit
www.coastalkitchendesign.com to view some of their work.
Donor: Coastal Kitchen Design
Value: $2500.00                    Minimum Bid: $600.00
120       CHINESE ART
This 20% off coupon from Big Fat Moon is a great deal for anyone looking for new art pieces for any room
of your home. Big Fat Moon is a family-owned online store selling hand-painted art ranging from $165 to
$495. All paintings are completely hand-painted by the original artist and in stock. Modern, abstract
designs using acrylic on canvas offer styles ranging from organic and floral to urban and geometric,
including several fun sets for baby and kid’s rooms. All acrylic on canvas paintings are already stretched
and arrive ready to hang - you just need to supply the nails! They also offer Chinese Farmer's art, an
alternative form of Chinese art which is vividly colorful and detailed and uses traditional watercolor on
paper. Art is not framed, but most are produced in standard frame sizes. Please visit
www.bigfatmoon.com to learn more and see available art.

Donor: Christina Hom and Family
Value: $35.00+                  Minimum Bid: $20.00

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                          PAMPER YOURSELF
200     A WORLD APART IN THE CENTER OF EVERYTHING
Enjoy an elegant retreat in the heart of downtown Palo Alto. One night stay in a deluxe room with a
queen bed. Valid Friday-Sunday, expires 10/25/09.

Donor: Garden Court Hotel

Value: $299.00                     Minimum Bid: $150.00

201      STRAIGHTEN UP AND TAKE NOTE!
Is your back feeling a little "out of whack"? Are you trying to sort through all the information about how to
live a healthy lifestyle? Worldwide Chiropractic treats a variety of conditions, from back and neck pain
and rehabilitation after an injury, to improving your diet and increasing the overall quality of your
health. Take the entire family in for an exam, x-ray, and consultation and get on track to a healthier
you! Valid for up to 4 people, expires 12/31/09.

Donor: Worldwide Chiropractic
Value: $350.00                     Minimum Bid: $150.00

202      GLAM UP FOR THE SUMMER
Spend a day getting glamorous with beauty treatments in Burlingame! Enjoy a Kerastase hair treatment,
custom tailored to your hair type, followed by a haircut, blow-dry and style at Trio Salon. Next, walk down
the block to Pinkies Salon and get those toes flip-flop ready with your gift certificate for not one, but TWO,
deluxe pedicures! (Treat a friend!)

Donor: Trio Salon and Pinkies Nail Salon
Value: $204.00                    Minimum Bid: $100.00

203        MOM'S DAY ON BURLINGAME AVE.
Shopping on the Avenue, what could be better? With selections for men and women ranging from casual
clothing to business dress, traditional to couture, from the world's top designers, Malouf's has been
outfitting the most discriminating dressers since 1949. Spruce up your spring and summer wardrobe with
this $150 gift certificate to Malouf's. May be applied to regularly-priced Mens and Womens wear. Expires
7/30/09.

Donor: Malouf's of Burlingame
Value: $150.00                     Minimum Bid: $75.00

204      CRUISING THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY IN STYLE
Enjoy a one-of-a-kind, personalized tour of the San Francisco Bay for 4 adults on a 34-foot Catalina
sailboat. The possibilities are endless! Your tour will include a spectacular sail with an experienced
captain to include possible routes around Alcatraz, along the city front or Angel Island. Picnic lunch, with
wine and cheese, included. The sail will begin and end at the Berkeley Marina. Dates and times to be
arranged with the "Captain," depending on weather and seasonal patterns.             Must be redeemed by
November 2009.

Donor: The Hartley Family
Value: $500.00                     Minimum Bid: $200.00




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205      SUMMER GETAWAY IN THE SIERRAS
Enjoy the beauty of the Sierra's with a 3-night stay in a cabin on Huntington Lake. This is the perfect
getaway for a family or couple who appreciates nature, or just wants to learn! Stay just a short drive away
from the lake, which offers glass-like conditions in the morning and early evenings, perfect for water skiing
or kayaking. Daytime on the lake offers one of the best sailing lakes in the Sierra's. Other activities
include hiking, mono hot springs (a 30 minute drive), or just lounging around, reading, cocktails and
enjoying nature. Located in the Sierra's (a four hour drive from the Peninsula) at 7,000 feet, this cozy two
bedroom, one bathroom cabin is better than camping. Small kitchen with all the essentials, small living
room with charming wood burning stove, and two small bedrooms for sleeping. One room equipped with a
queen bed and the other room has two bunk beds. A deck surrounds the cabin and even has a tent
structure for sleeping or outside fun! Plus a fire pit for nighttime campfires and smores -- this is one trip
the whole family is sure to enjoy! Cabin is available from June through August.

Donor: The Williams and Parikh Family
Value: $750.00                   Minimum Bid: $250.00

206       NAPA VALLEY RETREAT - 1 OF 3
Enjoy a brief respite from your busy world in the lovely Napa Valley! This getaway includes a 1 night stay
in your own private Deluxe King Cottage (their largest cottage!) at the Cottages of Napa Valley in
Yountville. You'll enjoy a fresh breakfast basket delivered to your cottage each morning, along with in-
room gourmet tea and coffee. Then take a rejuvenating nap, a long soak in the bathtub for two, cozy up
in robes and slippers provided, and then look at the stars from your own private garden with wood-burning
fireplace. Indulgence at its best! Stays at the Cottages are available Sunday - Thursday year round, and
on weekends (Fri/Sat) only from December through March. Expires 4/25/10.

Donor: The Cottages of Napa Valley
Value: $250.00                   Minimum Bid: $125.00

207     NAPA VALLEY RETREAT - 2 OF 3
See description for Item #206

Donor: The Cottages of Napa Valley
Value: $250.00                   Minimum Bid: $125.00

208     NAPA VALLEY RETREAT - 3 OF 3
See description for Item #206

Donor: The Cottages of Napa Valley
Value: $250.00                   Minimum Bid: $125.00

209       MASSAGE…AHHHHH
Relax and unwind every muscle with a one hour Swedish massage in a peaceful oasis at Metamorphsis
massage in Foster City. Certified Massage Practitioner, Shelley Giambastiani, CMT, applies her twenty
years of experience in chronic pain management therapy techniques with her specialized massage
training to provide a touch that is nurturing, releasing and relaxing to the areas of pain and stress. Using
a combination of intuition, specific massage techniques and sensitivity, she strives to offer each client the
renewal, healing and relaxation care needed for optimal wellness. Shelley offers pre-natal, sports, injury
recovery, pain management and trigger point release techniques. You deserve it so treat yourself today!

Donor: Metamorphosis Massage Therapy
Value: $70.00                 Minimum Bid: $35.00




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210       EASE YOUR TENSION AND YOUR APPETITE!
Relax and unwind every muscle with a one hour Swedish massage in a peaceful oasis at Metamorphsis
massage in Foster City. Certified Massage Practitioner, Shelley Giambastiani, CMT, applies her twenty
years of experience in chronic pain management therapy techniques with her specialized massage
training to provide a touch that is nurturing, releasing and relaxing to the areas of pain and stress. Using
a combination of intuition, specific massage techniques and sensitivity, she strives to offer each client the
renewal, healing and relaxation care needed for optimal wellness. Shelley offers pre-natal, sports, injury
recovery, pain management and trigger point release techniques. After your massage, head to Daphne's
Greek Cafe and enjoy some authentic Greek food with your $40 gift certificate.

Donor: Daphne's Greek Café and Metamorphosis Massage Therapy
Value: $110.00                 Minimum Bid: $50.00

211       HIGH TEA PARTY
Be a guest at your own tea party for 8, while California Culinary Academy graduate Gladys Chandler
brings the party to you! You provide the setting and the company, and Gladys of Traveling Tea Parties
will do the rest! The 3 hour tea party in your home or yard includes scones, green salad, tea sandwiches,
cookies, and brownies. A variety of teas and all the necessary service items are also included. Tea
should be enjoyed prior to December 1, 2009. Limited to Saturdays and Sundays. Happy sipping!

