“Light the Fire” Holiday Club sales in Campbell River and Courtenay

“Light the Fire” Holiday Club sale in Campbell River

Saturday, November 9, 11am-4pm
Campbell River Sportsplex, 1800 Alder St

Get ready to kick off the holiday season while supporting some of the best potters on Vancouver Island. We will have potters from Nanaimo to Quadra Island with pottery from the functional to the decorative. You are sure to find something for every budget and taste.

There will be a door prize and the food bank will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items. Stay and have a coffee or snack and meet your local potters.
Cash, credit or debit card accepted

If you have someone on your list who likes pottery or just want to add to your own collection don’t miss the north island ceramic event of the year.

“Light the Fire” Holiday Club sale in Courtenay 

Saturday, November 23rd from 11 to 4 at The Filberg Center in Courtenay.

The Filberg Center in Courtenay will again host the annual pottery event of the year. There will be ceramic artists from Quadra Island to Nanaimo showcasing pots large and small sure to fit with every decorative style and dinner setting. If you missed the Campbell River sale Saturday, November 23rd from 11 to 4 is the day to add to the collections of everyone on your shopping list

  A one dollar admission will buy a door prize ticket and help the Comox Valley food bank who will be accepting non-perishable food items.
  The Merville Grandmothers will prepare light lunches as part of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign in support of the Stephen Lewis Foundation.
  The Comox Valley is home to some of the best potters in B.C. so mark Saturday, November the 23rd on your calender as the pottery sale of the year.

Club Members Throwing Workshop

Algys, John and Craig have agreed to mentor a throwing workshop for club members on April 17 at the college. They were available to help with what ever members want to work on, and   demoed if folks are wondering how specific forms are made.

Great time and lots was learned.  Thanks to the mentors and all those that came.

 

Robin Hopper Bursary for Ceramic Arts

Robin Hopper Bursary for Ceramic Arts

The Potters Place Gallery began this bursary for students and makers of Ceramic Arts in March 2017 in honor of Robin Hopper.

Each year a bursary will be awarded to a qualified recipient for use in ceramic studies, workshops & research & development etc.,  all in the realm of clay/ceramics.

You can donate to this bursary or learn more about how to apply at the Potters Place Website.

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