Seagrove, NC - Several shops along Busbee Road will be participating in the Celebration of Spring in Seagrove hosted by the Seagrove Area Potters Association. Ten shops, including three museums, a jeweler, a blacksmith and a wide variety of other crafts, all in less than a three mile scenic drive, where pottery has been made continuously for over 100 years. There is something for everyone on your list in the shops starting on Busbee Road between Pottery Highway 705 and Jugtown Road.

Jugtown Pottery will have Salt Glaze, Copper Reds and Blue Ridge Blue dinner ware. It is spring and clay animals including guineas, catfish, crows, and turtles will be for sale. Mint iced tea and light refreshments will be served. Hours: Saturday 8:30-5:00 910-464-3266.

JLK Jewelry at Jugtown will feature new spring themed jewelry and creations in a variety of colors. Hours: Saturday 8:30-5:00 910-464-2653.

Cady Clay Works will feature handbuilt and embellished pottery masks by owner Beth Gore and local art teacher Pat Yow. The store will be decorated for spring and refreshments will be available. Hours: 9 - 5 Saturday. 910-464-5661.

Hickory Hill Pottery will be featuring a variety of functional baking dishes in an array of colors. Refreshments will be prepared and served using our wares. Come down to Busbee Road and see what's cooking. 910-464-3166. Hours: Saturday & Sunday, 9-5

O'Quinn Pottery will be stocked with a new selection of pottery fresh from the kiln, and we will have refreshments and door prizes. HOURS: 9 - 5 Saturday. 910-464-5125

Studio Touya is the newest addition to Busbee Road, Hitomi and Takuro moved here from Shigaraki, Japan several years ago. Wood fired functional pottery. Ash Glaze, Shino and Kohiki. Open April 16th, Hours: Saturday 9-5. 336-510-7385;

The Celebration of Spring in Seagrove is an annual event taking place each April in Seagrove.