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Opening - Art at the Mill

Keith Bowers
6-9 p.m., Friday April 26 | $35.

 Contemporary pottery based on the historic art of whiskey vessels will be paired with watercolors by beloved Tipp City artist Roger Haas. Missy Duer of Staley Mill Farm will give a presentation at 7 p.m. outlining the connections between Haas and her family's historic farm. Julie Clark, Rita Wiley, Loretta Wray and Dionne Fleming will be there to discuss their pottery as well. Light hors d'oeuvres and wine will be served.



Where: Bear's Mill
Phone: 937-548-5112
Address: 6450 County Highway 34
Website: http://www.bearsmill.com

Bear's Mill

6450 County Highway 34
Greenville, Ohio
45331
 
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