Donor: Traveling Tea Parties
Value: $200.00                     Minimum Bid: $100.00

212     HOLISTIC HEALTH
Improve your relationship with food and your body for the rest of your life! Fruition Women's Health
provides a holistic approach to wellness. Utilize this one hour phone coaching consultation with a
counselor at Fruition Women's Health to discuss health and life goals. For women only.

Donor: Fruition Women's Health
Value: $150.00                     Minimum Bid: $75.00

213         SHOW OFF A DAZZLING SMILE
Come in for a complimentary dental/aesthetic examination and Little Wonders parent, Dr. Karen L. Yee
will tailor an ideal whitening plan just for you and provide all that you need to brighten your smile!

Donor: Dr. Karen Yee
Value: $600.00                     Minimum Bid: $220.00

214      IN-LAWS COMING TO TOWN?
Treat your in-laws to a night out of your guestroom with this gift certificate for a two-night weekend stay at
the San Mateo Marriott. They'll enjoy the deluxe accommodations, and you'll enjoy a little space! Valid
through April 30, 2010. Weekend stay is Fri and Sat night and includes room and tax only. Subject to
blackout dates.

Donor: San Mateo Marriott
Value: $450.00                     Minimum Bid: $225.00

215     IN-LAWS COMING TO TOWN?
See description for Item #214

Donor: San Mateo Marriott
Value: $450.00                     Minimum Bid: $225.00




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216      MIND, BODY & SPIRIT
Need to reduce anxiety and stress, lower your blood pressure, ease chronic pain or just want to feel
good? Enjoy a relaxing hour of private yoga instruction from local yoga instructor, Lauren Kader, and
connect with your mind, body, and spirit. The benefits are priceless! After your yoga class, treat yourself
to a free bruschetta in Downtown San Mateo at B Street and Vine (expires March 2010). Whether you
and/or your group are first time practitioners or seasoned yogis, this is a wonderful treat. Individual,
couple, or group instruction available.

Donor: Lauren Kader Yoga and B Street and Vine
Value: $112.00                 Minimum Bid: $50.00

217      BEAR VALLEY VACATION
Looking for a great family vacation spot this summer or next winter? Then the Chalet Bear Valley, located
in Arnold, CA, is for you! It is located near hiking, biking, gold panning and charming towns for shopping
including: Murphy's, Columbia, Big Trees and Angels Camp. There are many sports equipment rental
stores in Arnold. In the winter (Dec-Apr), Bear Valley Ski Resort is a short drive away. During the
summer (May - Sep), this rental comes with use of a club house with play structure, pool, tennis courts,
and lake. This 4br/2 bath chalet sleeps 8 people and is child friendly. It is fully furnished with a full
kitchen and linens. It has two levels with living room downstairs and a wonderful playroom fully equipped
with TV, VCR/DVD and toys for children upstairs. This Blue Lake Springs rental is good for 1 week (7
days and 6 nights). Reservations for the chalet must be made one month in advance and a $50 cleaning
fee must be mailed to owner.

Donor: Vanessa Love and Julian Basler
Value: $1500.00                 Minimum Bid: $350.00

218        COLORADO GETAWAY
Enjoy seven days in a private home in the mountains of Wildernest in Summit County. This beautiful
Silverthorne, Colorado condo has three bedrooms, three baths and 1500 sq ft of living area. It is centrally
located to several world-class ski and summer resorts, including Keystone (10 mins), Breckenridge (15
mins), Copper Mountain (10 mins), Vale (20 minutes), and Arapahoe Basin (15 mins). The condo is
nestled in an area above Lake Dillon known as Wildernest. Trail-head hiking and mountain biking trails
start 20 yards from the front of the condo. The Blue River (world class fly fishing) is 10 mins away at the
bottom of the hill. Note, the Mesa Cortina trail is an example of one that starts right at the condo. Sit by
the fireplace, or sit with a cold beer, or a warm cup of cocoa on the deck, with fantastic views of the
mountains. The place sleeps 8 comfortably in beds - 3 bedrooms - 2 of the 3 bedrooms (which includes
the loft) have a private bath, the master has a king bed, queen in the other 2 bedrooms and a comfy pull
out sofa bed in living room / all rooms have TV's. The loft area offers wonderful views of
Breckenridge. Enjoy dining and shopping in popular mountain towns such as Breckenridge and Vale,
which are just minutes away. The Gore Trail Development has its own clubhouse, including
indoor/outdoor whirlpools. This is just an easy 1.5 hour drive from Denver International Airport and
Denver proper. Offer valid from 5/1/2009 -11/1/2009. Expires 11/1/2009.

Donor: Rich and Gerri Wong
Value: $1300.00                    Opening Bid: $350.00

219      PRESIDENTS’ DAY WEEK GETAWAY IN TAHOE
Enjoy a 7 night vacation in South Lake Tahoe near Heavenly in this one bedroom condo that sleeps 4.
This home has a king-size bed in the master bedroom and a queen-size murphy bed in the living area. In
a prime location, it's only a 10-minute walk from Nevada Beach State Park and a six-minute drive from the
Gondola at Heavenly or the casinos in Stateline. During your vacation, stop by Harrah's, Harveys, Rio or
Showboat Casinos and use your $100 gift certificate for dinner, gambling, or souvenirs. This is one
vacation you're sure to remember! Available President's day week 2/13 - 2/20/2010.

Donor: Fan Wen and Stephanie Wattson
Value: $2,200.00              Opening Bid: $500.00
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                   FITNESS & ENTERTAINMENT
300       GET FIT FOR SUMMER WITH A FRIEND!
Treat yourself and a friend to getting in shape! Whether you are a Pilates novice or an experienced
devotee, Scoop Studio will make Pilates and exercise fun and effective. Pilates is a unique exercise
method focusing on core strength as the basis for a balanced body. At Scoop, personalized workouts are
tailored to your fitness goals and will leave you balanced, strengthened and aligned! Enjoy this semi-
private pilates session for two people get ready for a fun and effective workout!
Donor: Scoop Studio Pilates
Value: $110.00                    Minimum Bid: $55.00
301       GET FIT FOR SUMMER!
Scoop Studio is an inviting, fully equipped Pilates studio offering private, semi-private, and small group
classes in downtown San Mateo, California. Scoop Studio has programs for overall fitness and health,
rehabilitation, and also specialize in pre and post-natal Pilates conditioning for new and soon-to-be
moms. At Scoop, personalized Pilates workouts are tailored to your fitness goals and will leave you
feeling balanced, strengthened, and aligned. Start yourself off with one private pilates session.
Donor: Scoop Studio Pilates
Value: $80.00                     Minimum Bid: $40.00
302       REDIRECT YOUR STRESSFUL ENERGY
Zero Balancing is a hands-on body/mind system to align body energy with the body's physical structure.
It represents the integration of Eastern views of energy with Western views of science, and teaches how
to use energy as a working tool in relation to body structure. The hallmarks of ZB are the integration of
the client's body energy with their body structure; creating clearer, stronger fields of energy in the
body/mind; and balancing energy in the densest tissues of the body, the bone and skeletal system. Help
relieve physical and mental symptoms; improve your ability to deal with life stresses; promote your sense
of wholeness and well being. Karen Senffner, MA PT, is a Physical Therapist and a certified Zero
Balancing instructor, not to mention a Little Wonders parent! She will come to your home for two 45
minute Zero Balancing sessions.
Donor: Karen Senffner
Value: $250.00                    Minimum Bid: $100.00
303       AT THE THEATER
Community theater at its best, the Hillbarn Theater in Foster City has been delighting audiences for 68
seasons with stellar shows. This package features two tickets to How to Succeed in Business Without
Really Trying - the award-winning satire of big business which follows the rise of window-washer J.
Pierrepont Finch as he attempts to climb the corporate ladder. (Show runs from May 7 - June 7, 2009;
voucher cannot be used for sold out performances.) Before the show, enjoy the warmth and charm of
Southern Italy right here in downtown San Mateo with your $100 gift certificate to AcquaPazza Ristorante.
Napolitan cuisine is served in an environment where hospitality is the focus. The staff will make you feel
instantly welcome as if you were arriving at an old friend's home for dinner; an age-old Italian tradition.
Buon appetito!
Donor: Hillbarn Theatre, Acquapazza Ristorante, Tues PM Class
Value: $168.00                   Minimum Bid: $80.00
304      KICK IT UP A NOTCH
Get on your way to losing the extra pounds of pregnancy with a Baby Boot Camp pack! The pack
includes a water bottle, t-shirt, lululemon accessory, box of Attune bars, and a 6-class pack for Baby Boot
Camp classes. Classes must be used within 60 days.
Donor: Baby Boot Camp
Value: $120.00                    Minimum Bid: $60.00




