MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich (WXYZ) - Today is the last day to head over to the 37th annual Potter's Market in Madison Heights.
The largest pottery sale of its kind in the country, the event is at the United Food and Commercial Workers' Union Hall at 876 Horace Brown Drive. That's one block out of 13 mile, between I-75 and John R.
The event runs from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Admission and parking are both free.
Pottery lovers come from across the country to take a look at the works created by some of the finest potters in Michigan. The event provides buyers the opportunity to find holiday gifts, as well as the chance to check out works by new potters that are making their debut.
Linda Ashley stopped by 7 Action News this morning to tell us more about some of the items you can find at today's event.
This year, 138 artists will be selling nearly 40,000 pieces, ranging from pots, vases, platters, tiles and mugs.
There will also be jewelry, ceramic framed mirrors, lamps, and just about anything else you can make out of clay.
For more information you can check out their website, here.
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