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Anyone who donates at least 4 canned foods at Indiana Artisan Gifts & Gallery in Carmel from Jan. 30-Feb. 9 gets 20 percent off any handcrafted-in-Indiana bowl.
No matter who you’re rooting for in the big game, Indiana Artisan Gifts & Gallery is making it easy to score for local people in need at its Souper Bowl event. Anyone who brings at least 4 canned goods to the store at 22 N. Rangeline Road in the Carmel Arts & Design District from Jan. 30-Feb. 9 can take 20 percent off the purchase on any bowl in the store where everything is handcrafted in Indiana. Donations will be given to Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank, which supports over 40 foodView more
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A wide variety of artists from all over the state are collaborating with Indiana Artisan to host Souper Bowl. Bowls of all sizes and price ranges will be available, whether they’re thrown in clay, shaped in glass, turned in wood or woven in wicker.“As artists whose work has been designated among the state’s best, partnering with the Harvest Food Bank lets our creativity benefit people who depend on pantries to stock their kitchen cupboards with necessities,” said Noblesville potter Carol Bell.The five most-needed canned foods are tuna and chicken, stews or chunky meat soups, fruits, pasta entrees with meat, and pasta sauce. The food bank has provided over 775,000 meals in the county’s food support network since 2009.
22 North Range Line Road, Carmel, IN