Cathi Jefferson and the 'nesting cat' work on some of the pottery to be displayed when the Mid Island Potters' Fire the Art sale takes place at Parksville Community Centre this Sunday.

Potters fire up annual show and sale

Numerous guest potters will bolster items available at Parksville Community Centre Sunday

The Mid Island Potters will host their annual show and sale Sunday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Parksville Community Centre.

The Art of the Fire show and sale will feature an expanded lineup of potters and items on offer. Core club members Algis Bubnys, Gordon and Martha James, Jane Murray-Smith, Ruth Porter and Anne-Marie Veale will be joined by guest potters Cathi Jefferson, Anita and Neil Lawrence, Linda Phillips, Hanna Lewandowski, John Shauer, Ellen Statz, Barbara Strachan and Sue Wellington.

Refreshments will be provided through the day by the Oceanside Grannies.

Admission to Art of the Fire is free. Learn more at www.theartofthefire.com or visit the Facebook page The Art of the Fire.

— Submitted by Mid Island Potters

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