2017 ESA Craft Fair & Silent Auction – November 18 10am-3pm

21st Annual ESA Winter Craft Fair & Silent Auction takes place Sat Nov 18 2017, 10am -3pm


Should you or someone you know wish to make a donation of goods or services to our Silent Auction we would welcome it!  Click here for the Donor Information Letter and Donor Submission Form.





Volunteer Opportunities for Parents, Guardians and Students

There is a lot of preparation that goes into pulling this event together which means there are opportunities for everyone interested to get involved, giving as much of their time as is available, even if that is 1 hour!

The help we need includes:

Leading up to the event

  1. Fundraisers (to generate donations for the Silent Auction)
  2. Bakers and Food Makers (for the Bake Sale and Food Court)
  3. Basket Wrappers (for the Silent Auction and Bake Sale)
  4. Display and Table set up ( for the Silent Auction, Craft Fair and Bake Sale)

On the day of the event

  1. Parking Attendants
  2. Craft Fair Vendor Support and Relief
  3. Vendor Set Up and Tear Down Support
  4. Admission Clerks
  5. Silent Auction Monitors and Cash Attendants
  6. Event Announcer
  7. Bake Sale and Food Court Attendants

To get involved and pick up a shift, reach out to us at [email protected]


20th Annual ESA Craft Fair & Silent Auction
Saturday, November 19, 2016

SESAT welcomed more than 900 craft and auction enthusiasts into the halls of the school.  There was truly a festive vibe in the air, not to be dampened by the blustery weather!
More than 90 vendors shared their beautiful handmade items, many of them also donating to our incredible Silent Auction and our wonderful volunteers loaded the bake sale table and food court with sweet and savory morsels of pure yumminess!  We were also so lucky to have our Jamme and WOCO performing groups traveling the halls entertaining our guests as well as our wonderful custodial team helping to make sure our school was welcoming and in tip top shape throughout the day!
We are proud to report that this event generated just shy of $17,000 in support of our six Arts Majors.


See some of the pictures from previous years.



image1 - sesat gals in tea cozy hats