AUBURN — Plans are under way for Trinity Jubilee Center’s sixth annual Empty Bowls Supper, to be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday, May 16, at the First Universalist Church on Pleasant Street.
Diners attending the event purchase handmade bowls created by Maine artisans and students and receive a meal of soup, bread, beverage and dessert, all donated by local establishments.
Bowl creators for this year’s event include Ash Cove Pottery, Amy Bilodeau, Cabin Pottery, Jody Dube, Edgecomb Pottery, Georgetown Pottery, Muddy Hand Designs, The Mudroom Pottery Studio, The Potter’s House, Pottery by Celia, S Designs, Saltbox Pottery, Sheepscot River Pottery, Studio One One Six and the students of Edward Little, Lewiston and St. Dom’s high schools.
Soup will be provided by Chopsticks, DaVinci’s, Gippers, The Green Ladle Restaurant at LRTC, Hurricane’s Deli, Little Dan’s BBQ and Marco’s; bread will be provided by Grants Bakery, Italian Bakery and Little Dan’s BBQ; and desserts will be provided by The Bread Shack, Governor’s Restaurant, Sam’s Catering and Subway. Flowers will be provided by Sweet Pea Designs.
Violinist Greg Boardman and his string students will provide background music for diners.
The Empty Bowls Supper will benefit Trinity Jubilee Center, a soup kitchen and food pantry serving those in need in the greater Lewiston-Auburn area. Bowl prices start at $10 (depending on bowl selected) and are available at the door. For more information, contact program director Dell Caron Gray at Trinity Jubilee Center, 782-5700 or email@example.com.