AUGUST 21, 2013
Empty Bowls set for Friday, Oct. 18
Save the date so you don’t miss this event!
Calling all artists and freinds: Pam DiPietro announces it is time to be thinking about the Empty Bowls Project and how you can contribute to the success of this event! As always the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center appreciates your donation of artwork for the Silent Auction portion of the Project.
The event is on Friday, October 18, but please allow for the time needed to catalog the donated item. To make arrangements for pickup of items, contact Kathy Newby, email@example.com, 1-269-501-1201 cell or Pam DiPietro, firstname.lastname@example.org, 480-595-0468 or 602-284-3483. Or bring the item directly to the Food Bank in its new location at 6038 E Hidden Valley Drive just across from the Sonoran Arts League office in Cave Creek. The Food Bank has staff on site Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and Thursday, Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Or you can bring your donation to the next Sonoran Arts League General Meeting on September 9 at Desert Foothills Lutheran Church.
Please be sure to attach the name of the artist, who donated (if not the artist), what the piece is (oil, watercolor, etc.), the retail value and suggested opening bid.
The Foothills Food Bank thanks everyone for their past generosity and hopes you will help make it the best Empty Bowls Project ever by donating an item to the silent auction.
For almost two decades, members and friends of the Sonoran Arts League have been creating ceramic and glass bowls in support of the Foothills Food Bank Empty Bowls Project held in awareness of World Hunger Day. Each year, on the 3rd Friday in October, the public is invited to join us in Carefree Town Center. Visitors choose from a wide selection of unique handmade bowls for a minimum donation of $15 each a simple lunch provided by the Carefree Resort & Conference Center is served in the bowl. A silent art auction adds another dimension to this event. One hundred percent of the proceeds go to the Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center – approximately $20,000 is raised each year.