Potters from Richmond and surrounding counties are providing handmade bowls for this worthy cause. Choose a bowl to fill with soup. Keep the bowl as a reminder that there are always empty bowls in the world. Musical entertainment provided by Patrick Henry High School Jazz Band.
Proceeds benefit Hanover Food Outreach. serving our community through Backpacks and Pantry events.
Only 100 tickets will be sold!
Visit The Christmas Market at Covenant Woods Retirement Community in Mechanicsville to take care of all of your holiday shopping needs. About 30 vendors present handmade items There is a raffle of donated items from many of the vendors and a bake sale. I will have a booth with my ceramics and have new items this year as well as old favorites!
This event will feature over 30 vendors exhibiting a wide variety of handmade crafts. The proceeds from this event support the Fellowship Fund of Westminster Canterbury.
Hours Friday: 10 AM -4 PM
Hours Saturday: 10 AM- 3 PM
Parking is available in the old Azalea Mall parking lot with a shuttle running every 10 minutes to take you to and from the fair.
Over 50 Makers will demonstrate and sell their works at this free, family friendly event. Locust Hill Pottery will be joining a group of 8 RVAClay makers offering their works for sale and demonstrating working with clay during the hours of the festival. This event is family friendly and free to the public. Children will be allowed to try making a pot as time allows.
Leslie’s Demonstration is at 2:00 PM
Check out the event website for details on parking, food, etc. http://rvamakerfest.com/
Stop by the Unitarian Gallery Show in its 53rd year to see work from Locust Hill Pottery and hundreds of area artists.
Opening Night: Wednesday, 9/19 — 5 pm to 8:30 pm
Thursday, 9/20 — 12 noon to 8 pm
Friday, 9/21 — 12 noon to 8 pm
Saturday, 9/22 — 12 noon to 6 pm
Final Day: Sunday, 9/23 — 12:30 pm to 5 pm
Customer Pick-up Purchased Art : Monday, 9/24 — 9 am – 6 pm