by Jennifer Thomas
Guests will enjoy a European-themed lunch featuring soup and other delicacies from 18 of North Texas’ finest restaurants. Attendees can select a handcrafted bowl featuring the talents of Texas artists and potters as a memento of the day.
Empty Bowls is the signature event for the North Texas Food Bank that combines artisan handmade bowls, food and music to help feed hungry North Texans.
Fifteen years ago Empty Bowls was started by local potters, John and Darlene Williams, as a fun and creative way to fight hunger in the North Texas communities. What started in the basement of a Dallas church has now evolved in to a 2,000-guest event gracing the grand lobby of the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, delicious dishes from area restaurants and more than 3,000 unique, handmade, pottery bowls.
On March 6, the tradition of artfully nourishing our neighbors will once again provide memories for those who attend and hope for those who suffer from hunger.
When: March 6, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM-1:00 PM
Where: Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201
VIP-$100 Includes early entry at 10:30 AM through exclusive VIP entrance, food and beverage, and a handcrafted artisan bowl.
General Admission-$35 Includes entry at 11:00 AM, food and beverage and handcrafted artisan bowl.
General Admission/No Bowl-$25 Includes entry at 11:00 AM, food and beverage.