Piemont Pottery Festival at Historic Brattonsville
The 11th annual Piedmont Pottery Festival is a one day event at Historic Brattonsville that tells the story of the South’s rich pottery heritage in multifaceted ways, presented by the Culture and Heritage Museums. September 26th, you can shop for unique selections of traditional wheel-thrown and hand-built, functional and decorative works in clay. In addition to over twenty potters from both North and South Carolina, including contemporary Catawba Indian potters, the Piedmont Pottery Festival will explore how pottery moved civilization from creekside to the table. The Historical Cooking Guild of the Catawba Valley will be in the plantation’s McConnell House throughout the day demonstrating 18th century cooking with pottery on an open hearth. Admission is $6 for Adults, $5 for Seniors, and $3 for Youth; CHM members & ages 3 and under get in free.