Barb Strachan

Pottery show and sale in Parksville

Now in its 24th year, the show features the work of professional artists from Duncan to Quadra Island

The Mid-Island Potters Art of the Fire show and sale is Sunday, Oct. 30 at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Now in its 24th year, the show features the work of professional artists from Duncan to Quadra Island.

The core group of potters, Algis Bubnys, Martha and Gordon James, Jane Murray-Smith, Ruth Porter and Shirley Phillips will be joined by this year’s guests, which  include Julie McMath, Linda Phillips, Barb Strachan, Cathy Jefferson, Neil and Anita Lawrence, Hanna Lewandowski, John Shauer and Sue Wilkinson.

People can get a jump on their Christmas shopping or they can just treat themselves to a unique handmade gift of functional or decorative pottery.

Coffee, tea and goodies will be available by donation. There will also be door prizes.

— Submitted by Jane Murray-Smith

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