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PRESS PHOTOS BY MARGARET FLECKStahl’s Pottery hosted its ninth annual fall festival Oct. 9 in Zionsville. The event features tours of the Thomas and Alice Stahl House Museum, demonstrations and displays by area artisans and opportunities to try making pottery, ABOVE: Rebecca Galius, of Macungie, makes her own pot at a potters wheel. Copyright -       PRESS PHOTOS BY MARGARET FLECKStahl’s Pottery hosted its ninth annual fall festival Oct. 9 in Zionsville. The event features tours of the Thomas and Alice Stahl House Museum, demonstrations and displays by area artisans and opportunities to try making pottery, ABOVE: Rebecca Galius, of Macungie, makes her own pot at a potters wheel. Copyright -
Karen Robar, of Free Wheeling Clay Creations in Douglassvile, is one of the many artisans selling pottery and clay creations at the festival. Copyright -       Karen Robar, of Free Wheeling Clay Creations in Douglassvile, is one of the many artisans selling pottery and clay creations at the festival. Copyright -
Eric Boynton, of Clay Rat Studio in Souderton, demonstrates the Japanese art of raku pottery. Copyright -       Eric Boynton, of Clay Rat Studio in Souderton, demonstrates the Japanese art of raku pottery. Copyright -
The Stahl’s Pottery site includes the Thomas and Alice Stahl House Museum as well as the kiln used to make the trademark redware pottery. ABOVE: A potting shed and workplace remains on the site. Copyright -       The Stahl’s Pottery site includes the Thomas and Alice Stahl House Museum as well as the kiln used to make the trademark redware pottery. ABOVE: A potting shed and workplace remains on the site. Copyright -

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