Primitive Pottery Workshop
Sponsored by Parkin Archeological State Park
Saturday, October 20, 2012 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

Location:
Parkin Archeological State Park
60 Highway 184 N
Parkin, AR 72373
United States

American Indians of the Southeast used local clays and primitive methods to make pots for cooking, water jugs, eating bowls, storage pots and art objects. Come learn this ancient craft by using natural materials from the St. Francis River to make your own pottery vessels. Vessels will be fired in an open fire pit at a later date. Make sure to bring your own bag lunch. There is a $25 fee for materials. Reservations are required and space is limited. American Indians of the Southeast used local clays and primitive methods to make pots for cooking, water jugs, eating bowls, storage pots and art objects. Come learn this ancient craft by using natural materials from the St. Francis River to make your own pottery vessels. Vessels will be fired in an open fire pit at a later date. Make sure to bring your own bag lunch. There is a $25 fee for materials. Reservations are required and space is limited.

Contact Information
Mel Z. Harvey
870-755-2500

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