Native American Pottery Workshop

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Event# 256-782-5697

Event Details

Prehistoric pottery expert Tammy Beane will instruct on how to make clay pinch pots like those made on Lookout Mountain thousands of years ago. We'll provide the clay as well as bone needles and paddles to make designs on your pots. A handout will be provided detailing the firing techniques discussed in the workshop. Pre-registration is required.
Date: Saturday, July 15, 2006
Where: DeSoto State Park Nature Center
Time: 10:00 am " 12:00 noon
Fee: $10/ person

Native American Pottery Workshop

Address : DeSoto State Park Nature Center Fort Payne AL
Phone : 256-782-5697   (Always call and confirm events.)

Admission Fee : Admission charged


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