Photo via Shutterstock This Sunday, Milwaukee Empty Bowls endeavors to raise $45,000 to benefit five local nonprofits working to fight hunger. The annual event features 40 restaurants and bakeries, including […]

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This Sunday, Milwaukee Empty Bowls endeavors to raise $45,000 to benefit five local nonprofits working to fight hunger. The annual event features 40 restaurants and bakeries, including Blue’s Egg, Braise, Café Corazon, Le Reve Patisserie & Café, Café Lulu/Juniper 61, Hi Hat Lounge, Troubadour Bakery, Outpost Natural Foods and The Soup House. More than 2,000 ceramic bowls were made and donated by local artists, teachers and students. Your donation of $20 (per adult; $10 per kid) entitles you to two soup tickets and the bowl to take home. There’s entertainment, as well. The nonprofits that will benefit from the event are Milwaukee Rescue Mission, Central City Churches, Milwaukee Christian Center, Friedens Community Ministries and Fondy Food Center. Click here for more info. Sunday, Oct. 12, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Kern Center, Milwaukee School of Engineering (1245 N. Broadway).

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