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For more information please click here.The Greater Lansing Potters' Guild has been operating as a non-profit, member-run, educational cooperative dedicated to the art of ceramics since 1969. Student classes, community outreach programs and semi-annual sales are important parts of the Guild’s agenda. The guild facility is a working studio in Haslett, Michigan, with spacious work areas, a variety of kilns to provide a full range of creative possibilities, and a meeting room with an extensive library. See a video made by the State News during a visit to the Potters Guild studio.

- The Greater Lansing Potters' Guild participation in the 21st Greater Lansing Be a Tourist In Your Own Town event on Saturday, May 30, 2015 was a great sucess. 220 people visited the Guild, toured the facility and watched potters demonstrate wheel throwing, handbuilding and glazing. Each visitor received a small packet of clay to take home and enjoyed
punch and lots of home made cookies.

For more information about Be a Tourist In Your Own Town please click here.

Semi-annual show and sale - This spring's pottery sale was held on April 30th - May 2nd. We'd like to thank everyone for participating and making it a success. The next sale will be this fall from November 5th - 7th. We look forward to seeing you then. For more information on our semi-annual sale please visit the sales page.

Pottery Classes at the Greater Lansing Area Potters' Guild - Summer term classes will run from June 15 - Aug 17, 2015. Registration began May 18, 2015. For enrollment instructions and more class information please visit the classes page.

Education Program - The Greater Lansing Area Potters' Guild offers two classes (one morning, one evening) for 10 week terms, four times a year. Although limited to individuals over 18 years old, both beginning and advanced students may enroll in the classes. Scheduled lab hours provide students with access to the Guild facilities during the week. Both the morning and evening classes are held on Monday. Click here for more information about the education program.

Email Notification System - You may subscribe to receive Guild sales and class information via email. You may still receive sales information through the USPS. Please visit our Information Notification System page for more details.

Profile Pages for Potters' Guild members are now available. Click here to learn more about our members and their pottery. The GLPG welcomes two returning and one new visiting potters; click here to see who they are.

Guild Gift Certificates Always Make Wonderful Gifts - Pottery Gift Certificates take the guesswork out of difficult gift purchases. Gift certificates of $25 or more can be purchased at each sale, ordered using the form available here or by contacting the GLPG at . Gift certificates are great for all your pottery loving friends and relatives and may be used at the next two GLPG sales from date of purchase.

Greater Lansing Potters’ Guild
Studio location: 8099 Coleman Road, Haslett, MI, USA
Mailing address: PO Box 965, East Lansing, MI 48826
Phone: 517-339-8978

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