NTFB Empty Bowl Event

by Steven Doyle

The North Texas Food Bank announced the date for the annual Empty Bowls luncheon, March 9, 2012 from 11am to 1pm. For a donation of $35 (advance price) luncheon guests can enjoy any of the soups, breads and desserts provided by over a dozen select restaurants, and go home with a hand crafted bowl created by an area artisan. While savoring the luncheon delicacies, Young Strings of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra entertain in the beautiful atrium of the Meyerson Symphony Center.  

You may also puchase a VIP ticket for the price of $100, or a No Bowl ticket for $20.

The North Texas Food Bank is extremely stressed this time of year and can use your participation.

We are offering a pair of tickets at no charge to one lucky commenter. We will announce the winner on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 5pm. To secure your own ticket or to make a donation to the food bank, please visit their website.

9 Comments

Filed under fundraiser, Giving Back, North Texas Food Bank, Steven Doyle, Symphony

9 responses to “NTFB Empty Bowl Event

  1. Carla Gourley

    I have been to this event every year! I love it so much and cherish my bowls each and every year! I was supposed to be out of town this year but my trip got cancelled just two days! I am looking forward to hopefully winning two tickets!

  2. Alyson Brown

    I love this event and would enjoy winning 2 tickets!

  3. Sarah H

    This is such a worthy event. I would love to win tickets.

  4. Maggie

    I’m a NTFB donor who has never made it out to the event. I’d love to win!

  5. Susan Peppler

    This sounds like an awesome event

  6. Crystal

    I always love seeing the beautiful bowls. Pick me!

  7. Congrats Sarah H for winning the pair of tickets, We will be sending you an email shortly.

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