The Trinity Jubilee Center’s 10th annual Empty Bowls Supper

The Trinity Jubilee Center’s 10th annual Empty Bowls Supper will be held on Sunday, May 4th, from 4:30-6:30 at the First Universalist Church, 169 Pleasant Street, Auburn. Potters from around the state have donated hundreds of bowls, plates, and mugs and more than a dozen local restaurants have donated food. Everyone is invited to purchase a piece of pottery, eat dinner, and enjoy music by the Great Falls Community Folk Orchestra. The Jubilee Center is a community center in downtown Lewiston, open seven days a week. Proceeds from the Empty Bowls Supper benefit the center’s programs, including a soup kitchen, food pantry, resource center, refugee assistance program, and day shelter. Every year more than 30,000 meals are served and 12,000 bags of groceries are distributed to those struggling to feed their families.   Soup for the Empty Bowls Supper is provided by Marché, Gipper’s Sports Grill, Hurricane’s Café & Deli, Marco’s Italian Restaurante, She Doesn’t Like Guthrie’s, Wei Li, and DaVinci’s Eatery. Breads are provided by Forage Market, the Italian Bakery, and Grant’s Bakery. Dessert is provided by Subway, Governor’s Restaurant, and Sam’s Italian Restaurant. This year’s potters include: The Potter’s House, Edgecomb Potters, Carrie White, Mudroom Pottery Studio, Pottery by Celia, Georgetown Pottery, Saltbox Pottery, and students at Maine College of Art, Bates College, Gould Academy, and St. Dominic Academy. Admission is free and dinner is free with the purchase of pottery. For more information on the Jubilee Center’s programs and the Empty Bowls Supper, please visit or, or email  
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