Food insecurity plagues a devastating number of our neighbors in Blaine County. To help raise awareness and funds to resolve hunger locally, Boulder Mountain Clayworks, The Hunger Coalition, and the Presbyterian Church of the Big Wood are hosting the 10th Annual Empty Bowls event on Sunday, January 19 from 12 noon – 2 pm at the Church of the Big Wood.
During this signature community event, attendees purchase locally made ceramic bowls for $20 per bowl, then fill the bowl with scratch-made soups, salads, chili, bread and dessert donated by local chefs and caterers. Thanks to Boulder Mountain Clayworks, there will be more than 300 hand-crafted and hand-painted bowls from local artisans to select from this year.
We hope to see you there!
Boulder Mountain Clayworks in partnership with The Wood River Valley Hunger Coalition brings you the Empty Bowls Luncheon. Purchase a bowl for $20 and sample soups, salads, beverages and deserts made and donated by the best chefs in the Valley!
All 400+ of the Bowls are made by local potters or by bowl party participants, many of whom have never hand their hands in clay — and all to provide much needed food and nutritional education for local people in need. All proceeds go to the Hunger Coalition.