Museum of Ceramics

I got the below e-mail and it asks recipients to share.  I can do that:

Dear fellow Potters,   On behalf of the board of the Museum of Ceramics Foundation, and the staff of the Museum of Ceramics, we are all eagerly awaiting your visit this week when you are in town for the All Class Reunion.  You would also be doing us a great favor if you would please forward this invitation to visit for free to all your friends and family and fellow classmates. Thank you in advance for your assistance in this, whether it be visiting or forwarding it along to others.    Sincerely, Sarah W. Vodrey, Director
Proud to be associated with ELHS Class of 1977
The Museum of Ceramics 400 East Fifth Street East Liverpool, Ohio 43920 http://www.TheMuseumOfCeramics.org 1-800-600-7180 330-386-6001

THE MUSEUM OF CERAMICS

Welcomes  All  2010 Reunion Visitors!!!

This is YOUR museum!

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Our gift to you is:

FREE  ADMISSION

Tuesday June 29th through Saturday July 3rd

Special Reunion Hours:

Tuesday June 29th & Wednesday June 30th: Open 9:30-3:30,

Thursday July 1st through Saturday July 3rd: Open 9:30-9:00 PM

It would really help us if you could visit the museum this week

as we are trying to raise money to install an elevator

and become fully handicap accessible

Enter our $1.00 Lotus Ware RaffleX

Come in to try and win a rare porcelain

Lotus Ware Shell Dish, by KT&K (1890s)

(donated by ardent museum supporters to raise money for our elevator project)

[drawing will be held after we sell 1,000 tickets—you do not have to be present to win]

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Stop in and make a 2-minute personal video history recording your family’s

connections to area potteries for our new CLAY CHRONICLES.

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Limited edition 2010 REUNION MUGS, T-SHIRTS, Pottery Shard Jewelry & many other

unique local souvenirs & books available ONLY in the Museum Gift Shop

Special movie in our air-conditioned theater every 15 minutes.

See pottery being made by hand on Friday morning July 2nd between 10 AM-noon.

Call 330-386-6001 to schedule a free guided tour for your reunion group.

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The Museum of Ceramics is on the corner of Broadway & Fifth Streets, East Liverpool,

up the street from the Carnegie Library. Visit www.TheMuseumOfCeramics.org, 330-386-6001

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