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2018 Empty Bowls Fundraiser

At Watermark, we are proud to give back to our wonderful, welcoming Osoyoos community.

This year, we are once again excited to host the Empty Bowls Fundraiser, in support of the Desert Sun Counselling and Resource Centre.

This communal meal raises funds to help ensure that nobody in our community needs to endure the pain of hunger.

As always, the talented and passionate artists at Osoyoos Potters have been creating beautiful, one-of-a-kind soup bowls to donate to this event.

Local chefs are preparing a filling and delicious potable feast of soups, accompanied by handmade breads and excellent Okanagan and Similkameen wine, beer and cider.

We ask guests to fill their bowls and enjoy this heartwarming and belly-warming event.

Ticket price includes a handcrafted bowl to use for the evening and to take home as a reminder that there is always an opportunity to lend a hand to someone in need.

Proceeds go to programs that help every member our South Okanagan community to thrive.

2018 Empty Bowls Fundraiser
Wednesday, November 14th
6:00 pm
Watermark Beach Resort


Tickets are available through Eventbrite, or in person at the Desert Sun Counselling and Resource Centre office.

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