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Pottery worshop at Giles House

Henrietta Scott, artist and potter from Columbia, KY, will hold clay workshops for young people ages 7-12 years old at the Giles House on Saturday, June 21st. The workshops are from 9 am to 12 noon and 1 to 3 pm CT. Each session will be limited to 12 students.
The students will make a hand-built water-lily pot. Because the work must be glazed, Mrs. Scott will take the water lily pots to her studio to fire them. The students will pick up their pots at the Giles House on June 28 between 1-5 PM Central Time.

Students need to register for the clay workshops no later than Monday, June 18. There is a $5.00 fee to cover the cost of materials. Contact Beverly England at Make checks to Giles Society. You may mail the check to Giles Foundation, Inc., P. O. Box 932, Columbia, KY 42728.

For more information about the Giles Foundation, see their web site at

This story was posted on 2003-06-12 01:00:00
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