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305     DATE NIGHT COURTESY OF THE SATURDAY CLASS!
Grab your spouse and enjoy a date night right here in town! Start the evening right with a massage from
Massage Envy (two 50 minute massage certificates). Next, dine in style at Kingfish Restaurant in San
Mateo ($100 gift certificate). Finish the night by catching a movie down the street at the San Mateo
Century Theaters (two adult tickets). You can rest easy knowing that your little tot(s) is in good care
because Teacher Roberta has volunteered four hours of free babysitting so you can enjoy your night.
Donor: Sat AM class and Kingfish
Value: $300.00                   Minimum Bid: $100.00
306        MOST FUN IPOD EVER!
You've been meaning to get one...it's on your wish list...and now it can be yours! This 8GB Apple iPod
touch can help you manage your contacts, organize your family's schedule and show off photos & videos
of your little ones. Play hours of music. Watch a movie. Surf the web. View email. Find your location &
get directions with Google Maps. Play cool games. And much, much more, all in the palm of your hand!
Donor: The Schell Family
Value: $229.00                     Minimum Bid: $115.00
307       TIDEPOOLING ANYONE?
Enjoy a private, docent-led tour for 10 people to explore Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, a natural refuge for
plants and animals adapted to live at the edge of the ocean in Moss Beach. Sea water is trapped in pools
at low tide where you can see blue-green anemones, coralline algae, and myriad shapes and patterns.
After your tour, stop for some delicious fish 'n chips using your $75 gift certificate at Sam's Chowder
House in Half Moon Bay. Sam's was voted Best Seafood Restaurant in San Mateo County by San Jose
Magazine, and featured on NBC's The Today Show and Best of the Bay TV. Fitzgerald tour is
appropriate for adults and children over 8 years old and good until May 1, 2010. Sam's gift certificate is
valid Sun-Thurs for one year only (excluding major holidays and Pumpkin Festival Weekend) and is not
applicable toward gratuity.
Donor: San Mateo County Parks Foundation and Sam's Chowder House
Value: Priceless!              Minimum Bid: $75.00
308        STOCK THE FAMILY SPORTS CLOSET
Is it time for the family to get some new athletic gear? Maybe a mountain bike for summer? Golf clubs for
Dad for Father's Day? New cleats, shin guards and balls for the upcoming soccer season? Or perhaps
some after-season discounts on the powder skis you've been eyeing? Whatever your sporting passion,
you'll be ready to shop with this $100 gift certificate to Sports Basement, at one of their three locations in
San Francisco and Sunnyvale. Now here's some shopping the dads can get fired up about!
Donor: Sports Basement
Value: $100.00                     Minimum Bid: $25.00
309       A WORKOUT RETREAT
Want to feel like you're having a mini spa vacation every time you workout? At Equinox, you'll get just
that. Named "Best Gym in America" by Fitness magazine, you will enjoy state of the art equipment,
world-class group fitness classes and trainers, & a full service spa, not to mention the uncompromising
attention to detail & award winning design. This ALL ACCESS pass gives you 3 months of full access to
any Equinox Fitness Club.
Donor: Equinox
Value: $475.00                     Minimum Bid: $100.00
310      LEARN TO ROCK CLIMB
Conquer your fear of heights and learn a very cool new sport with 2 beginner belay lessons from Planet
Granite in Belmont. Learn to work the ropes and harnesses, and be on your way to new heights. Shoes
and all gear provided. Reservations are strongly recommended. Expires April 2010. Valid at all
locations.
Donor: Planet Granite
Value: $68.00                      Minimum Bid: $35.00



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311      BROADWAY BY THE BAY
Enjoy a night of New York style theater, right here in town, with these two tickets to your choice of the
remaining performances in the 2009 season. Select from The King and I (7/16-8/2), The Full Monty (9/17-
10/4), and Broadway Up Close and Personal: A Tribute to Cy Coleman (11/5-11/8), a well-deserved night
out!

Donor: Broadway By The Bay
Value: $86.00                      Minimum Bid: $40.00

312       GET IN SHAPE AND SHOP
Treat yourself to a 75 minute personal training session with this $85 gift certificate from Movement Fitness
(expires 4/25/10). Your trainer will help you set a program, provide advice on proper equipment and
shopping list, and do some basic postural analysis. It's a great way to get started. Then take yourself
shopping for some great new workout clothes with this $100 gift certificate to Sports Basement, at one of
their three locations in San Francisco and Sunnyvale.

Donor: Movement Fitness and Sports Basement
Value: $185.00                 Minimum Bid: $90.00

313      HOLE IN ONE
Enjoy one round of golf at the prestigious Olympic Club Golf Club in San Francisco, America's oldest
athletic Club. Auction winner may choose between the Lake or Ocean course. Time and date to be
determined by auction winner and Olympic Club member (Greg Sarrail.) Reservation will be made by
Olympic Club member at least 30 days in advance. Expires in one year.

Donor: Michelle Sarrail
Value: $150.00                     Minimum Bid: $75.00

314      FEEL GOOD, LOOK GOOD
Retire those cut-off sweat pants and t-shirt you stole from your husband and get some fitness fashion
sense with this sleek workout outfit made from moisture wicking material, brought to you by Jockey
Person to Person - the luxury line of Jockey, a brand we all love. You'll be moving in style with this light
green top and two pairs of crop pants. All pieces are size medium.

Donor: Jockey Person to Person
Value: $120.00                 Minimum Bid: $50.00

315       WATCH YOUR HOME TV/DVR THROUGH THE INTERNET
The Slingbox Pro ensures that you can watch all of your favorite home theater entertainment anywhere
you go, with the ability to watch and control up to three standard definition and one high definition video
(via component connection) devices. Using an Internet connected computer or compatible mobile phone
(with purchase of SlingPlayer Mobile software), you can watch and control your home TV, DVR, basic
cable, digital cable box, or satellite receiver anywhere around your home or around the globe. With a
Slingbox Pro you will never be separated from your favorite TV shows, sports broadcasts, breaking news
stories, digital video recordings, or video on demand.

Donor: Denis Browne
Value: $400.00                Minimum Bid: $200.00

316     GO GIANTS!
Take me out to the ball game...with 4 tickets to a SF Giants' 2009 season game! Tickets are Field Club
Seats, Section 121, Row F, Seats 1-4, just 10 rows from home plate! Winner can choose from four
games: Sat. 6/20 Giants vs. Rangers, Sun. 8/9 Giants vs. Reds, Mon. 9/7 (Labor Day) Giants vs. Padres
or Wed. 9/16 Giants vs. Rockies. Winner must make selection by May 31, 2009.

Donor: The Chen Family
Value: $308.00                Minimum Bid: $125.00
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                                     JUST FOR KIDS
400      ORGANIZE AND ACCESSORIZE
Are you tired of trying to find the perfect hair clip to match your princess’s outfit? No more digging through
drawers...two Little Wonders’ moms collaborated to create a beautiful addition to any princess's room.
One wall mounted hair clip organizer with 10 handmade hair clips to boot!                         Please visit
http://www.princessclipsinwaiting.com to view other organizer options if the organizer does not fit your
princess's room decor. Available for clip making parties too!

