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Cowee Pottery School forming

art coweeschoolA group of friends have come together to create a non-profit entity to operate a new pottery school in the Macon County Heritage Center at the old Cowee School. 

 

In the fundraising stage of organization, The Cowee Pottery School will host classes for children and adults and provide a co-op for fledgling potters to build their inventories.

The pottery school is one of numerous programs offered at the school. Those interested in exploring other opportunities should email Stacy Guffey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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