Last week’s throwdown at Fire on the Greenway went great, by the way, with over a dozen ceramic artists (and many others running clay, drying bowls, and trimming!) creating 175 bowls in just six hours! Thank you for your support FOTG! We are excited to have you as a partner on this great community fundraiser coming up on February 4 that benefits Nicollet Square! You can see their perspective on the event by visiting their website at the link above, and you can visit their gallery and see all the artist’s work at their Holiday Sale on Dec. 4 & 5!
Ceramic artists if you missed the throwdown we are still very happy to collect a donation of already created food-safe bowls from you to use at the event. We can either arrange for a pick-up or you can drop bowls off at the Colorwheel Gallery at 46th & Grand Ave South between 11 AM- 7 PM, Tuesday through Sunday. If you have questions regarding anything related to donating feel free to contact KFNA’s Executive Director Sarah Linnes-Robinson at 612.823.5980 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
And now, Neighbors, now is the time to block out the evening of Feb. 4 to attend this amazing community event! Once again the Kingfield Empty Bowls event will run from 4-8 PM and be held at Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park. More information on participating restaurants and bakeries, as well as volunteer shifts and other event needs will be coming out after the first of the year! In the mean time if you have any questions feel free to contact KFNA at 612.823.5980 or email@example.com.