Hudson River Potters at Muskoot Farm in October

Semi-annual Functional and Sculptural Pottery Show and Sale at Muscoot Farm,

Weekends: October 5 - Oct 6; Oct 12-14 (including Monday, Columbus Day); Oct 19-20; Oct 26-27

Hours: Saturdays and Columbus day: 12-3:45; Sundays 10-3:45

Free admission

Contact Information
  1. Keith Gordon
  2. cageycreate@optonline.net
Sat, October 05
10:00 am — 4:00 am
Add to My Calendar 10/05/2019 10:00am 10/27/2019 4:00am America/New_York Hudson River Potters at Muskoot Farm in October

Semi-annual Functional and Sculptural Pottery Show and Sale at Muscoot Farm,

Weekends: October 5 - Oct 6; Oct 12-14 (including Monday, Columbus Day); Oct 19-20; Oct 26-27

Hours: Saturdays and Columbus day: 12-3:45; Sundays 10-3:45

Free admission

51 Route 100 Katonah, NY 10538

51 Route 100
Katonah, NY 10538

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