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The DNATL Community Food Council is hosting Empty Bowls, a handmade ceramic bowls and soup event to raise money for the charity Pacific Pantry, on the evening of Dec. 14 in Crescent City at the Cultural Center. It is $20 to attend and includes your choice of a ceramic bowl to take home, soup and bread, dessert, and music.

Local artisans Harvey Munger, Mike Selfridge, Athena Csutoras, Mike Thomposon, HSU Ceramics Lab, Fire Art Studios and more have donated hand-crafted ceramic bowls to support the cause. Del Norte and Tribal Lands Community Food Council is using the model of Empty Bowls to raise money for the Pacific Pantry.

By attending the event, guests will have access to all-you-can-eat soup and bread, their very own bowl, music, dessert, and a silent auction. The silent auction will feature specialty pieces of art, incredible local experiences such as cooking classes, garden installation, fly fishing lessons, kayak trip and lunch with the mayor.

The soups and bread will be provided by local restaurants and community members, including Seaquake, Ocean 675, Good Harvest and Bellenotte.

“We have had artisans, restaurants, agencies, and community members coming forward who really believe in the mission of Pacific Pantry and have been working hard to make this event a success,” Food Program Coordinator Andrea Lanctot said. “We hope the community will join us in addressing hunger in Del Norte.”

The goal of the event is to raise $25,000 for Pacific Pantry, Del Norte’s only choice food pantry, by the end of the year.

For information about the event you can contact, Andrea Lanctot, Food Program Coordinator, alanctot@frcredwoods.org 707-464-0955 ext 2109


December 14, 2019
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Cultural Center
1001 Front St.
Crescent City, CA 95531 United States
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