Trail Pottery Club members took a break from the wheel and kiln on Thursday to set up for their first Annual Christmas Sale, which goes in the VISAC Gallery today (Friday) from 4-7 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Ten potters are featured in the sale that includes a large selection of pieces and something for every price point. The art of pottery is making a resurgence in the Trail, with 2016 being the first year the club had to cap its membership at 35, says VISAC Artistic Director, Kristen Renn. (From left) Carlee Kachman, a potter of 20 years, 10-year potter Kris Crandall, Anne Marie Hahn, 10-year potter, and VISAC’s Kristen Renn.

Trail Pottery Club hosts 1st Annual Christmas Sale

Locally crafted pottery on sale at the VISAC Friday 4-7 pm and Saturday 10 am until 2 pm


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Locally crafted pottery on sale at the VISAC Friday 4-7 pm and Saturday 10 am until 2 pm

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