Thursday, April 2 the 10th Annual Shelton Arts Commission Empty Bowls event culminates with a delicious meal and viewing of very creative bowls. From 5:00 – 7:00PM everyone is invited to attend at the Shelton Civic Center.
How does it work? Come to the Shelton Civic Center, make a donation of ten dollars, choose a bowl to keep and have soup and bread from one of the participating restaurants: Xinh’s Clam and Oyster House, The Strip Steak House, Sisters Restaurant and Olympic Bakery & Deli.
The Empty Bowls project is a creative effort to fight hunger. Participants create ceramic bowls, building one night and glazing two weeks later. When the bowls are finished, participants gather to choose a bowl to keep for exchange of a $10.00 donation.
Participants will then be treated to a delicious bowl of soup and bread served by one of the five participating restaurants! ALL proceeds go to the Saint’s Pantry Food Bank!
Questions about Empty Bowls may be directed to Shelton Arts Commission staff representative Mark Ziegler at 432-5194 or firstname.lastname@example.org.