Seagrove Potters present the Celebration of Spring Kiln Openings and Studio Tours,
April 26th & 27th
It’s a beautiful weekend to come out to the freshly blooming
spring countryside and leisurely browse, shop and experience a 200-year-old tradition, see the process, develop and renew
relationships with the potters of Seagrove.
A large variety of events
are scheduled throughout the weekend, held at individual shops, including, but not limited to - loads of beautiful new pots
fresh from the kilns!
Stop at any participating shop as you come into
Seagrove to pick up a map of the tour. You can download a pdf of participating shops, hours, and a map from DiscoverSeagroveand
be sure to like us and follow us on Facebook. Potters regularly post updates and photos of what they have been working on
and details of offerings and special activities happening at their unique shops throughout the weekend.
The Seagrove Area Potters Association (SAPA) is a group of remarkable clay artists united to showcase the
traditional and contemporary pottery of the historic Seagrove community. The goal is to maintain the authenticity of Seagrove
pottery by working together in community efforts to promote the historical, educational and artistic aspects encountered while
visiting Seagrove, and to draw customers to the individual and distinctive shops to have a firsthand Seagrove experience.
We would like to thank our sponsors, Life 103.1 and the Heart of NC Visitors Bureau.