Participating Potteries for 2012 Seagrove Festivals
In 1982, local citizens, recognizing the strength of continuing to preserve the history and heritage of their craft, began to celebrate annually the weekend before Thanksgiving by organizing the Seagrove Pottery Festival. This festival weekend has now grown to include both the Seagrove Pottery Festival and the Celebration of Seagrove Potters.
The 5th Annual Celebration of Seagrove Potters will be held November 16 - 18, 2012 at the Historic Luck's Cannery, 798 Pottery Hwy 705 in Seagrove. Admission is $45 per person for the combined Friday Night Gala, and Sat & Sun general admission; or $5 per person for general admission on Sat & Sun only. Posted hours for this event are Fri, 6-9 pm (gala); Sat, 9 am-6 pm; Sun, 10 am-4 pm. Participating potteries include: Avery Pottery & Tileworks | Ben Owen Pottery | Blue Hen Pottery | BlueStone Pottery | Bulldog Pottery | Caldwell-Hohl Artworks | Chad Brown Pottery | Chris Luther Pottery | Country Pots | Cross Creek Pottery | Crystal King Pottery | Daniel Johnston Pottery | David Stuempfle Pottery | Dean & Martin Pottery | DirtWorks Pottery | Dixieland Pottery | Donna Craven Pottery | Dover Pottery | Eck McCanless Pottery | Fat Beagle Pottery | Fireshadow Pottery | From the Ground Up | Gingerbread House Pottery | Great White Oak Gallery | Hatfield Pottery | Hickory Hill Pottery | Michele Hastings & Jeff Brown Pottery | JLK Jewelry at Jugtown Pottery | Johnston & Gentithes Art Pottery | Jugtown Pottery | Keith Martindale Pottery | Koepnick Pottery | King's Pottery | Kovack Pottery | Lantern Hill Pottery | Latham's Pottery | Luck's Ware | Lufkin Pottery | McCanless Pottery | McKay Pottery | Nelda French Pottery | Nichols Pottery | Old Gap Pottery | Original Owens Pottery | Pebbles Pottery | Pottery by Frank Neef | Potts Pottery | Ray Pottery | Riggs Pottery | Rockhouse Pottery | Seagrove Stoneware | Snowhill Pottery & Tileworks | Studio Touya | The Hutch | Thomas Pottery | Tom Gray Pottery | Triple C Pottery | Turn & Burn Pottery | Uwharrie Crystalline | Whynot Pottery | Windsong Pottery | Zehmer Pottery
The 31st Annual Seagrove Pottery Festival will be held on November 17 & 18, 2012 at Seagrove Elementary School, 528 Old Plank Rd, Seagrove. Admission is $5 per person. Posted hours for this event are Sat & Sun, 9 am - 5 pm. Participating potteries include: Amy Hart Design | Bolick Pottery | Bristow Pottery | Buckhorn Pottery | C F Tomchik Designs | Callicutt Pottery | Canyon Art | Cape Fear Pottery | Charlotte Munning Pottery | Chrisco's Pottery | Country Hearts Pottery | Down to Earth Pottery | Dpetersham Clay Designs | Earthly Arts | Earthworks Pottery | Flame Pottery | Flying Pig Pottery | Fork Creek Mill Pottery | Freeman Pottery | Hog Hill Pottery | Homeplace Pottery | Horse Barn Pottery | Into the Fire Pottery | JCR Designs | Kathy Whitley Pottery | Keith Meyers Pottery | Kenneth Neilson Pottery | Kovack Pottery | Lantern Hill Pottery | Lion's Den Pottery | Lovin Hills Pottery | Lowder Pottery | Lufkin Pottery | Maggie Black Pottery | Mud Duck Pottery | Mudd Pottery | New Day Pottery | North Cole Pottery | Olive Branch Pottery | Ouida's Pottery | Palm Tree Pottery | Pebbles Pottery | Phil Morgan Pottery | Piney Woods Pottery | Potterphenalia | Pottery by Eugene | Pottery Junction | Raven Pottery | Rockhouse Pottery | Russellwood Pottery | Rust Pottery | Seagrove Orchids | Shovelin' Barefoot | Snow Creek Pottery | Southern Designs | The Pottery Garden | Travis Berning Pottery | Tree House Pottery | Triple C Pottery | Turning Point Clay Studio | Tyro Pottery & Creations | Wildwood Originals | Williams Pottery | Wood's Wheel Pottery | Wyndham & Brooke Haven Pottery
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The Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization for Randolph County Tourism Development Authority representing Archdale, Asheboro, Franklinville, Liberty, Ramseur, Randleman, Seagrove, Staley, and Trinity; and operates solely on occupancy taxes generated by overnight guests in Randolph County. The county's travel industry employs nearly 900 direct jobs supporting $13,770,441in lodging sales in 2011.