Soup has the power to bring people together. That’s the idea behind Queer Soup Night, an event that began as a community builder in Brooklyn and now has its own chapter in Minnesota. At each installment, folks can enjoy a variety of soups made by local queer chefs, with funds raised during the event benefiting a Twin Cities charity. This Sunday’s party will showcase eats from Annette Colón (Red Hen Gastrolab, the Lynhall), Franny Bannen (the Wedge and Linden Hills Co-ops, Blue Collar Supper Club, the Pizza Farm), and Stephanie Hedrick of the Woman’s Club of Minneapolis. Fill your belly and warm your heart knowing that proceeds will benefit food justice/sustainability warriors Sisters Camelot. The gathering will also include another thing that brings people together: a dance floor. Be prepared to jam to tunes from DJ Beefcakes. Meanwhile, Nicole Mayefske of Big Mouth Tarot will be giving free readings the first hour of the event.