1ST ANNUAL EMPTY BOWLS PROJECT LUNCHEON - Spring House Estates

1ST ANNUAL
EMPTY BOWLS PROJECT LUNCHEON
Saturday, April 27, 2013

Stop in anytime from
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
at Spring House Estates



Donation for adults: $20 for hand-crafted bowl and lunch or $10 for lunch only
For children under 10: $10 for hand-crafted bowl and lunch or $5 for lunch only

Enjoy SOUPS, BREADS and COOKIES created by:

BCTC Culinary Arts Program, Carriage House, Corner Brick Bakery, Green Harvest, Harris Bakery,
Horn O Plenty, Jean Bonnet Tavern, The Lunchbox, Spring House Estates, and Bob and Nancy

Take home an “EMPTY BOWL” created by the community

Bedford County’s After3 Program students, Chestnut Ridge Middle School’s 8th grade art students,
Discovery Time School/Bedford Presbyterian Church, Everett United Methodist Church
and participants of the Bedford County Arts Center’s Make-a-Bowl workshops

Auction items donated by artists from Juniata College;
renowned potter, Jim McDowell; and many of our talented local potters.
***Preview the bowls at M&T Bank in Bedford and Berneice’s in Everett***

SILENT AUCTION of Specialty Bowls

Nathaniel & Kaitlyn Maxwell~Biscuits & Gravy~Emma Goldhaber~Washington Slept Here!!!
BOWL-THROWING DEMO– Bethany Benson, Assoc. Professor of Art at Juniata College

Event benefits the Bedford County Food Bank pantries:
Bedford, Everett, Hopewell, Hyndman, New Paris & Woodbury
***The Bedford County pantries serve over 3,000 individuals monthly***

For more information contact Teresa at 814-494-2120/evtfp@yahoo.com or BCFB office at 623-3991

Sponsored by: Bedford County Food Bank/Community Foundation of the Alleghenies/ Bedford County Arts Council

Time: 
Saturday, April 27, 2013 - 11:00am to 2:00pm