Donor: Princess Clips-in-Waiting, Felicia Ng
Value: $85.00                      Minimum Bid: $30.00

401      ORGANIZE AND ACCESSORIZE
Are you tired of trying to find the perfect hair clip to match your princess’s outfit? No more digging through
drawers...two Little Wonders’ moms collaborated to create a beautiful addition to any princess's room.
One wall mounted hair clip organizer with 10 handmade hair clips to boot!                         Please visit
http://www.princessclipsinwaiting.com to view other organizer options if the organizer does not fit your
princess's room decor. Available for clip making parties too!

Donor: Princess Clips-in-Waiting, Felicia Ng
Value: $85.00                      Minimum Bid: $30.00

402     HAIR CANDY FOR EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK
Whether your little girl has just wisps of newborn hair, or a long bouncy ponytail, she's sure to love a set of
homemade hair clips from a fellow LW mom. Each set includes 14 clips, so no outfit need go
unadorned! These hair clips made especially for newborns or toddlers are the perfect way to accessorize
your daughter's look. Top off the look with a homemade girl's dress (size 3T, 100% cotton) and child's
apron (med size 2T-3T).

Donor: The Haggarty Family, Vanessa Love & Julian Basler
Value: $95.00                   Minimum Bid: $40.00

403        ROCK–A-BYE BABY
Adorn your baby's nursery with this beautiful three piece crib set by Serena and Lily. Also enjoy Sunset's
book "Reinvent Your Kids' Room." You'll create a peaceful and charming environment for yourself and
your little one.

Donor: Serena and Lily and Susan Wright
Value: $574.00                  Minimum Bid: $200.00

404      GET CARRIED AWAY
Serena and Lily's Market Sling is the perfect solution for carrying your infant comfortably and in style. It's
a seamless piece of fabric (no buckles, belts or straps!) that is snug, sleek, and easy to wear. Also enjoy
this customized baby plate and feeding bowl that was handmade from Purple Bird Designs. These pieces
are sure to be the talk of your playgroup!

Donor: Serena and Lily and Purple Bird Designs
Value: $221.00                   Minimum Bid: $100.00




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405        KNOCK KNOCK… WHO'S THERE?
If your child has an active body or active mind, then this is the package for them! First, any room
becomes a playhouse with this unique doorway playhouse. Only your imagination limits you! Enjoy the
Dutch door for over-the-counter interaction, a wide-view peephole, mailbox, and working electronic
doorbell! Awarded one of Parenting Magazine's "Best Toys of the Year" in 2007. Then, enjoy this gift
card to MyGym that covers your initial membership fee as well as an entire month of classes! MyGym is a
nurturing environment where kids can have a fantastic time as they gain strength, balance, coordination,
agility, and flexibility while developing social skills, confidence, and self-esteem. All this in a safe, clean,
and state-of-the-art environment.

Donor: Liz Magnee-Schalch and MyGym
Value: $220.00                 Minimum Bid: $100.00

406      PLAYGROUP FUN!
Faced with a house full of children and nothing to do? Enjoy this magnetic inkless board that uses an
inkless pen and magnetic technology to write on the board with a special eraser that easily eliminates the
drawing with no mess. Buy them plenty of books with your $25 gift certificate to Barefoot Books. Then,
let Pam Socha, of Pam's Playgroups, bring her bag of tricks (and over a decade of experience) to your
house. Activities during this 3 hour session may include art projects, music, imaginary play, and outdoor
adventures. Valid for one year (excluding Sundays and holidays) for up to 4 children, ages 18 mos.-6
years. Expires April, 2010.

Donor: Barefoot Books, Suzanne Zaino and Pam's Playgroups
Value: $265.00                  Minimum Bid: $120.00

407      QUACK! ROAR! AAUGH!

There's no place like the San Francisco Zoo, and with the recent births of Hasani, the gorilla, and Camilla,
the giraffe, this is a perfect time to take the kids! Enjoy four admission passes (expire 6/30/2009) and see
if you can find all 250 species of animals. After you're done, visit the Charles M. Schultz Museum in
Santa Rosa and remember why you fell in love with Snoopy and the gang! Exhibits, storytelling,
cartooning and laughs are yours with these 4 admission tickets to a truly special museum.

Donor: San Francisco Zoo and Suzanne Zaino
Value: $92.00                  Minimum Bid: $45.00

408       HANDS-ON LEARNING AND FUN
Ever wonder how the SF Bay was formed? Do you know how tall you are in nanometers? Have you ever
seen an eight-foot long model of a San Francisco cable car made from 270,836 matchsticks? Find out at
the Lawrence Hall of Science, a wonderful resource center for preschool through high school science and
mathematics education or Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum. With exciting hands-on experiences, the
Lawrence Hall of Science is an ideal place for learners of all ages. Enjoy the two family guest passes
(includes 2 adults and their children) by 4-25-2010. Then, head over to Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum
with your 4 museum passes to see in person the incredible "Believe It or Nots" you've read about or seen
on television. Their museum in San Francisco has two floors and over 10,000 square feet of exhibits,
state of the art interactive displays, illusions and much more. Expires 11-09.

Donor: Lawrence Hall of Science and Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum
Value: $136.00                   Minimum Bid: $60.00




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409        THE IDEAL RIDE FOR PLAY OR WALK!
Your children will love this adorable wagon! This updated version of the classic is now available in a more
subtle Willow Green, and is still the perfect fit for two! New features include two drink holders, extra long
stowable handle, and under-seat storage. Two comfortable molded-in seats each have seatbelts to keep
your little ones safe while they have a good time! This is one toy they'll enjoy for years to come!

Donor: Megan Michael
Value: $70.00                      Minimum Bid: $35.00

410      YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
Celebrating the life and works of the 20th century's most influential cartoon artist, the Charles M. Schulz
museum, set in beautiful Santa Rosa, has delighted visitors from around the globe. Exhibits, storytelling,
cartooning and laughs are yours with 4 admission tickets, 2 t-shirts (size S and XL), and 4 assorted cards,
including 2 postcards and 2 nice museum cards with envelopes. Go visit, and remember why you fell in
love with Snoopy and the gang!

Donor: Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center
Value: $72.00                  Minimum Bid: $35.00

411      SUMMER ADVENTURES IN SAN JOSE
Get out this summer and show your Little Wonder some new sights! Start with 4 passes to Happy Hollow
Park & Zoo and enjoy animals, rides, playgrounds and a puppet show. Move on to some hands-on fun
with 4 passes to the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose (not valid for special events or field
trips). Finish the day with a hearty meal with your $50 gift card for Pasta Pomodoro. A great family
package!

Donor: Happy Hollow Park & Zoo, Children's Discovery Museum and Pasta Pomodoro
Value: $106.00                  Minimum Bid: $50.00

412         MOMMY AND ME SHOPPING AND LUNCH ON 'THE AVENUE'
Who says shopping with your little one can't be fun? Pick a sunny spring or summer day and treat your
child to a new outfit. Make Gumshoe your first stop, and pick up a pair of shiny new shoes with this $35
gift certificate. Next stop, Gymboree, for some fun, fashionable and comfy plays clothes, with a $70 gift
certificate. When that tiny tummy starts to rumble, it's time for mommy and me lunch with your $25 gift
certificate to Alana's Café (expires 4/25/10). A "grown-up" day your toddler is sure to love!

Donor: Gymboree Retail, Gumshoe and Alana's Café
Value: $130.00                Minimum Bid: $60.00

413      FOR YOUR FUTURE FLYER
Treat your future pilot to a day of hands-on and interactive airplane fun at the Hiller Aviation Museum in
San Carlos with these VIP admission passes for 4. After you've sat in the cockpit of a Blue Angel and
navigated a helicopter landing, head for Whoppers at Burger King (Hillsdale Mall location) using just some
of your 15 free whopper gift cards. Hiller passes expire 3/30/10 and are not valid for Vertical
Challenge. Burger King gift cards expire 12/31/09.

