The 17th Annual Soup Bowl

The 17th Annual Soup Bowl
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Date(s) - May 1, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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The Harbor is thrilled to announce the RETURN OF THE SOUP BOWL! That’s right- after a brief pause for 2020 to do its thing, this cherished tradition is back for it’s 17th annual-ish extravaganza! It’s our biggest fundraising event of the year, and we want to see YOU in attendance!

Tickets on sale now and available at harbornw.org/soupbowl
On May 1st the Soup Bowl event will be held! This will consist of a short online video about who we are, how our practices have adapted to social distancing, and the amazing new programs we’re developing to help our community grow healthier. Following, there will be a paddle raise, and several raffles will cap off the night! The raffles are completely free- all you have to do to enter is be in attendance!

It wouldn’t be the Soup Bowl without Richard Rowlands one-of-a-kind handmade ceramic bowls; this year is no exception. In record time Richard and his team of volunteers made 120 bowls for the event this year. Buy your tickets fast, because these gorgeous pieces of art are in limited supply!

In addition to these beautiful bowls, everyone who buys a ticket will received a pack of five “Soupons” which can be exchanged for a free bowl of soup from participating local restaurants. This way you can still enjoy the delectable soup you remember from years back. Additionally, these restaurants will be able to cash out their Soupons with us at the end of May, so that we can reimburse them for the cost of the soup. This way we hope to give back to the restaurants that have made this event so memorable, after a year of record challenges.

With so many exciting components, we know this year’s Soup Bowl will be one to remember. We can’t wait to see you there!
The Soup Bowl would not be possible without our sponsors: Cannon Beach Vacation Rentals, Columbia River Coffee Roasters, Andrea Mazarella with Vesta Realty, Catriona Penfield, DiBartolomeo Law Office, Roland Schorr and Tower IT Services, and Fred Meyer.