Support Us Button Widget
Sponsored Content

Enter to win a historic piece of hand-crafted furniture

This piece of Boston Celtics history was processed into raw material ready for its next incarnation.

Sponsored by
A person using a power tool on a project at North Bennet Street School.

You can enter this giveaway for a chance to add this one-of-a-kind piece of furniture to your home.

Photo provided by North Bennet Street School

Add new flair to your home with a stunning table made of salvaged oak flooring from the Boston Celtics’ former training facility. The best part: You have a chance to get this piece of history for free when you enter this giveaway.

North Bennet Street School (NBSS), known as America’s first trade school, is raffling off the modern oak table to one lucky winner this summer. The reclaimed material’s journey is an incredible story that embodies craftsmanship, sustainability, and creative ingenuity. Donated to NBSS to highlight the skilled trades, the flooring went through a lengthy process from raw to refined, before being designed and built by a sought-after maker.

The school offers career training in traditional crafts and trades as well as fun, short courses for adults in woodworking, bookbinding, jewelry making, and more.

Interested in starting a program or taking a class at NBSS? Request more information.

Learn more and enter to win

More from BOStoday
From Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2024, we’re shining a spotlight on the vibrant drink scene in Boston; check out our map of local drink deals.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Boston has to offer — complete with museum experiences, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
Explore Boston while having fun at these 15 summer series including concerts, movies, workout classes, and family fun.
Take a bite out of these seven unique dogs around the Greater Boston area ahead of the Fourth of July.
Think back on all the exciting things that happened in June. Now, take a shot at this crossword puzzle.
Break out the red, white, and blue and prepare to party in the USA Boston-style during the city’s Independence Day celebrations.
The festival will take place Saturday, June 29-Sunday, June 30.
We asked you to help us spice up our social media feeds — now we’re returning the favor by sharing some unique picks.
The new pop-up outdoor social space and roller skating rink Rollerama at Kendall Common is now open.
Our city’s disco party tradition returns this Thursday, June 27. Grab your roller skates and head to City Hall Plaza’s Donna Summer Disco Party.