Donor: Hiller Aviation Museum and Burger King
Value: $106.00                   Minimum Bid: $50.00




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414        SPECIAL BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION AT COYOTE POINT
Celebrate your little one's next birthday at Coyote Point! Choose the perfect custom printed invitations
from Tiny Prints (tinyprints.com) with your $50 gift certificate and set of playdate cards. Then host your
child's birthday party at Coyote Point with a gift certificate for a 40-person picnic area rental at either
Magic Mountain Playground Picnic Area #9 or #10 at the Coyote Point Recreation Area. 20 parking
passes are included with the reservation (expires May 1, 2010). Top off the celebration with one hour of
signature balloon sculpting or marvelous face painting by A New Twist and 1 dozen scrumptious custom
cupcakes from Sibby's Cupcakery! Sibby's cupcakes are made the old-fashioned way and baked to order
from scratch using only the finest ingredients. Gift certificate expires 12/31/09. This is one birthday party
your little one is sure to remember!
Donor: Sibby's Cupcakery, San Mateo County Dept of Parks, SM County Parks Foundation, Tiny Prints
and A New Twist
Value: $384.00                  Minimum Bid: $180.00
415     DESTINATION DISCOVERY
Spend a day at Sausalito's Bay Area Discovery Museum with these 2 passes, good for up to 5 people
each, expires June 30, 2009. After your adventures, enjoy a delicious lunch with your $50 gift card to
Pasta Pomodoro, with 6 convenient locations in San Francisco.
Donor: Bay Area Discovery Museum, Pasta Pomodoro
Value: $138.00                 Minimum Bid: $65.00
416         ACTIVE BODIES AND ACTIVE MINDS
Is your little munchkin a big climber? Mover and shaker? Dancer? Tumbler? MyGym is a nurturing
environment where kids can have a fantastic time as they gain strength, balance, coordination, agility, and
flexibility while developing social skills, confidence, and self-esteem. All this in a safe, clean, and state-of-
the-art environment. Come check it out with this gift card that covers your initial membership fee as well
as an entire month of classes! Then, head over to Gymboree for some new clothes with retail gift cards
worth $70.
Donor: Gymboree Retail and MyGym
Value: $220.00                Minimum Bid: $100.00
417       SCIENCE AND NATURE
Enjoy a year of admission for the entire family to Coyote Point Museum! Kids and adults alike will delight
in the daily animal feedings and shows, cutting-edge science exhibits, lovely gardens and the more than
100 mostly native animals that reside there. Your membership also entitles you to free parking in the
Coyote Point Recreation Area, so no need to pay parking fees when you visit Magic Mountain
Playground!
Donor: Coyote Point Museum
Value: $65.00                       Minimum Bid: $30.00
418      MAGICAL DAY AT THE MAGIC KINGDOM
Planning a So Cal trip? No trip would be complete without a stop at the Happiest Place on Earth! Use
these 4 one-day admission passes to either Disneyland or California Adventure and let the magic begin!
Happy travels!
Donor: Disneyland Resort
Value: $376.00                      Minimum Bid: $190.00

419       PARTY AT PUMP IT UP
Plan your child's next birthday party at Pump it Up in Belmont, an inflatable party zone featuring two
rooms full of giant-sized inflatable interactive attractions for children ages 2 and up. Use this $50 gift
certificate toward a Classic Party for up to 25 children (weekdays only). This package also includes a
$125 gift certificate for A New Twist, good for either one hour of their signature balloon sculpting or
marvelous face painting, so every child gets to go home with a one-of-a-kind party favor!

Donor: Pump it Up
Value: $175.00                      Minimum Bid: $80.00

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420       THE PERFECT SET FOR YOUR LITTLE ONES
Release your child's inner artist, play-doh wizard, snack-time connoisseur and so much more with this
delightful kid's size table and chairs. The Tuesday AM class has decorated it with fanciful and whimsical
thumbprint art. Flying bees and other fascinating insects adorn this table.

Donor: Tues AM class
Value: $250.00                     Minimum Bid: $125.00

421       MOMMY, WATCH ME GROW!
Capture this precious piece made by the fabulous, creative mommies of Little Wonders Wednesday PM
Class! This adorable garden center has special places for herbs, flowers, and vegetables. This uniquely
handmade Redwood cart has two separate levels which will house 50 different types of seeds for hours of
enjoyment for your little ones! What is included: Adorable hand tools, gloves, seed packets, organic bag
of soil, watering can, with plastic shovel, rake and broom. Also included in this amazing package are two
tickets to Filoli Gardens in Woodside, CA.

Donor: Wed PM class
Value: Priceless!                  Minimum Bid: $250.00

422        KIDS' COZY READING CORNER
Your little one can curl up in his or her own special reading corner, complete with this darling rocking chair
and beautiful handmade quilt. In this charming package are some wonderful titles to add to your child's
library - including Engine Ed's Colorful Train signed by the local author. A pair of delightful painted (non-
toxic, of course!) wooden bookends with a smiling crescent moon and stars will keep the books in place
on the shelf. Give your child a gift to relax and unwind in cozy comfort.

Donor: Mon PM class and Bonnie Worthington
Value: $367.00                 Minimum Bid: $150.00

423      HANDPAINTED STEP STOOL WITH HIDDEN TREASURE
Can't quite reach the sink or need help to get on the potty? From the Tuesday PM class, this package is
perfect for your little ones that need an extra little "step" up! This adorable storage stepstool is
handpainted with garden decorations and perfect for any little girl or boy. The step stool is filled with an
assortment of California Baby Calming products, including shampoo, bodywash and lotion, an Organic
bath robe, and bath toys. Simply adorable!

Donor: Tues PM class
Value: $125.00                     Minimum Bid: $50.00

424       HAND-CRAFTED GIRLS MIRROR
What child doesn't enjoy spending countless moments admiring their precious reflection in the mirror or
practicing their Oscar-winning facial expressions in front of the looking glass? Here is your chance to give
them the glowing reflection they deserve! Bid now to win this one-of-a-kind mirror hand decorated by the
parents and children of the Thursday PM class at Little Wonders. This mirror is approximately 2 ft by 5
feet in dimension and is specially decorated for your favorite girl(s). She is sure to feel like a princess as
she poses and twirls in front of this special piece.

Donor: Thurs PM class
Value: $200.00                     Minimum Bid: $100.00




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425       HAND-CRAFTED BOYS MIRROR
What child doesn't enjoy spending countless moments admiring their precious reflection in the mirror or
practicing their Oscar-winning facial expressions in front of the looking glass? Here is your chance to give
them the glowing reflection they deserve! Bid now to win this one-of-a-kind mirror hand decorated by the
parents and children of the Thursday PM class at Little Wonders. This mirror is approximately 2 ft by 5
feet in dimension and is specially decorated for your favorite boy(s). He is sure to feel like a super-hero or
just a crazy clown jumping around and making silly faces in front of this special piece.

Donor: Thurs PM class
Value: $200.00                      Minimum Bid: $100.00

426       BAKE WITH ME!
Spend some quality time baking with your child with this basket from the Friday AM class. First, book
your cooking lesson for you and your child at Kid's Culinary Adventures in Belmont with this $40 gift
certificate. Then drive to Dehoff's Key Market in San Mateo and stock up on all your cooking supplies
with this $50 gift certificate. After learning to cook the basket is stocked with some great tools to get you
started. There are 6 beautiful custom made aprons (2 adult sizes, 4 children) by Bab-e Aprons and a set
of 5 Parker mixing bowls from Crate & Barrel. The basket also contains some fun items for the kids. A
play pizza set, some clay food and some homemade play dough. As a personal touch the Friday AM
class put together their own recipe book so you can enjoy some great recipes with your family.

Donor: Fri AM class, Dehoff's Key Market and Babe-e-Aprons
Value: $300.00                    Minimum Bid: $150.00

427      MUSIC TO YOUR FAMILY'S EARS
This Symphony Music package includes one pair of orchestra seat tickets for the 2009-2010 season San
Francisco Symphony Orchestra. (Saturday night, 8pm concert time, date - to be announced). Treat your
kids to a music class at The Music School of San Mateo (above Little Wonders). Class is for Fall 2009-
2010 semester (Oct. - Jan., for age 16mos. - 3yrs. old.). Included in this package is a variety of Classical
and Symphony Orchestra music CD's for the entire family's listening enjoyment!

