Soup for the Soul, and You Get to Keep the Bowl

October 9, 2008 § 1 Comment

Austinites enjoying their new bowls

Choosing the perfect bowls

You’re invited to the 12th Annual Empty Bowl Project, Sunday, November 23rd, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Mexican American Cultural Center.

One of Austin’s favorite, family-friendly events, Empty Bowl Project, has provided local potters, musicians and restaurants the opportunity to help hungry Central Texans for over a decade.

This year’s event is held in a new location and includes local artistry, food, music and fun. The restaurant line-up includes Cissi’s Market, La Madeline, Mandola’s, Guero’s and many more.

Volunteers dispersing soup

Charles Mays with Cafe Josie, and Susan Castle and Big Jye with KGSR serve up the soup

Here’s how it works: choose your favorite locally hand-crafted bowl(s) at $15 each, get your bowl washed and fill it with your pick of delicious soup and bread donated by local chefs.

Proceeds benefit the Food Bank. For more information click here.

See you there!

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