AUBURN — The Trinity Jubilee Center’s 13th annual Empty Bowls Supper will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sunday, May 7, at the First Universalist Church, 169 Pleasant St.

Potters from across the state have donated hundreds of bowls, plates, and mugs and more than a dozen local restaurants are donating dinner. Everyone is invited to purchase a piece of pottery, eat dinner with their family, and enjoy live fiddle music by Greg and Jessie Boardman.

The Jubilee Center is a community center in downtown Lewiston, open six days a week. Proceeds from the Empty Bowls Supper benefit the center’s programs, including a soup kitchen, food pantry, resource center, refugee integration program, and day shelter.

Every week 500 meals are served and 300 bags of groceries are distributed to those struggling to feed their families.

Admission is free, and dinner is free with the purchase of pottery. Early admission passes are available for purchase online on the Jubilee Center’s website and allow guests to enter 30 minutes early and have first choice of pottery. Those unable to attend can Fill a Bowl online and feed 25 meals.


This year’s 13th annual Empty Bowls Supper for the Trinity Jubilee Center will be held May 7.

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