Donor: Fri PM class, The Music School
Value: $375.00                   Minimum Bid: $150.00

428        FOR THE LOVE OF READING
Instill the love of reading with this wonderful collection of unique and favorite books for your child from the
Monday AM Class. Wonderful readings for you to enjoy with your kids; Chicka Chicka abc, Peekaboo
Blueberry, Tails, What Do You Say?, Mona the Vampire, Jubal's Wish, Dear Zoo, Time for Bed, and
many, many more, plus, Family Rocks "Look What I Did Today" Journals for your toddler and preschooler.
All the books, an assortment of hardcover, board and paperback, are new, and are presented in a Willow
Wicker Rolling Basket great for storage or moving from room to room. There is nothing more special than
watching the joy in a child's face when "reading" a book!

Donor: Mon AM class
Value: $250.00                      Minimum Bid: $125.00

429      WELCOME TO THE WORLD, BABY!
Preparing for a new addition to the family? Have a friend who's expecting? Here is a perfect gift to make
his or her arrival even more momentous. This wonderful overflowing gift basket from the Wednesday
PM2 class contains a variety of useful and necessary items for when baby arrives including: a lovely soft
blanket, massage action teether, classic squish toy, little people lil' movers airplane, a favorite nursery
rhymes book and cd set, swaddleme infant wrap, shape sorter and more!

Donor: Wed PM2 class
Value: $150.00                      Minimum Bid: $75.00

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430      BECAUSE EVEN FIREFIGHTERS NEED HEROES
Have you ever wondered what the inside of a police station looks like? Want to see the inside of a jail cell
and a police car? On this private tour of the San Bruno Police Department, 10 children and their parents
will get a very special behind-the-scenes look at SBPD's jail cells, armory, detective center, dispatch
center, a patrol car, briefing room, and interview/interrogation room. Try out the patrol car's lights and
sirens and receive a demonstration of what a police office wears on his uniform! This tour is being offered
by LW parent James Haggarty and will be conducted while he is off-duty. Arrangements for the tour date
and time will be made by the winning party with James directly. Enjoy a $50 gift certificate from Tiny
Prints to send special custom invitations and a set of playdate cards. And during your tour, enjoy one
dozen premium cookies from WingWalker's Baking Co.

Donor: WingWalker's Baking Co, The Haggarty Family and Tiny Prints
Value: Priceless!               Minimum Bid: $70.00

431       FOR YOUR BUDDING GYMNAST
Does your toddler climb the furniture? Bounce on the bed? Take flying leaps from chairs? These
gymnastics classes are for you! Peninsula Gymnastics offers weekly toddler and preschool gymnastics
classes, as well as developmental and competitive training for older children. Save your furniture, and
save your active child from bumps and bruises, by using gift certificates for two one-month gymnastics
classes (expires 5/1/09). And get your child outfitted right with a $35 gift certificate to Gymboree and $25
for any retail store at Hillsdale Mall.

Donor: Hillsdale Mall, Peninsula Gymnastics and Gymboree Retail
Value: $190.00                    Minimum Bid: $90.00

432       IVY LEAGUE BOY’S BULLETIN BOARD
This collegiate-inspired custom designed bulletin board will go from the bedroom to the dorm room! A 36"
x 48" beaded Romo frame faux painted a deep distressed red houses a muslin-covered board criss-
crossed with vintage gold, red, white and blue ribbons. The ribbons are secured with crested blazer
buttons in ivory, red, gold and blue. Your son's swimming ribbon, T-ball photo or first birthday photo will
make the board complete and uniquely his! Also enjoy "Ideas for Great Kid's Rooms" by Sunset Books.

Donor: Susan Powell - Paisley Powell Designs and Susan Wright
Value: $615.00                  Minimum Bid: $200.00

433       SHABBY CHIC GIRL’S BULLETIN BOARD
This one-of-a-kind custom designed bulletin board will be the centerpiece of your little girl's bedroom now
and for years to come. A 36" x 48" carved Larson-Juhl frame faux painted in silvery-gold holds a board
covered in white fabric and is highlighted with vintage pink and velvet magenta ribbons secured with
vintage buttons, flowers and jewels. Perfect for displaying your child's artwork, special birthday cards and
favorite photos, it's sure to become a favorite family heirloom. Also enjoy "Ideas for Great Kid's Rooms"
by Sunset Books.

Donor: Susan Powell - Paisley Powell Designs and Susan Wright
Value: $635.00                  Minimum Bid: $200.00




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434       FOR THE FUTURE OLYMPIAN
So your little energizer bunny spends hours at the park and is still running circles around you at
bedtime? Find new outlets for burning off excess energy with this fabulous package. Enroll your tot in
Tiny Treks with this $75 gift certificate off a school year session. Then, get wild at Safari Run, a fun and
healthy indoor play center featuring a giant jungle themed play structure, using this play punch card good
for 10 drop-in visits. Finally, get your child in the pool with a month of swim lessons at King's Swim
Academy in San Mateo. Your child should sleep well after all that! Safari Run expires 12/09, King's
Swim Academy expires 8/31/09.

Donor: Safari Run, Tiny Treks, King's Swim Academy
Value: $215.00                    Minimum Bid: $100.00

435      PERSONALIZED HAND-PAINTED CHILD'S STEP STOOL
Can't quite reach the sink or need help to get on the potty? This is the perfect item to give your little one
that extra "step" up! A personalized child's wooden step stool will be hand-painted by artist/muralist
Amanda Campodonico. The winning bid will receive a consultation as to the type of colors/design they
would like on the step stool. A wonderful customized item sure to make your child smile!

Donor: Amanda Campodonico
Value: $90.00                       Minimum Bid: $40.00

436       LEARN YOUR ABCS
Enjoy a wonderful one-of-a-kind handmade gift & fun puzzle! This alphabet gift package includes three
handmade toothfairy pillows, a wooden Melissa & Doug alphabet puzzle, and $40 in retail gift cards to
Talbots in Downtown San Mateo. Each alphabet pillow is lovingly handcrafted from 100% cotton with
wool/rayon blend appliqué in a special "a," "b," and "c," design, stuffed with eco-friendly fiberfill made from
corn fiber! Use the mini pillows for decorating a nursery, bedding for a beloved teddy bear or baby doll, or
for storing tiny treasures in a mini pocket sewn on back. Also included is a wooden Melissa and Doug
peg puzzle. A great way for your little one to learn the ABC's! Finally, get your child their new favorite toy
at Talbots Toyland, where they've been helping make children’s' dreams come true for over 50 years!

Donor: Talbots and Lildumplings.com
Value: $100.00                   Minimum Bid: $50.00

437       READY, SET, SWIM!
Get your child pool safe and ready for summer in a year round indoor pool with a month of swim lessons
at King's Swim Academy in San Mateo. Enjoy $40 in retail gift cards from Talbots Toyland in Downtown
San Mateo to get your little one all the water and pool toys they could want! King's Swim Academy gift
certificate expires 8/31/09.

Donor: King's Swim Academy, Talbots
Value: $110.00                 Minimum Bid: $50.00

438       FUN AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING IN MANDARIN! - 1 OF 3
Are you interested in having your child learn Mandarin? i-Immersion has partnered with Langokids to
provide Mandarin, Spanish and French classes in the San Mateo County! Their classes are designed to
fit your needs, whether it is to refresh, to reinforce, to learn from scratch, or to speak fluently. Their highly
engaging language classes use music, games, art, and stories to teach the new language. This package
is good for one 12-week session Mandarin classes for toddler, preschool, or elementary age-group.

