Theophilus North by Matthew Burnett, based on the novel by Thornton Wilder. Lee College Performing Arts Center’s Black Box Theater, Feb. 16-16 and March 1, 2 and 3. Presented by a special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. Shows at the PAC
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Make ceramic bowls for the Empty Bowls Houston fundraiser to benefit the Houston Food Bank.
This event is open to the public. It will be held at the Lee College Ceramics Department, Room W26/28 of the McNulty-Haddick Building, near the intersection of Decker Drive and Texas Avenue. Clay and wheels will be provided. Firing and glazing will be completed by the Lee College Ceramics Department. All bowls will be donated to the Empty Bowls Houston event set for May 18 at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.
For more information, contact Jennifer Herzberg at 281.425.6484 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Empty Bowls Houston
Empty Bowls is an international effort to fight hunger, implemented in Houston to benefit the Houston Food Bank. The unique lunch fundraiser — held Saturday, May 18th, 2019 — is a collaboration between Houston area ceramists, wood-turners and artists working in all media and the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.
For a minimum $25 donation, attendees receive a simple lunch of soup provided by Sweet Tomatoes and bread provided by Slow Dough, and then select a bowl from more than 1,000 unique, hand-crafted bowls donated by Houston area ceramists and craft artists. The empty bowls serve as a reminder of all the empty bowls in our community and the world. There are also larger bowls available at higher prices. The event is being held at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, 4848 Main Street. For more information, tickets or to donate a bowl, visit www.EmptyBowlsHouston.org.
About the Houston Food Bank
The Houston Food Bank is a solution to hunger in times of need. America’s largest and nationally recognized as Feeding America’s Food Bank of the Year, the Food Bank distributes 74 million nutritious meals through its network of 600 food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and other hunger-relief charities in southeast Texas, feeding 800,000 individuals annually. Fresh produce, meat and non-perishables are distributed from the warehouse at 535 Portwall, and meals for kids are prepared and distributed from Keegan Center, a 15,000-square-foot industrial kitchen. Additional community services include nutrition education, school-based programs, food stamp applications and hands-on job training. Red Barrels offer a convenient way for grocery shoppers to donate non-perishables for their neighbors in need. The Houston Food Bank, founded in 1982, is a certified member of Feeding America, the nation’s food bank network, with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. Website: HoustonFoodBank.org; Facebook: www.facebook.com/HoustonFoodBank; Twitter: @HoustonFoodBank; Youtube Channel: www.youtube.com/houstonfoodbank.
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