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Walpole's Potters Place Open for Small Business Saturday

Clay artisans will be selling their handmade wares at the Walpole non-profit.

If you're looking to support a locally owned business on Small Business Saturday and do some shopping for the holidays all at once you're in luck.

Potters Place, a non-profit pottery school and studio on Old West Street in Walpole, announced their limited gallery hours for holiday shopping, including Saturday, Nov. 24, Small Business Saturday.

Clay artisans from the studio will be selling their handmade wares from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Credit, debit, cash and checks are accepted payment methods. A percentage of each sale will go to the pottery school.

"Their support means our small business/school will prosper," said member Lisa Walker.

"Being a small business in Walpole is amazing," she said. "At our show and sale last weekend, we hosted a donation table to raise money for the Walpole Food Pantry. So far, we have raised at least $900! The community of Walpole is supportive not only of our mission, but of also of our clay artisans when they attend and purchase at shows, as well as our instructors who are well respected in the community hosting classes for creative people of all ages. We are lucky to call Walpole home to our school and home to our studio."

They will also be open on Dec. 1, 8 and 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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