Donor: I-Immersion Institute, Langokids
Value: $225.00                    Minimum Bid: $75.00




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439     FUN AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING IN MANDARIN! - 2 OF 3
See description for Item #439

Donor: I-Immersion Institute, Langokids
Value: $225.00                    Minimum Bid: $75.00

440     FUN AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING IN MANDARIN! – 3 OF 3
See description for Item #439

Donor: I-Immersion Institute, Langokids
Value: $225.00                    Minimum Bid: $75.00

441       FUN AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING IN SPANISH! – 1 OF 3
Are you interested in having your child learn Spanish? i-Immersion has partnered with Langokids to
provide Mandarin, Spanish and French classes in the San Mateo County! Their classes are designed to
fit your needs, whether it is to refresh, to reinforce, to learn from scratch, or to speak fluently. Their highly
engaging language classes use music, games, art, and stories to teach the new language. This package
is good for one 12-week session Spanish classes for toddler, preschool, or elementary age-group.

Donor: I-Immersion Institute, Langokids
Value: $225.00                    Minimum Bid: $75.00

442     FUN AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING IN SPANISH! – 2 OF 3
See description for Item #442

Donor: I-Immersion Institute, Langokids
Value: $225.00                    Minimum Bid: $75.00

443     FUN AND IMMERSIVE LEARNING IN SPANISH! – 3 OF 3
See description for Item #442

Donor: I-Immersion Institute, Langokids
Value: $225.00                    Minimum Bid: $75.00




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                                 FOOD AND WINE
500     SHOP AND DINE IN DOWNTOWN SAN FRANCISCO
Treat yourself to a fine meal at Lark Creek Steak in downtown San Francisco, named one of Esquire
magazine's "Best New Restaurants" of 2007. Located on the fourth floor of the Westfield San Francisco
Centre (home to both Bloomingdales and Nordstrom), the steakhouse/farm fresh American fare and the
amazing view of the Emporium Dome will surely not disappoint! (Expires 2/11/10)

Donor: Lark Creek Steak

Value: $75.00                      Minimum Bid: $35.00



501      IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME!
Dine in or take out, but enjoy authentic, delicious and nutritious Greek cuisine from Daphne's Greek Café.
Casual enough for the family, and priced just right, Daphne's is a sure bet! Use your $100 gift certificate & 20
coins (each coin good for free kids meal up to $6) and enjoy quality Mediterranean cuisine.

Donor: Daphne's Greek Café
Value: $220.00                     Minimum Bid: $100.00



502      SOUS KITCHEN . . . MADE FAST AND FRESH
Stock your refrigerator with healthy and delicious entrees made from all-natural meats and fresh
ingredients. Sous Kitchen does all the planning, shopping, prep work and clean up while you simply cook and
create. You assemble the meals at their store in San Carlos and at home you simply cook and create fresh
cooked food for the whole family with minimal hassle or mess. Enjoy this wonderful basket, complete with
measuring cup, oven mitt, spatula and most importantly, a $75 gift certificate for Sous Kitchen meals! (Expires
8/31/09)

Donor: Sous Kitchen
Value: $100.00                     Minimum Bid: $50.00



503       WATERFRONT DINING IN THE SHORES
Enjoy the off-the-beaten path ambience, waterway views and outdoor fireplace at Mistral Restaurant and Bar
in Redwood Shores as you dine on seasonally changing Mediterranean-influenced cuisine. Use this
certificate for dinner for two and experience New American cuisine at its finest. Value up to $100, no change
will be given and excludes gratuity.

Donor: Mistral Restaurant
Value: $100.00                     Minimum Bid: $50.00




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504       THE QUINTESSENTIAL WINE ESTATE
If you love wine, then this is the package for you! Enjoy a bottle of Quintessa wine and a private tour and
tasting for four at the Quintessa Estate in Rutherford. Your visit will include a walk to view the 170-acre
vineyard at Quintessa followed by a tour of the winery and caves where you'll learn how the unique terroir of
Quintessa influences the wine. Your experience will culminate in a sit-down tasting of the current vintage of
Quintessa with special canape pairing. Arrangements to be made at least 6 weeks prior to desired visit date.

Donor: The Harris Family
Value: $375.00                     Minimum Bid: $180.00

505       WINE LOVERS DREAM CAB
A must for your wine collection! Sip and savor this 1.5L Magnum of 2005 Jones Family Vineyards Cabernet
Sauvignon. The Jones Family Vineyards, known for its exquisite, estate grown, limited production cabernet
based wines, is located on a south facing hillside between St. Helena and Calistoga in the Northern Napa
Valley. The location provides the ideal combination of soil and climate for the development of Cabernet
Sauvignon. This 2005 Cab is deep ruby in color with fully ripe fruit aromas of plum jam, black cherry, and
cassis. In the mouth it is quite lush and shows off perfect ripeness and richness. The wine hits on all cylinders.
Very fruit forward on the palate with a nice almost chewy dusty texture and well-integrated tannins. Layers of
sweet, toasty French oak, compliment the plumy, cherry favors. Wonderfully harmonious with good length and
power.

Donor: Jones Family Vineyards
Value: $225.00                     Minimum Bid: $100.00




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                                     FUND-A-NEED
It takes a lot to run a school as special as Little Wonders. Payroll, rent, insurance and maintenance
expenses consume the bulk of your tuition and fundraising dollars. Each year, however, a relatively small
portion of the Little Wonders budget is allocated for what you might call the “icing on the cake.” New
toys for the classroom. Classroom improvements. Scholarship funds. Equipment for the Outdoor play
area.

The Little Wonders Board of Directors is pleased to present an opportunity for you to contribute directly to
the “icing,” allowing Little Wonders to provide even more opportunities for your c hildren and your family.
The Staff has identified a wish list of sorts – that is, a few items that they would love to see funded for the
2009-10 school year, for which there otherwise would be no budget.

You can contribute to these initiatives by writing your name and pledge amount on the Fund-A-Need bid
sheet, just as if you were bidding on an item. The difference is that with your tax-deductible pledge,
everyone wins! Your contribution will go directly towards funding these wish list items and will be added
to your invoice at checkout. Unable to make the event this year? You can still contribute to this important
effort. Please email development@littlewonders.org with your pledge and place a check for any amount in
the envelope in the Development mailbox at school. Little Wonders thanks you in advance for your
support!

601      FUND-A-NEED
ANDY Z ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE SCHOOL PICNIC                                                 COST: $200
Andy Z will be performing at our Annual School Picnic in May! Andy Z is a children’s performer,
singer/songwriter and educator from the San Francisco Bay Area whose music touches the hearts of all
ages. Andy will have your children smiling, singing and dancing as he takes them on a tour of Andyland.


CD & CASSETTE PLAYER                                                                       COST: $170
Your children will love to sing and dance to the “Freeze Dance” with this new, heavy-duty Classroom CD
and Cassette Player. The teachers will appreciate the simple controls and easy-to-read digital display!


CARS, TRAINS AND PLANES – OH M Y!                                                          COST: $50
These extra-rugged vehicles will stand up to years of super-rough play, indoors or out. The chunky cars,
trucks, airplanes, helicopter and train are sure to be a huge hit!


REFRIGERATOR                                                                               COST: $250
Our current refrigerator is running out of steam and space. It’s time for a new one!


WALL-MOUNTED KIDS ACTIVITY PANEL                                                           COST: $130
This amazing wall-mounted wooden activity panel provides a terrific place for our little ones to explore.
They can slide wooden knobs along various paths, developing visual, motor and tracking skills and color
recognition as they play.




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DISCOVERY TOT TREE                                                                      COST: $2,200
It’s time for the space ship to launch from our outdoor play area and be replaced by something more
down-to-earth. This wonderful tot “tree” is perfect for our crawlers and early walkers with a small tunnel,
low-level steps and short slide. Molded-in hidden objects inside the tree are there to discover and inspire
responsive awareness – a squeaky butterfly, rings that slide and spin, flowers that “grow” from the tree
trunk and more!


LIBRARY BOOKS AND PARENTING DVD’S                                                       COST: $500
We strive to continuously provide our Little Wonders parents with new information and parenting tools.
We need new books and DVD’s for the lending library such as a wonderful set by author and parenting
expert Jane Nelson.

