Empty Bowl Supper to benefit House of Hope
Empty Bowl Supper, a family-friendly event featuring delicious soup and entertainment, will be held March 26 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Front Royal Fire Department. All proceeds from the event will benefit House of Hope. House of Hope is the only residential rehabilitation program serving men in Warren County. House of Hope is a program for homeless men who are ready and committed to making a permanent change in their lives. They offer shelter, food and guidance in obtaining needed services.
A ticket to Empty Bowl Supper gets you a handcrafted bowl of your choice painted just for the event; use it for dinner and take it home to keep. Various area restaurants will be providing soup and there will be activities and entertainment for the whole family. Tickets are available online through the Empty Bowl Supper Facebook event page.
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