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Davidson Housing Coalition’s Souper Bowl XV Set for Saturday, March 9

by | Feb 19, 2019 | Davidson Housing Coalition, News

Young worker helping out the Pickled Peach, serving up their delicious soup

Calling all Souper Bowl fans! Save the date for the most popular culinary cook-off around Lake Norman – it’s the annual Davidson Housing Coalition “Souper Bowl” to be held on Saturday, March 9th. As many as ten area restaurants will be serving delicious soup creations to attendees from 11 AM to 1:30 PM in the Lilly Family Gallery of Chambers Building on the Davidson College Campus. We’re excited to announce that Mestizo Contemporary Mexican, Famous Toastery, Table 31, Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse, Mandolino’s Artisan Pizza, and more will be competing in Souper Bowl XV.

Follow along on our Facebook page as we share this year’s soup line-up.

Based on their soup samplings, attendees will be invited to vote for their favorites in several categories – Best Chunky, Best Creamy, Best

Left to right, Sherman Kahn, Nancy Kahn, and Michael Griggs enjoy their soups

Farm to Spoon, Best Vegetarian and Most Creative. All soups are also eligible for the Best Overall title. Award winners will be announced at the conclusion of the event. Additionally, attendees can bid for unique works by local artists in a silent auction, enjoy bread and dessert from area bakeries, and listen to musical performances by several area musicians.

Tickets at an incredible value are now available for sale on our website. Ticket prices are ONLY $15 for adults, $10 for students (12+) and $5 for children (<12). For those who cannot attend the event, but would like to make support our HAMMERS program, please visit our website.

Jeri Krentz shares a good time with the Davidson Ice House, while Mary Barker (in pink scarf) works to check people in for the Davidson Housing Coalition

All proceeds will benefit our HAMMERS program (Hands Around Mecklenburg/Mooresville Making Emergency Repairs Safely). HAMMERS is a collaborative effort of Davidson Housing Coalition and Davidson College to reduce the immediate threats to life, health, and safety in homes owned and occupied by lower wealth residents of Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson. Established in 2005, HAMMERS has completed repairs on more than 145 homes.

Questions about Souper Bowl, or purchasing tickets? Call our office at (704) 892-4486, or email our Development Coordinator, Livesey Pack.

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