Please join us for the opening reception of The Stewpot Artists’ annual art show and sale at the downtown Dallas Public Library.
The show will be on display through the month of January.
The Bradshaw Gallery is on the 4th floor and is open during regular library hours. Admission is free and refreshments are provided.
90% of the proceeds go to The Stewpot Artists and 10% go to the art program.
The Stewpot Alliance has started collecting items for the annual Women’s Holiday Tea for women who are clients of The Stewpot. The Women’s Holiday Tea is a delightful occasion - the Dallas chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier prepares and serves a delicious gourmet lunch and The Alliance provides lovely accessories and pampering items that guests select from different stations throughout the Stewpot’s Day Room.
The most pressing donations needed for The Stewpot Women's Holiday Tea are the following:
New or like-new make-up; perfume; and nail care. The makeup may be sample-size or full-sized. Gold Bond powder and lotion are popular items.
New or gently-used large purses or totes
New or gently-used jewelry
Please deliver items directly to: The Stewpot, c/o McKenzie Gerber, 1822 Young St. Dallas, TX 75201. (Enter the garage and a Stewpot member will unload your items. Please make sure that you tell them that it is for the Women’s Tea (c/o McKenzie Gerber).)
Volunteer opportunities include donation sorting/packing events and at the event itself. Please click here for times and available slots. Sorting/packing dates are forthcoming. Thank you for helping make The Stewpot’s women clients’ holiday season a happy and memorable one!
Join us January 17, 2019 at The Hilton Anatole Hotel for The Stewpot Alliance's 11th annual Soup's On! Luncheon benefiting The Stewpot. Co-chairs for this year’s luncheon are Lindsay Billingsley and Jill Tiernan, with Lucy Billingsley and Linda Owen Barnes serving as Honorary Chairs, and Linda McMahon as Sponsorship Chair.
We’re excited to announce that the 2019 Luncheon will feature speaker Regina Calcaterra, author of Etched in Sand, who will share her story on overcoming a childhood characterized by poverty, abuse, and homelessness. And, as always, some of Dallas’ finest chefs – under the direction of celebrity chef Brian Luscher, owner of The Grape – will prepare a variety of specialty soups just for the occasion. Guests will also be able to view and purchase one-of-a-kind works from artists who are members of the Stewpot Art Program.
We hope to see you there!