The meal will be served in ceramic bowls made by the Potters Guild specifically for the Empty Bowl Luncheon.

Empty Bowl Luncheon coming up

Enjoy a delicious luncheon while raising money for the food bank

Join the Cariboo Potters Guild and Community Arts Council for the Empty Bowls Food Bank fundraiser on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14.

Staged at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 139, the Empty Bowls luncheon runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and is a cash or cheque only event. For the price of $20 you get a delicious lunch of soup and bread provided by various participating restaurants at the Legion hall, and you even get to keep the bowl.

The meal will be served in ceramic bowls made by the Potters Guild specifically for the Empty Bowl Luncheon. The bowl will be yours to keep after you finish your meal to serve as a symbolic reminder that while your bowl may be full, someone else’s bowl, somewhere, is not.

Read More: Potters’ Empty Bowl project raises $4,564 for the food bank

This year a wide variety of restaurants and caterers are supplying delicious soup for the event.

There will also be a silent auction of various pottery creations and other items donated by the Potters guild and their friends to bid on.

All proceeds of the event will go directly to the Salvation Army Food Bank.



patrick.davies@wltribune.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Just Posted

Wildfires focus of upcoming workshop for B.C.’s community forests

Alex Fraser Research Forest and the B.C. Community Forest Association presenting the seminar

OK Tire owners recognized for outstanding service during 2017 wildfires

Conservation Officer Service happy to present the award

Williams Lake Bullets hit mark at Coyote Cup in tournament capital

The Williams Lake Bullets Speed Skating Association sped to Kamloops for the Coyote Cup.

Cariboo-Chilcotin MLA Barnett “disappointed” with throne speech

Barnett said there was nothing for rural B.C.

Sixties Scoop survivors welcomed home to Esk’et this weekend

Esk’etemc Chief Fred Robbins says they are expecting 300 to 400 people

VIDEO: Canada’s flag turns 54 today

The maple leaf design by George Stanley made its first appearance Feb. 15, 1965

Eight cases of measles confirmed in Vancouver outbreak

Coastal Health official say the cases stem from the French-language Ecole Jules Verne Secondary

Plecas won’t run in next election if B.C. legislature oversight reforms pass

B.C. Speaker and Abbotsford South MLA says he feels ‘great sympathy’ for Jody Wilson-Raybould

Workshop with ‘accent reduction’ training cancelled at UBC

The workshop was cancelled the same day as an email was sent out to international students

Former B.C. premier Gordon Campbell accused of sexual touching

Accuser went to police, interviewed by Britian’s Daily Telegraph

Judge rules Abbotsford home must be sold after son tries to evict mom

Mom to get back down payment and initial expenses

Trump officially declares national emergency to build border wall

President plans to siphon billions from federal military construction and counterdrug efforts

Snow turns to slush, rain as it warms up across B.C.’s south coast

Some areas are already covered by more than half a metre of snow following three separate storms

Father to be charged with first-degree murder in Amber Alert case

11-year-old Riya Rajkumar was found dead in her father’s home in Brampton, Ontario

Most Read