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A Wonderful Great Bowls of Fire

Ottawa Guild of Potters served up a tasty event!

Many thanks to the organizers, potters, attendees, restaurants, and sponsors who helped and participated in this year’s Great Bowls of Fire; what a wonderful evening!

Attendees love this event not only for the AMAZING soup, bread, treats, and entertainment – but also because of the lovely works of art they get to take home with them. Thank you to the Ottawa Guild of Potters for your on going support, and for including in us in this wonderful event that showcases your immense talent. Thank you to Derick Fage for once again being the host and auctioneer of the evening.

Thanks to the efforts of all involved with the event, as well as everyone who attended, this year’s Great Bowls of Fire raised an incredible $19,475 for the Ottawa Food Bank!

Canto Sentimento Strings filled the room with beautiful music while guests enjoyed soup by chefs from the following generous and delicious restaurants:

  • Absinthe
  • Town
  • Wellington Gastropub
  • Stone Soup Works
  • Joy of Gluten Free
  • Stoneface Dolly’s
  • Il Primo
  • Thyme and Again
  • Lazy Pickle
  • Side Door

 

 

 

 

Putting together a night like this is no small feat – so thank you to all who had a hand in the night, including:

  • Costco, Kanata
  • Costco, Merivale Road
  • Farm Boy, Kanata
  • Farm Boy, Signature Center
  • FreshCo, Bells Corners
  • Loblaws, Bells Corners
  • Loblaws, Isabella
  • Loblaws, College Square
  • Metro, Bells Corners
  • Starbucks, Bells Corners
  • Starbucks, Pinecrest
  • Superstore, Eagleson Road
  • Superstore, Richmond Road
  • Your Independent Grocer, Eagleson Road
  • Your Independent Grocer, Stittsville
  • ACE Bakery
  • Rideau Bakery
  • Trillium Bakery
  • The Joy of Gluten Free
  • Goodie’s Fine Catering
  • Allegra Printing (Carling Ave)
  • Capital Pottery Supplies
  • Party Time
  • The Glebe Neighbourhood Activities Group

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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