Join us at Finnriver on the last weekend in November for a celebration of the harvest, an expression of gratitude and a chance to support and nourish community! This weekend celebration will encompass our third annual Community Bowls & Soup Share event, benefiting local food access and Indigenous food sovereignty, the Holiday Harvest Craft Fair, and Gratitude walk.
Community Bowls and Soup Share
Our 3rd annual Community Bowls event starts Friday, November 26th and runs through Sunday November 28th at the Finnriver Cider Garden! An opportunity to enjoy farmcrafted soup, support community food access and to take home a beautiful ceramic bowl. We'll be accepting $25+ donations to take home a locally crafted pottery bowl. Your donation includes a bowl of Farm Soup from the Finnriver Kitchen. Proceeds from Community Bowls sales will go to Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe yəhúməct Traditional Foods and Culture Program and Olympic Neighbors via PT Sunrise Rotary. Bowls for the fundraiser are provided by local potters: Laughing Gnome, Millbrook Clayworks and Center Valley Pottery.
Click here to purchase a bowl.
The nonprofit Chimacum Center will be sponsoring complementary soup served to-go from the Finnriver Kitchen throughout the weekend. You can access a free take-out bowl of soup in-person at the Cider Garden Take Out counter at our entryway.
*Vaccination is not required to attend or vend at the Haybarn Harvest Craft Fair and the Gratitude Walk. Vaccination will continue to be required for dine-in and sit-down service at the Cider Garden. Masks required.