                                                                                        TOTAL: $3,500




602      TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS FUND-A-NEED
Each year Little Wonders and the WonderWork Fund endeavor to offer tuition assistance to families in
need. Given the current economic climate, the demand for scholarships has risen and we anticipate this
to continue. While we have budgeted for scholarships, we want to ensure that WonderWork is sufficiently
funded to meet this increasing demand for scholarship funds. With your help we can enable more
wonderful families to participate in the Little Wonders experience. Contributions to this special
Scholarships "Fund A Need" will be used to provide full and partial tuition scholarships for the coming
school year.

                                                                                        TOTAL: $2,500+




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                                      LIVE ITEMS
1        GIRLS’ WEEKEND IN TAHOE WITH CHEF/HOSTESS MIREILLE

Ladies, treat yourselves to a fabulous, relaxing weekend in Tahoe with your own personal chef - Mireille!
Enjoy a weekend with 6 of your magnificent women friends in a beautiful 4 bedroom home in Tahoe Keys,
South Lake Tahoe, right on the water. Mireille will cook dinner Saturday night and breakfast Sunday
morning for everyone. Whether you’re in the mood for hiking, paddling, gambling or just relaxing, there’s
something for everyone. You will have free use of bicycles and kayaks, access to Camp Richardson (one
mile away) and nearby hiking trails, proximity to the beach and you’ll be just 15” from stateline if you feel like
checking out the casinos or nightlife. Subject to availability; most major holidays are not available.

Donor: Mireille & Tom McKee
Value: Priceless!                   Opening Bid: $350.00



2        STORY TIME WITH MIREILLE

Is your little Prince or Princess tired of the same old bedtime stories? Treat your child to an unforgettable
evening with his/her very own story time with Teacher Mireille. Teacher Mireille will come to your home with
a hand picked collection of children's' books worth over $150. These books are some of Teacher Mireille's
favorites and are sure to lull your little one right to sleep. After she is done, she will leave these books for
you and your child to enjoy night after night.

Donor: Mireille McKee
Value: Priceless!                   Opening Bid: $250.00



3        LOOK WHO'S COMING TO DINNER

Enjoy a private dinner for eight personally prepared by the culinary talent extraordinaire, the Little Wonders'
staff. Guests will enjoy the food and service hospitality of the entire teaching staff of Little Wonders in the
home of the winner. The teachers will plan and prepare the gourmet dinner; serve, clean your kitchen, and
leave you with dessert and the "Good-bye" song! Relax and enjoy a gourmet meal, fine company, and the
finest kitchen staff this side of le Cordon Bleu!

Donors: Little Wonders Staff, Little Wonders Board of Directors
Value: Priceless!                   Opening Bid: $300.00




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4        TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLPARK!

Watch a Sunday afternoon Oakland Athletics game like a Major League Baseball owner -- from the Oakland
A's owner's very own luxury suite at McAfee Stadium! The one-of-a-kind owner's box accommodates up to
48 fans (36 stadium seats and couch seating -- double the size of every other box!), has its own private
bathroom ensuite (perfect for kids!), affords prime viewing of all of the action on the field, and comes with 8
VIP parking passes. To top off the fun, enjoy complimentary hot dogs and snacks (up to $750). Whether
you're a young or a young-at-heart baseball fan, you'll be sure to enjoy the game from the exclusive comfort
and ease of the owner's box. Don't miss this extremely rare opportunity! Kids welcome. Valid only for the
Detroit Tigers at the Oakland Athletics game on Sunday, 8/23/09 (1:05 p.m. starting time). Please note:
Tickets and parking passes are not for resale.

Donors: Oakland Athletics, McLaughlin Family
Value: $4,750.00                Opening Bid: $800



5        A MEMORABLE MOVIE NIGHT

You and 7 of your nearest and dearest can gather for a private party at one of the top theaters around.
Enjoy the only THX-certified screening room in the Bay Area, other than at Pixar Studios and Skywalker
Ranch. Complete with 16 subwoofers, Kaleidoscope movie server, HDTV, Xbox 360 and lots of other toys.
Have a Girls Night Out or a Sporting Extravaganza, complete with popcorn, drinks, treats from the snack bar
and dinner provided by San Francisco Soup Company... whatever you desire, It's Showtime! (Dates/events
not available: AFC/NFC Championship Game, Super Bowl, Academy Awards, New Year's Eve. Please use
by 2/28/10.)

Donor: The Rosenbaum Family and Ambleside Logic, Thurs AM class, SF Soup Company
Value: $350.00                Opening Bid: $200.00



6        HURRY HURRY DRIVE THAT FIRE TRUCK

Have you ever wondered what the inside of a firehouse looks like? Would your child flip to be able to sound
the siren on a real engine? On this special tour of the Foster City fire station, up to 20 children and their
parents will get an incredible behind-the-scenes look at engines, gear and so much more. Your tour will be
guided by a Foster City fire fighter and will include a basic safety talk and access to the living quarters of the
fire fighters. See the fire engines up close and watch the fire fighter slide down the pole and don his/her fire
suit and gear (complete with breathing system). You will get answers to all your burning questions (pun
intended!). The tour will end with each child spraying the fire hose and taking aim at a target. After the tour,
satisfy those junior firefighters’ appetites while dining at Red Robin (in the Bridgepointe Shopping Center)
with a $175 gift certificate. Also included in the basket are fire truck toys for the kids, a great party favor or
souvenir from this memorable occasion! This package could be an absolutely unforgettable way to
celebrate your child’s birthday! Tons of fun for everyone! Please note: Tour will be scheduled for a date and
time that is agreeable to both the fire house and the lucky recipient of this great prize.

Donor: Wed AM Class
Value: Priceless!                   Opening Bid: $250.00




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                           LITTLE WONDERS
                           SPRING FLING 2009
ABSENTEE BID FORM
Rules:
    Absentee forms may be submitted for individuals who are unable to attend the silent auction. (See
       submission details below).
    Absentee bids represent the minimum bid for the item and will be posted prior to the start of the auction.
    In the event that two or more bids are identical, the earliest bid will be recognized.
    Successful bidders will be notified by telephone the day following the auction.
    Absentee bids that are submitted are considered final commitments for purchase.

Submission Process:
    Absentee forms will be available in the Little Wonders’ classroom and via the Class Liaison.
    Bids may be dropped in the envelope available on the Little Wonder’s Bulletin Board.
    Absentee Bids are due no later than Friday, April 24th at 2 PM.
    If you would like to submit more than 6 absentee bids, please attach an additional page.


Absentee Bid Entry Form

   Item #      Auction Item Name:                                    Bid Amount
   _____       ________________________________                      ____________
   _____       ________________________________                      ____________
   _____       ________________________________                      ____________
   _____       ________________________________                      ____________
   _____       ________________________________                      ____________
   _____       ________________________________                      ____________
   Name: __________________________________________
   Address: ________________________________________
   Day Phone: _____________________________________
   Date: ______________________

   Method of Payment: _______________________________________
   If you are the winner and are paying by Visa or MasterCard, we will contact you directly to get your credit
   card number.




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                            ABSENTEE BIDS
1.   To place an absentee bid, you must carefully fill in an Absentee Bid form, available in
     the Little Wonders classroom.

2.   The form must be placed in the Absentee Bids Ballot Box, located in the Little
     Wonders classroom NO LATER THAN Friday, April 24th at 2:00 PM.

3.   The signature on the Absentee Bid form is the bidder’s agreement that full payment
     will be made for the item by Friday, May 1st, 2009.

4.   All absentee bids will be kept confidential until the night of the auction.

5.   The highest absentee bid for an item will constitute the opening bid for that item on
     the night of the auction.

6.   Winning absentee bids will be posted in the Little Wonders classroom on Wednesday,
     April 29th, following the auction.

7.   Check payments must be made to Little Wonders with the item number printed in the
     memo line. Checks must be given or sent to the Development Chair, Heidi Schell.

8.   All tangible auction items can be collected upon receipt of payment. Collection
     locations will be specified.

9.   All sales are final and there will be no exchange or refund on items. Purchasers are
     bound by the restrictions specified by the donors.

10. All auction items and services must be used by April 25, 2010, unless otherwise
    specified.




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