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Harvest & fiber festival

I will be at the Harvest & Fiber Festival at Tangerini's Spring Street Farm, 139 Spring St, Millis, MA 02054 on September 16, 9:30am-3pm. This is a wonderful fall festival hosted by Tangerini's and In the Loop, featuring fall harvest veggies and gourmet foods, Indie yarns and dyers, spinners, weavers, potters, candles, soaps, jewelry, bags and more from all over New England. Come pick apples and pumpkins, shop the farm, take a hayride, get a delicious lunch! I will be there along with Jeannette McGillicuddy of Garden Wren Pottery, and we hope to see you there. Updates for the event can be found on my Facebook event page.



Artful autumn fair at briggs nursery

I will be at the Artful Autumn Fair at Briggs Nursery in North Attleboro, MA on October 21 & 22 along with fellow potter Jeannette McGillicuddy of Garden Wren Pottery. We'll have lots of new pottery and we hope to see you there! More info about this event will be coming.





potters place show & sale

This much-anticipated Holiday Show & Sale will be held November 17 - 19. My pottery will be available along with hundreds of other beautiful, unique hand-crafted pottery items by the 23 members of Potters Place. Show & Sale hours are: Friday, Nov. 17, 5:30–9pm, Saturday, Nov. 18, 9am–8pm and Sunday, Nov. 19, 10am-4pm. A "Meet the Artists" reception takes place Friday evening when you can enjoy refreshments and meet the 23 featured Potters Place artisans, including me! Potters Place is a non-profit organization dedicated to both art and community outreach. Look for our table of donated bowls being sold for the benefit of the Walpole Food Pantry. More information is available at www.pottersplace.info and on Facebook.


Old fiske museum - wrentham, ma

My pottery is on display at the Old Fiske Museum in Wrentham, MA. The Wrentham Cultural Council Gallery features paintings, poetry, sculpture, pottery, and other works reflecting the professions and passions of today's Wrentham residents. Discover other unique enterprises that have been and are currently part of Wrentham's heritage. The exhibit may viewed by appointment. Contact the Council for an appointment. More information is available on Facebook.