Christmas Open House
You’d think we were gluttons for punishment! But a lot has changed since you may have visited us last year. We have done a lot more work to settle into our space now and we are keen, as always, to show it off. So we are having an open house to celebrate the end of the year, all the hard work we’ve done and we’d like to invite you to join us!
We will have demonstrations, tours of our premises, goodies (of course) and more of our art. We will also have the work of the Kawartha Woodturners’ Guild, Peterborough Handweavers’ and Spinners’ Guild as well as Gourds from the Canadian Gourd Society. Add some Christmas music and our wonderful company, and you are all set!
Join us on Saturday December 14th, 10-5 and Sunday December 15th 12-4. We look forward to seeing you here at 993 Talwood Drive, Peterborough! For a map of our location, click here.
New Course Schedule
Our sign-up is now available for the January 2014 classes (where did the year go?). Go to our classes page to sign up for six week classes in beginner and intermediate, and our new level 2 course. Or dabble with a workshop where you get to make one project. And the kids are never left out, they can sign up for a Family Clay Day (but adults can join too!) or an after school session on Wednesdays. There is something for everyone!
Thank you all for joining us at our Christmas sale on November 29, 30 and December 1st. We had a great time and it was lovely seeing all the usual faces as well as meeting a few more people! Below is our group shot of the potters in the show this year.
And the winners are…
The winners of the raffle for the pieces of pottery were Sarah Nolan, Maryanne Nadeau and Fran Crowe. Congratulations to you all.
Best Functional Award went to: Trinket Annis who received a $100 Gift Certificate from PSH, Best Non-Functional Pottery went to Linda Harris and she won a box of clay and a $50 gift certificate to KPG. People’s Choice award went to Dan Ferguson for the 2nd year in a row! He received a gift certificate to Tuckers. Way to go, Dan. And a big thank you to Pottery Supply House (PSH) and Tuckers Pottery Supplies.