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The Happy Potters are an ambitious group. Once they’ve achieved a goal, the only thing to do is to exceed it! And that’s exactly what happened as, once again, this talented group has put their skills to work to benefit the Empty Bowls event for Our Daily Bread and Denton Community Food Center.

The Happy Potters, along with the Robson Ranch Kiln Krafters, have contributed 150 handmade bowls that will be available at the luncheon, which will be held on Oct. 14 at Harvest House, just off the square in Denton. For a ticket price of $30, attendees will select an artisan bowl to take home and enjoy a meal of unlimited soup and bread. Because the organizations that benefit from the event can purchase food in bulk, the bowls donated by the Robson Ranch crafters will result in approximately $13,000 in goods to benefit those in need in our community!

We hope you’ll plan to attend the Empty Bowls luncheon, but if that’s not possible, be aware that there will be bowls available for purchase online about four weeks prior to the event. More information can be found at

In addition to their annual charitable project, the Potters are also getting ready for the Robson Ranch Holiday Market in October. Shoppers can expect to find unique handmade items, including scarecrows, ghosts, Christmas trees, hobbit houses, ornaments, luminaries, and a variety of other useful and decorative items. If you need a gift sooner, we invite you to browse the window outside the Wine Cup Room in the CATC. What could be better than a one-of-kind piece of pottery made by a talented neighbor?!