Silent Auction August 27 to benefit historic rail car restoration

A few items at the Silent Auction

Great deals abound at the Silent Auction before the Elvis Concert in the St. Johns City Park, Wednesday, August 27.

That’s Alright Baby – you won’t miss a note when you attend the Silent Auction at the St. Johns City Park main pavilion on Wednesday, August 27, during “Elvis” Matt King’s performance. If you are looking for something that has been “Always On My Mind” you may just find it there. We have a large assortment of items from A to Y ( Andy T’s Pies to Youth group’s donation of Goodwins’ time). Don’t Be Cruel, stop by and bid on that perfect item (perhaps the lovely necklace from Harr’s). "It’s Now Or Never," this silent auction - and “Elvis” – Matt King only comes around once a year! "That’s All Right" if you want to come early. The Silent Auction starts at 6 PM. The proceeds from the Silent Auction will benefit the restoration of the historic train cars owned by Clinton County Arts Council (CCAC), which Clinton Northern Railway Museum is a branch of. The cars are located by the depot in St Johns and are open for touring Sundays, 1 – 3 PM, May – October. CCAC is grateful to receive a portion of its operating funds from Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and National Endowment for the Arts. "It’s going to be Such A Night." "I’m Counting on You!"