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7/21/2019 8:36:00 AM
Mid-Year Pottery Market Completes Its 7th Year
John Browning was one of the many wonderful potters at the Pottery Market.(Photos Courtesy Kirk Herbertson)

John Browning was one of the many
wonderful potters at the Pottery Market.

(Photos Courtesy Kirk Herbertson)

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Lincoln Herald Staff

LINCOLNTON, N.C. – There were all colors, shapes, and sizes of pottery as many local and well-known potters showed off their creativity and talent at the 7th Annual Mid-Year Pottery Market at the Lincoln Cultural Center July 12-13.

The very exciting Pottery Market brought the rich legacy of Catawba Valley Pottery to the public as they visited with the potters, enjoyed their wares and discovered what makes their work unique as they decided which pieces to purchase that would last for decades.

This free event was hosted by the Mid-Year Pottery Market and the Lincoln Cultural Center.

For information on future events at the Lincoln Cultural Center or with the Mid-Year Pottery Market you can visit both of them on Facebook.

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