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Thursday, September 22, 2016
More bowls needed for Dig In! Community Garden's Empty Bowls
Here are the details, from Victoria Hicks:
There's still time to help provide fresh produce to hungry people in our community. The Dig In! Community Garden's Empty Bowls event is Sept. 30, and they NEED MORE BOWLS!
They'd like to receive bowls by this Saturday, September 24
Bowls can be dropped off at ANY of these participating locations:
Yancey County Farmers' Market on the Burnsville Town Square. Saturday mornings from 8:30-12:30 am with Jacquie Lopez, Market Manager
Creekside Cafe & Bakery, Burnsville
Yancey County Library 321 School Circle, Burnsville, NC 28714
The Ice Cream Deck, 621 Micaville Loop, Micaville 28755
AFTER RENOVATIONS/SEPT 22: OOAK gallery in Micaville (573 Micaville Loop, Micaville, NC 28755)
Spruce Pine Library 142 Walnut Ave, Spruce Pine, NC 28777, phone (828) 765-4673
Or, to coordinate a pick up, Please contact Jacquie Lopez
cell/txt 703-232-2145, firstname.lastname@example.org, in person at the Yancey County Farmers' Market Saturdays 8:30 - 12:30
Please drop a business card in each of your donated bowls so that the recipient knows who to thank for their special treasure!
Bowls of any type are welcome: Ceramic, thrown, handbuilt, wood, etc!
ABOUT THE EMPTY BOWLS PROJECT
The Empty Bowls Project is an international grass roots effort to raise both money and awareness in the fight to end hunger. It is a project of Imagine Render, a 501c3 non-profit organization. This year marks the 26th anniversary of Empty Bowls and the 6th annual Dig In! Empty Bowls Dinner. It will be held on Friday, September 30th from 4:30-7:30 pm at Higgins Memorial United Methodist Church in Burnsville. In years past, the DigIn! Empty Bowls event has seen over 600 attendees!
Clay Club meets at artist studios and other locations throughout Western North Carolina, usually on the second Wednesday of the month. All potters and ceramic artists are welcome! Look for details about the meetings here on the blog or contact Amy Waller at email@example.com for more info.