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Souper Saturday at the Torpedo Factory

Bowls by the Torpedo Factory artists of Hollin Hills studio.
Bowls by the Torpedo Factory artists of Hollin Hills studio.

January 18, you can warm up with some soup and support a worthy cause at the same time.

Every year, the potters of the Torpedo Factory donate soup bowls for Souper Saturday, a fundraiser that supports United Community Ministries, which provides a wide variety of services to Northern Virginia families including transitional housing, after-school programs, and a food bank.

For $20, you can get a bowl of soup — clam chowder generously provided by Chart House — and a handmade bowl by a Torpedo Factory artist. Souper Saturday is coming up January 18, 9:00 am to 12:00 noon at the Torpedo Factory (105 N. Union St. in Alexandria).

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