Soul-Filled Bowls: A Community Project Feeding the Hungry Arts Council of Princeton's Ceramic Community

December 3 - December 3

The Arts Council of Princeton’s Ceramics Community – students, instructors, & local ceramic artists – are creating 250 handmade bowls to feed the hungry in anticipation of the first Soul-Filled Bowls event to be held at in the ACP’s Paul Robeson Center for the Arts from 11-3:30

The public is invited to come purchase a beautiful handmade ceramics bowl for $20, enjoy soup donated by Blawenburg Cafe and a piece of bread.

All proceeds will benefit Trenton Area Soup Kitchen and Mercer Street Friends.

For more information, please contact Kathleen 609.924.8777.

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