Reservations & Tickets

What: MME’s 17th Annual Dinner & Auction
ThemeNo Time to Siesta – Time to Fiesta
When: Saturday, March 2nd, 2019, 5:00-10:00pm
Where: Veterans Memorial Center, 203 E. 14th St., Davis

Ticket Prices

  • Tables for 12 are $420 when purchased before January 27th, 2019, and go up to $480 after that…and only while supplies last!
  • Early Bird Tickets are $30/person (purchased before January 27th, 2019).
  • Tickets are $40/person (purchased on or before March 1st, 2019).
  • Tickets are $50/person at-the-door.

To purchase Auction Tickets or Tables click <<link will be available soon>>.

Online ticket purchases are preferred.  For questions or alternative ticket purchase options, please reach out to Kelly Coleman ( or 415-999-6293.

**Note: When purchasing tickets, you will indicate whether you need more than one bidding account (or “Bid Number”) for your guests. For example, couples in the same family typically share one Bid Number so they can bid on items and make purchases with the same account.

Remember, the Dinner & Auction can be attended by all supporters of MME…not just MME parents…so think outside the box and consider purchasing a ticket for grandparents, aunts & uncles, your boss, co-workers, carpool buddies, friends, or supportive neighbors, and any of the other special people in your life!

Culturally Appropriate Fiesta Attire for Auction

With the support of leaders from the MME staff and our school community groups, we selected the FIESTA theme for the 2019 Auction as a way for us to honor the many traditions and customs that make our school special and uplift us all.  We support and encourage anyone who would like to celebrate our theme by wearing clothes that capture the lively and vibrant spirit of the Mexican culture, but remember that culture is NOT a costume.  In general, bright colorful dresses/clothes, embroidered accents, and vibrant flowers (in your hair or on your clothes) would be wonderful way to celebrate our theme.  However, please resist the urge to wear Americanized “Cinco de Mayo costumes” such as ponchos, sombreros, sarapes, and fake mustaches, which promote hurtful stereotypes of Mexican wear.  If you have any questions about your planned attire, please contact Irma Nevarez (

If you have any questions, please contact the 2018-2019 MME PTA Auction Chairs – Las Tres Amigas – Irma Nevarez (, Kate Logvy (, Kelly Coleman (