Loveland, Ohio – Whistle Stop Clay Works (WSCW) is participating in Christmas in Loveland happening Saturday, December 18 from 4 until 8 PM in Loveland, Ohio. The event, which draws thousands of residents, highlights the giving spirit of local businesses all over Loveland.
Whistle Stop Clay Works will be giving away 400 undecorated “gnome” ornaments to children who stop by the studio at 119 Harrison Avenue. The clay ornaments can be taken home and decorated with paints, markers, and glitter.
“Christmas in Loveland is an opportunity for our studio to show appreciation to the people of Loveland for the support we have received from the community. We will also be having a raffle and giving away pottery to two lucky winners, ” says Tim O’Grady, studio co-owner.
The WSCW studio will also be selling artist decorated gnome ornaments for ten dollars with 100% of the purchase price benefiting the League of Animal Welfare. “We are excited to partner with the League of Animal Welfare this year. They are an invaluable advocate for homeless animals and have been operating for over 70 years,” says studio manager Bonnie McNett. Additional information about this non-profit can be found at: https://www.lfaw.org.
In addition, the studio will have a special sale for those shopping on this festive evening. The gallery will be stocked with mugs, serving and soup bowls, platters and plates, chip & dip servers, sculptures, wall hangings, whimsical fairy houses and holiday decor and ornaments. Christmas in Loveland is happening Saturday, December 18 from 4 until 8 PM.
WSCW is located at 119 Harrison Avenue, in historic downtown Loveland, Ohio. Parking is free. Additional information can be found at https://www.lovelandmagazine.com/christmas-in-loveland-is-december-18/ or by calling the studio at (513) 683-2529.