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Spruce Pine Potters Market Invitational

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Any North Carolina business that could spur a tourist visit will be considered for the listing, which could include potteries, events, specialty activities, etc. Read more

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Mark of the Potter, considered the oldest operating pottery shop in Georgia, will celebrate its golden anniversary on the weekend of May 4-5, with live entertainment, local food delicacies and one-of-a-kind anniversary giveaways. Read more

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Made In The Smokies

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Whether toiling in tucked-away mountain workshops or bustling tourist studios, the region’s best artisans carry on traditions that have been passed down through the generations—oftentimes in their own families. Read more

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You see them in nearly every folk potter’s shop in northeast Georgia. With crooked teeth and smoky brown and olive green visages, they stare unblinkingly with googly, sometimes menacing eyes. Read more

Spruce Pine Potters Market Invitational

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“I make work because I love doing it and because of the pleasure I get from people telling me they use my work every day,” said Cynthia Bringle, a North Carolina Living Treasure. Read more

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