First Annual Lincoln Co. Catawba Valley Pottery MarketFrom 5:30 pm to 5:00 pm
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Shop early for the holidays at the first Lincoln County Catawba Valley Pottery Market, October 13 and 14 at the Lincoln Cultural Center.
Be our guest beginning at 5:30 on Friday, October 13 as part of Lincolnton’s annual Fall Art Crawl with music by Rick Ramseur. Then on Saturday, October 14, from 9 until 5, join us for a full day of shopping with a wide array of regional pottery.
Among our featured artists will be Meg Carpenter (Dirty Pottery Girl), Deborah Celeste Perkins (Pottery by Celeste), Ed Lane (Ed Lane Pottery), Carolyn Walker and Olivia Walker Mourglea (Walker-Mourglea Pottery), and Fred Rust (Rust Pottery).
Learn more about Catawba Valley’s unique pottery tradition. Bring photographs of your own pieces, and an expert in Catawba Valley pottery will be available to assess them.
The event is presented by the Lincoln County Historical Association. There is no admission charge. For more information, email LincolnCountyHistoryNC@gmail.com or call 828-777-8707.