Join us on the Museum’s lawn for an evening of summer fun and… soup!
Featuring: Live Music by The Distant Ships • Bent Water Brewing Co. • Lawn Games • Raffles & More!
Enjoy a delicious meal of soup, salad, bread, and dessert. Take home a handmade bowl as a reminder of all in our community who face empty bowls each day as they struggle with food insecurity.
Proceeds from the event will help fund meals and other programs of My Brother’s Table. The more funds we raise, the more we can help!
COMPLIMENTS TO THE FOOD & DRINK MAKERS!
HATS OFF TO THE BOWL MAKERS!
The Clay School
Hamilton Wenham High School
Manchester Essex High School
Reading High School
Salem High School
Saugus High School
Swampscott High School
Wakefield High School
Dr. Paula Wolk
BRAVO TO OUR BOUNTIFUL BOWL SPONSORS
CHEERS TO OUR CHOWDER CHAMP SPONSORS
HOORAY TO OUR HUNGER HELPER SPONSOR
How can an empty bowl help end hunger?
Empty Bowls is a global fundraising movement started in 1990 by a teacher. His idea was to organize a charitable event to give artists and art students a way to make a personal difference by raising money for soup kitchens, food banks and other organizations fighting hunger locally.
The concept is simple:
Artists make and donate the hand-made bowls. Businesses donate the soup. The charity who receives the event proceeds hosts the event. The community comes together, buys tickets, takes a piece of functional art (bowls) home, eats some great food – all for the benefit of the chosen nonprofit.