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3rd Annual Empty Bowls fundraiser for Uncle Foods Diner

Friday, May 9
4 to 7 p.m.
First United Methodist Church – Wesley Hall
175 N. Main St., Ashland, OR 

Enjoy a simple meal of soup and bread made by top area restaurants and bakeries; listen to music by jazz pianist Alan Berman, Blades of Grass, the Peace Choir Ensemble, and guitarist Laura Christine; and take home your handmade soup bowl crafted by a local potter to support those in our community who might otherwise go hungry.

Proceeds from Empty Bowls will benefit ACCESS, Ashland Emergency Food Bank, and Food Angels as well as Uncle Foods Diner.

Tickets for the event are $25 for adults, $10 for students, and those under 12 are free. They may be purchased in Ashland at Paddington Station, Northwest Nature Shop, or the door. They can also be purchased via credit card or Paypal online at www.peacehouse.net/tickets. For more information call Peace House at 541-482-9625

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Mission Statement

Peace House promotes nonviolence, economic and social justice, and the inherent dignity of all people.

  • We educate residents of Ashland and the Rogue Valley on relevant issues and organize for public advocacy and civic action.
  • We help individuals acquire the skills of nonviolent living.
  • We foster cooperation among organizations that share our fundamental values.