Tuesday, 20 March, 2018

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Potter's Tour


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Seven pottery studios open their doors the third weekend in October for the public to visit. Studios, map and directions and area photographs.

Description: Potters' Tour - western Pennsylvania
Seven pottery studios open their doors the third weekend in October for the public to visit.

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