Seagrove, NC – Seagrove Potters have something new and exciting planned for each remaining Saturday in July, and there are two chances left to enjoy these free demonstrations (please note some shops have materials charges).
Observe demonstrations of wheel turning, carving techniques, raku firing and much more. If you want to get your hands into some clay, this is your opportunity. You can participate in hands-on activities during this special month long event. Try making pottery on the wheel, learn a hand-building technique or make a pottery keepsake of your very own.
The participating potters are willing to share behind the scenes activities, so you can join in the craft.
Shops are open each Saturday in July, from 10am to 5pm.
Each participating shop will share their own special style and have their own specific event. Each Saturday is different.
For a list of participating shops and event schedules go to Discover Seagrove.com/saturdays-in-seagrove. Print or download the detailed listing. Pickup an area map and guide at your first stop and have a fun Saturday in Seagrove.
Seagrove is in the central piedmont of North Carolina where more than 100 ceramic artists call home. Visitors can shop galleries and studios from the town’s center, extending to a 20-mile radius along the scenic NC Pottery Highway.
The pottery shops of Seagrove are open year-round.
NC Pottery Highway 705, Seagrove, NC, 27341.
Photo: Potter at Seagrove