Loveland, Ohio – Whistle Stop Clay Works (WSCW) is hosting the fifth annual Pottery Affaire on Saturday, September 3 from 11 AM until 4 PM. The show highlights local artists who will be offering handmade pottery, fiber art, paintings, turned wood items, note cards, photographs, and much more.
This show is a wonderful opportunity to support local artists and buy unique, handcrafted work.
The show will also be supporting the L.I.F.E Food Pantry, which fights food insecurity in the Loveland area. The food pantry will have a booth at the show and 100% of sales will go directly to the non-profit to help those in need. “We are excited to be partnering with Whistle Stop again this year. We raised over $500 last year and we are pleased to have an opportunity to educate people about our mission,” said Linda Bergholz, director of the pantry.
The show will also feature Loveland High School art students who will be selling their work.
The family-friendly event will have food, soft drinks, as well as wine and beer to help shoppers refuel and hydrate. In addition, there will be hourly door prizes, demonstrations on the potter’s wheel, and pottery studio tours.
“It’s going to be another amazing show. There will be nearly fifty artists showing their work. The Pottery Affaire offers tremendous variety and selection, so you’re sure to find something that is just right for you or someone on your shopping list,” commented Bonnie McNett, new owner of WSCW. “The setting is just perfect with lots of expansive shade trees and the beautiful O’Bannon Creek ambling by,” she added.
The Pottery Affaire is being held at 119 Harrison Avenue just north of historic, downtown Loveland on Saturday, September 3rd from 11 AM until 4PM. For further information call (513) 683-2529 or visit www.whistlestopclayworks.com.