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Pewabic Pottery archivist to visit township library

Annie Dennis, Pewabic Pottery's education director and archivist, will visit the Bloomfield Township Public Library for a look at its 120-year history on Tuesday, June 6 at 7 p.m.


The presentation will explore the Pewabic archives highlighting over a century of handcrafting pottery and tiles in Detroit and the legacy of the founders that still carries on today.


The presentation is free and open to all thanks to the generous operating support provided by Pewabic members, donors, and the Phillip and Elizabeth Filmer Memorial Charitable Trust.


No registration is required.

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