Soup’s on at the gallery

Tickets are now available for the fifth annual Soup for the Cultured Soul to be held on Saturday, February 21

Tickets are now available for the fifth annual Soup for the Cultured Soul to be held on Saturday, February 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kootenay Gallery.

This popular event is sponsored by Kruekl Financial, The Element Club Bar Grill and Castlegar Sculpturewalk.

Tickets are $50 ($40 for gallery members) available at the Gallery and will give you an opportunity choose a locally made pottery bowl to take home at the end of the evening and to sample gourmet soups served by chefs from six local restaurants.

Artisan breads, a selection of wines and chocolates top off the menu.

Door prizes will be offered and all items in the Gallery gift shop will be 20 per cent off. This event always sells out so be sure to visit or call the gallery at 250-365-3337 to reserve your ticket.

 

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