Text Box: Stahlís Pottery Preservation Society, Inc. (SPPS), will hold its Annual Summer Pottery Festival on Saturday,    June 21st, 2014 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Stahlís Pottery, historic property in 
Powder Valley, Pennsylvania.

Stahl's Pottery Preservation Society

Mailing Address:† PO Box 154,† Hereford, PA† 18056

Street Address:† 6826 Corning Road,† Zionsville,† PA† 18092

 

Text Box: Annual FALL
Pottery Festival    
Saturday, 
October 4th, 2014
9 am to 4 pm 
(Rain or Shine)

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Stahlís Pottery

Pottery Festival

Text Box: SUMMER 2014
Pottery Festival    
Saturday, 
June 21st, 
9 am to 4 pm 
(Rain or Shine)

To contact us:

Phone: 610.965.5019

Email:† stahlspottery@aol.com

Stahlís Pottery Preservation Society, Inc.

The Pottery Festival features:

 

 tours of the potting sheds and kiln

 Over 30 potters displaying & selling traditional &

†††††††† contemporary pottery

 pottery demonstrations

 hands-on potting opportunities

 an exhibit of original, historic Stahlís pottery

 the sale of baked goods & light refreshments

 

The Festival will be held rain or shine.† Parking is free.

Admission is $3.00 per person; children under 18 are free.

 

Several of the participating potters will be demonstrating turning

pottery on the potterís wheel and other pottery making techniques

during the Festival.†

 

Raku pottery demonstrations will be performed periodically

throughout the Festival.

 

A limited number of the redware sgraffito

plate commemorating the 25th anniversary of Stahl's Pottery

Preservation Society and the Stahlís Pottery Festival made by Joel Leh,

great grandson of Thomas Stahl, are still available for sale.

 

In addition, a recently published book entitled "Stahl's Pottery of

Powder Valley" will be available.† This book contains an informative

history of the Stahl's Pottery, including chapters on Charles Stahl,

Thomas and Isaac Stahl, Russell Stahl, and Carrie Stahl Schultz. The

book features a 16 page color portfolio of pottery pieces made at

Stahl's Pottery and over 75 historic Black and White photographs.

 

The Thomas and Alice Stahl House Museum will be open and will

feature an exhibit of historic Stahlís pottery and artifacts.