nonprofit organization established in1996 to serve children andfamilies in northern MooreCounty. All proceeds from thePottery Crawl will helpchildren and strengthen localfamilies. Potters will donate15 percent of all sales duringthe event to the resourcecenter.Avery Pottery &Tileworks, Ben Owen Pottery,Blue Hen Pottery, BulldogPottery, Chris Luther Pottery,Dean & Martin Pottery,Pottery by Frank Neef, From the GroundUp, Great White Oak Gallery, JugtownPottery, Luck’s Ware, Old Gap Pottery,Seagrove Stoneware, StudioTouya and Westmoore Potterywill participate in the tour.To purchase raffle or eventtickets, or to learn more aboutthe event, visit the resourcecenter website atwww.nmfrc.com or call (910)948-4324. Send checks payable to the Northern MooreFamily Resource Center toP.O. Box 190, Robbins, NC27325.
Photos provided by Northern Moore Family Resource Center.
DAN TRIECE - POTTER
1226 HIGHWAY 705, SEAGROVE(336) 873-8979
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510 North Broad StreetSeagrove, NC(336) 873-8246M-F 8:30 - 6:00Sat 9:00 - 1:00Jerry P. Moore, PharmD.
330 Jugtown Rd.Seagrove, NC27341(910) 464-3266Tues. - Sat.8:30 - 5:00
Teapot by StudioTouya
David Stuempfle Pottery will hold akiln sale on May 5, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.There will be avariety of woodfired pots to choosefrom, including thelarge pots David isknown for. The pottery shop is onlyopen on days of kilnsales and byappointment.David has beenmaking pots inSeagrove for morethan 15 years andwas recently featured in
Martha Stewart Living
magazine. The shop is located at1224 Dover Church Road in Seagrove.More information about David and thekiln sale can be found atwww.StuempflePottery.com.Robbins Area Christian Ministries(RACM) will hold a Chocolate Festivalfundraiser on May 5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Smyrna United Methodist Church,203 Smyrna Church Road in Robbins.“We decided this year to dosomething different for the Robbins AreaChristian Ministries fundraiser,” said2012 fundraiser chairperson Mary Farrell.“A Chocolate Festival has wide appeal,and we’ve tried to plan a day that will bea lot of fun and raise much-neededfunding at the same time!”Several events are planned for thefestival, including a Chocolate Challengedessert contest, chocolate cakedemonstration by Culinary Institute of America graduate Walter Viegelmann, book signing by Foy Allen Edelman,author of
Sweet Carolina: FavoriteDesserts and Candies from the OldNorth State
, chocolate-inspired fashionshow, silent auction and of course,tastings.There is no admission fee for thefestival, but the events will require smallfees. Proceeds will benefit RACM, a501(c)(3) nonprofit organization thathelps with the needs of northern MooreCounty. The funds will go to help withutility bill assistance.More information about the event andRACM can be found atwww.RobbinsAreaChristianMinistries.blogspot.com.A new exhibit will open at the NorthCarolina Pottery Center on May 11 withan opening reception from 5:30 p.m. to7:30 p.m. The “NC Student CeramicsExhibit 1: High School” will be ondisplay until July 28. The best of NChigh school ceramics will be featured inthe exhibit.Students from all over NC wereinvited to submit entries. More than 130 pieces, from whimsical to functional will be on display. The pottery center islocated at 233 East Avenue in Seagrove.More information can be found atwww.NCPotteryCenter.org.
Photo provided by David StuempflePottery