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Richmond Pottery Festival / Richmond Kentucky

Richmond Pottery Festival in Richmond Kentucky

The Great American Pottery Festival has come a long way since it's inaugural event back in 2004. It's held in historic Irvine McDowell Park on Lancaster Avenue in Richmond, Kentucky. September 5 - 7.

This year's pottery festival will showcase works of art, demonstrations and pieces for sale from Bybee Pottery, Tater Knob Pottery, Flatwoods Pottery and others. Also at this event will be craft vendors, entertainment, food vendors and Kids Fest.

The 8th Annual Kids Fest will feature:

Stage Shows, Walk Around Characters, Inflatables, and Games and Prizes. Kids will love the free petting zoo with $3 pony rides.

The Pottery Festival hours are:

Friday, Sept. 5, 6:00PM - 10:00PM

Saturday, Sept. 6, 10:00AM - 5:00PM

Sunday, Sept. 7, 1:00 - 5:00PM

For more information:

Pottery Festival

Richmond Tourism Department
345 Lancaster Ave
Richmond, KY 40475
(859)626-8474
E-mail:  tourism@richmond.ky.us

Kids Fest

Richmond Parks & Recreation Dept.
321 North Second St.
Richmond, KY 40475
(859) 623-8753
E-mail: parksandrec@richmond.ky.us

 

 

       

Lizette Realty Lizette Fitzpatrick

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Comment balloon 1 commentLizette Fitzpatrick • September 02 2008 01:22PM

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Lizette, sounds lovely. I tried making some original plates once, it was great fun but they're all gone because my little people broke them one by one. Oh well... :-)

Posted by C Tann-Starr (Tann Starr & Associates, Inc.) over 10 years ago

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