Things are moving in North Bay. Under the leadership of Keith Campbell a new group is in the process of getting together. After Canadore closed its pottery studio local potters are taking the initiative to keep things alive. The following is a press release for their “first ever” AGM written in Keith’s inimitable style.
Press Release for the North Bay and Area Potters Guild
The North Bay Potters Guild is having their first ever Annual General Meeting (AGM), being held Thursday, March 27 at 7 pm at 150 Oak St West.
This is not going to be a boring, horrible experience, but will be fun and informative with cup cakes being served and a draw for a Keith Campbell porcelain covered jar worth $250. And, last but not least, we are going on a field trip down the street to the new home of the North Bay and Area Potters Guild at 128 Oak St East. We will then take photographs to celebrate this historical event. You will also learn how to become part of this incredible group! We will answer all your questions about the different levels, and the costs. When the renovations are complete, when we will open our doors for business. We will also present our financial budget at that time.
We are North Bay’s newest arts and cultural group in the downtown area and we have plans for classes, sales, exhibits and partnerships with the other arts and cultural groups in the city. We are working to make the City of North Bay an arts and cultural center.
Our web site is www.nbpottersguild.org and our email is email@example.com
Please join us for this event,
Keith Campbell SCA
Artist In Residence Emeritus (Canadore College)
President of the North Bay and Area Potters Guild