The Muddy Waters Clay Center is hosting an outdoor fall festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19.
Pottery items will be on display and available for sale outside the facility.
A limited number of people at a time will be allowed inside the gallery. Masks are required. Attendees are asked to follow social distancing guidelines.
People are invited to come and see demonstrations all day, including one on hand-building in the afternoon, said Martha Keifenheim, president of Muddy Waters Clay Center.
Artist Pirjo Berg and her works will be featured in the facility’s front gallery. More information on Berg, as “Mudder of the Month,” can be found online at www.muddywatersclaycenter.com.
Members of the local watercolor society are planning to set up their easels and paint pictures of pots, event organizers said.
A portion of the sales at this event will be used to cover studio expenses and loan payments.
The clay center is at 2014 13th Ave. N.
“We did a similar event about a month ago and had a good turnout,” said Don Miller, a long-time member and past president of the Muddy Waters Clay Center.
The gallery’s hours are limited, because it operates solely with volunteers, but the gallery also is open by appointment, Keifenheim said.
For more information, go online to www.muddywatersclaycenter.com.