NTFB Empty Bowls March 2nd (Contest)

EB picture for social - 2018by Steven Doyle

The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is proud to announce a signature event, the 19th annual Empty Bowls, will be held on March 2, 2018 at the The F.I.G. (1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201).

Guests will enjoy a European-themed lunch featuring soup and other delicacies from 20+ 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.

Nineteen 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 Fashion Industry Gallery, delicious dishes from area restaurants and more than 3,000 unique, handmade, pottery bowls.

On March 2nd the tradition of artfully nourishing our neighbors will once again provide memories for those who attend and hope for those who suffer from hunger.

You may win two tickets to this marvelous event by making a comment below. We will select a winner at random February 23rd and notify you by email. 

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When: March 2, 2018

Time: 11:00 AM-1:00 PM

Where: The Fashion Industry Gallery (1807 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75201)

Tickets can be purchased at  their website

VIP-$175  Includes early entry at 10:30 AM through exclusive VIP entrance, food and beverage, and a handcrafted artisan bowl.

General Admission-$40 Includes entry at 11:00 AM, food and beverage and handcrafted artisan bowl.

If you are unable to attend the event there is a donation option on the website.

28 Comments

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28 responses to “NTFB Empty Bowls March 2nd (Contest)

  1. Jillian Brooks

    Sounds like a great event for an even better cause.

  2. scott

    Empty Bowls is a fun event, in addition to being a worthwhile charitable event.

  3. Carl Devonshire

    I would love to go to this and will even make a donation if chosen.

  4. Denise H.

    I have been to this years ago when it was at the symphony hall. Great event. Would love to go, thank you!

  5. Lori Powell

    I can and would love to go regardless if I win or not. Thank you for letting us all know about these type of things. Crave for the win!

  6. Hailey

    This is a sweet deal.

  7. Tony Bernard

    I would like to go to this.

  8. Peter Brooks

    Pick me and my wife. New to Dallas and would love to get involved.

  9. Sherman

    Never heard of this so thank you. I just bought tickets but would take people from my office if I win.

  10. Tanya Lawrence

    Sign me up!

  11. Cindy Ethridge

    I would love to go to this. Such a great idea.

  12. Amanda Samsel

    Would love to go!

  13. Liz N.

    My friend has gone to this before and said it was a great experience! I’d love to go try it myself!

  14. Tanya Burk

    This is awesome, count me in.

  15. Daniel Stanelle

    How have I never heard of this…this is amazing!

  16. Sheryl Teague

    If I know Steven do I still qualify? I would love to go to this!

  17. Paul Shelton

    I would like these tickets.

  18. Alissa Ivey

    Thank you Empty Bowls for fighting hunger

  19. Trace Ivey

    I have attended this event several times, the bowls are always so beautiful and the food so delicious

  20. I have always wanted to attend this event.

  21. LisaO

    What a wonderful event!

  22. Jerry Feldman

    Count me in for the contest and thanks for letting me know. I want to support the food bank locally. How can a business help besides donations?

  23. Connie Lieberman

    Do you have a list of the chefs or restaurants? This looks amazing.

  24. The NTFB is such an incredible organization and events like this just help further the cause!

  25. Sarah

    Always a great event and a worthy cause.

  26. Teresa Wynne

    This sounds great!!!

  27. Congratulations Jillian Brooks!

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