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13th Annual Pottery Tour & Sale :: July 25th & 26th, 2020, 10am-5pm. Back Roads :: Summertime :: Great Pots

We are 9 potters showing at 8 Western Masachusetts studios all within 45 minutes of Northampton.

Most of our visitors find that taking their time and spreading the tour over two days makes for a great weekend. There are a lot of things to do in this area at night. Visit our Links page for some suggestions.

Second Annual HOPS + POTS.
Local Beer, Food, Pottery, and Music.
Benefit Party and Sale for Studio Potter
Saturday Night 5:00-9:00pm
Buy Tickets Here.

Cell reception is spotty at best in parts of the tour.
We would suggest that you bring a copy of our map with you if you use your phone to navigate.
At the bottom of this page, find a link to our printable version.

2019 BRIDGE CLOSURE INFO:

Ireland Street is closed to through traffic from Route 143 to Route 112 because of bridge construction.

Google Maps doesn’t seem to know about the bridge, but it does generally offer non-Ireland Street routes for you to choose.  Basically, you now go through Worthington center to get to and from the studio locations south/west of Rte 143 (Nakayama and Shapiro studios in Worthington; Heidinger and Taylor in Westhampton) and those north/east of 143 (Talbot in Windsor; Knox, Smith, and Project Art in Cummington; Machin in Ashfield).  The Worthington studios are also easily accessible as usual from Westhampton, via Routes 66 and 112. 

There will be plenty of signs to help you along the route! Here is the location of the bridge that is closed.
Click on it to enlarge if necessary:




Download Printable PDF Version Here



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