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Monday, January 31, 2011

So, soup

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One of Little Rock’s longest running fundraising events is coming up next month. The 30th Soup Sunday will be held Sunday, February 20th 4-7 p.m. at the Embassy Suites on Chenal. All you can eat soup, music and an auction. Take a cupcake or muffin tin — trust me, it’s easier.

Can’t make it to Little Rock? There’s another one going on in Springdale at the Northwest Arkansas Convention Center on the 27th. Information on both events on the jump.

Little Rock Soup Sunday
Feb. 20

Little Rock Soup Sunday will celebrate 30 years as one of the city's oldest fund-raising events February 20 from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at Embassy Suites on Financial Parkway. Tickets are now available online or by calling 501-371-9678.

Little Rock Soup Sunday will feature soups, bread and desserts from more than 30 central Arkansas restaurants such as Cotham's in the City, Sushi Café, Chi's Dim Sum and Bistro, Acadia, ZAZA's and Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe. We are excited to welcome back Little Joe and the BK's for our evening's entertainment as well as our silent auction with items such as pottery, a 1-hour landscape consultation with Chris Olsen, a casserole a month from Mary Twedt, jewelry, and more!

Arkansas Times' VIP Signature Soup Room featuring Chef Scott McGehee of ZAZA's as well as access to the main event are $50.
Regular adult tickets are $20.
Child tickets for $5 for ages 5-12.

New this year will be our yet-to-be-named Soup Cookbook! More than 60 soup recipes have been submitted by
restaurants and friends of AACF. The cookbook will make a great gift item paired with our new aprons sporting the current Soup Sunday logo. Both items will be available for sale. We look forward to seeing you at Soup Sunday. Don't forget to bring your muffin tins!


Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday

Feb. 27

Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday, quickly growing into one of the "must do" events, will celebrate 10 years on February 27 from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Northwest Arkansas Convention Center in Springdale. Tickets are now available online or by calling 479-927-9800.

Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday will feature soups, breads and desserts and entertainment once again by The McFetridge Jazz Quartet. This year's silent auction will take on a new twist. Bidders will be able to bid on spending face time with their favorite local elected officials and other people of influence in our featured "Power Lunches."

Regular adult tickets are $20.
Children ages 5-12 are $5.
Thanks to Gold Sponsors Arkansas Children's Hospital and David and Pam Parks for supporting Soup Sunday!

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