Stonehouse Pottery Gallery

HELPING LOCAL NONPROFITS — Stonehouse Pottery in Balsam holds an open studio tour the first Sunday of the month to benefit a local nonprofit. The Dec. 1 event will benefit Sarge’s Animal Rescue. Pictured is the Stonehouse gallery.

Stonehouse Pottery will hold an open studio tour and sale to support Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation, from 1 — 5 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 1. A portion of every sale will help Sarge’s in its mission to save homeless animals.

The open studio tour is held the first Sunday of the month, and each month the featured artist chooses a different nonprofit as beneficiary. There will be light refreshments for those who attend.

The Stonehouse artists are a group of ceramicists and painters who feel passionately about sharing talents with those in need.

Stonehouse Pottery is above the Balsam post office. The gallery features the work of 10-plus local potters who are members of the pottery. Owned by Ann and Tommy Suggs, the pottery is a fully equipped studio that rents space for potters to create and fire their work and offers private classes in all aspects of ceramics.

“Local nonprofits can contact us about getting on our list of potential beneficiaries,” said ceramic artist Ann Suggs.

Stonehouse Pottery is at 180 Stonehouse Lane, Balsam. Call 252-723-8748 for information or visit

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