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Build-a-Boob Pottery Workshop — 1/29

Samantha Hoff - founder of Pottery with a Purpose - is hosting a creative clay session on Saturday, January 29th, between 2-4 PM at The Barn @ Center Hill  in Manchester, VT. This will be a fun afternoon of working with clay, while enjoying ‘clayful’ conversation, snacks from The Real Bosnian Kitchen and Willoughby's and sips from TÖST, all in support of the 2022 Komen Vermont MORE THAN PINK Walk! A $35 donation per ticket will be made to Komen.

In this 120 minute workshop you’ll learn to make a personalized boob pot - go on, don’t be shy - add that body hair, wobbly bits, and stretch marks that makes you unique. 

In addition to the "Build a Boob Pot" activity, Linda Maness, Development Manager in VT for Susan G. Komen, will provide a breast cancer awareness presentation and Katherine MacLauchlan of La Pêche Lingerie, of Manchester, will give a talk about "Correct Bra Fitting".

Attendees will receive a “Build a Boob Pot” tutorial and materials to build their own "boob pot" to take home, snacks from The Real Bosnian Kitchen and Willoughby's, and sparkling alcohol free beverages provided by TÖST.
No experience needed!
 

Event Details

What's Included

What You'll Learn

Your Hosts

Event Details

When | Sunday January 29th @ 2:00 - 4:00pm EST

What | Build-a-Boob Pottery Workshop

Where | The Barn @ Center Hill in Manchester, VT

Notes 

  • Included in price: 120 minute workshop and all pottery materials for class use, snacks, drinks, and your donation to Komen

What's Included

Ticket includes:

  • All materials to sculpt + decorate 1-2 air dry clay "boob pots"
  • 120 minute pottery workshop
  • Snacks
  • Delicious alcohol free sparkling drinks provided by TÖST
  • $35 donation to the 2022 Komen Vermont MORE THAN PINK Walk

What You'll Learn

  • Basic pottery techniques, tips + tricks
  • How to make a personalized boob pot from air dry clay

 

Your Hosts

About the hosts: The Barn @ Center Hill is a collaborative co-working community and physical workspace in Manchester Center, VT.

Pottery with a Purpose is a woman-owned, responsibly sourced business that curates and delivers a crafting opportunity that is the equivalent of a hands-on, tech-free “pause” button.

Linda Maness, the Development Manager in VT for Susan G. Komen, will be on site to make a short breast cancer awareness presentation.

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