Get Great Gifts At Boise Mudworks Open House And Sale

Dated: 11/04/2015

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Buy pottery products or take a pottery class at Boise Mudworks.

While a gift card is always a safe route this holiday season— why not find a more unique present for your loved ones?

Boise Mudworks’ Annual Open House and Sale on Saturday, December 5 from 9am to 5pm, is the perfect opportunity to shop for those on your gift list. Browse numerous pottery options, including mugs, teapots, candleholders, vases, and more!

Shopping isn't a chore at this jolly event with live music, a roaring fire, warm beverages, snacks, and wine. If you have taken a class at Boise Mudworks in the past 12 months, you will receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases.

Stop by this one day only event at Boise Mudworks' 1414 E. Bannock location. It's a great chance to peruse products, learn more about the business, and meet owner, Jill Lawley.

Know someone interested in pottery? Would you rather create your own pieces than purchase? Then pick up a gift certificate at the event, or sign up for one of the many classes offered by the East End business.

Upcoming classes include:

Thanksdishing: Create dishes for the Thanksgiving table at this two-session pottery class. Classes are November 11th and 18th, from 7pm to 9pm. The $80 fee covers clay, glaze, firings, and instruction.

Kid + Adult Ornament Making Class: This festive evening event includes making hand-built ornaments, drinking hot chocolate, and enjoying holiday music. The class is December 8th at 6:30pm. Cost is $30, and class is limited to 10 students (one adult and one kid pairs).

Winter 2016 Beginner to Intermediate Pottery Classes

January 19 - February 9 Class: This beginner class is for students with wheel and sculpting experience, and will involve work both on the wheel and handbuilding. Classes will meet from 10am to 12 pm for four consecutive Tuesdays. Class size is limited to five and the fee is $120.

January 27 - February 3: A two week sampler class held Wednesday evenings for $80.

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