Soup Bowls warm up Penticton Art Gallery

Sold out Soup Bowls fundraiser for the Penticton Art Gallery a success.

Assistant curator of the Penticton Art Gallery Brooke Nyhus (left) admires the hand-made bowls provided by the Penticton Potters Guild with head chef of the new Naramata Pub and Grill Kacey Alladin on Nov. 15 during the Soup Bowls Project fundraiser held at the Penticton Art Gallery.

Beautiful hand-crafted pottery bowl  made by the Penticton Potters’ Guild filled with delectable soups from the finest local restaurants were on the menu at the annual Penticton Art Gallery fundraiser on Nov. 14.

Participating restaurants included the Copper Mug Pub, Brodo Kitchen, The Bench Market, St. Germain Cafe, Theo’s Restaurant, Kettle Valley Station Pub, Wiisnin – Let’s Eat on Main, Wouda’s Bakery, Black Iron Grill, The Cellar Wine Bar & Kitchen, Voda Restaurant, Bellevue Cafe, Naramta Pub & Grill, Voodoo’s and Spiro’s Cubby Hole.

Bread & Beverages from: Just Pies and Serious Breads, Cannery Brewing, Hillside Winery

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