7885 S Scatchet Head Road, Clinton Washington 98236
360-579-4931 Fax 360-579-4931
Wolf Pottery specializes in unfinished bisque sink basins and French butter dishes. Wolf Pottery is a contemporary pottery gallery, classroom, semi-public, and private studio.
Wolf Pottery is located on the southern end of Whidbey Island in Washington State.
Other Shopping nearby:
(Bellevue) Absolute Quality Dolls
(Port Townsend) Abundant Earth
(Seattle) Alana Antique and Estate Jewelry
(Everett) Alley Antiques
(Port Townsend) April Fool and Penny Too
(Whidbey Island) Beachglass Creations
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11/21 Coming to The Clinton area
Seattle Japanese Cultural Festival Seattle WA April26-28 The festival features Japanese exhibits, performances, and demonstrations. Held at the Seattle Center in the Fisher Pavilion. The annual festival began in 1976 with a gift of 1,000 cherry trees to the city of Seattle from the Japanese government to celebrate the U.S. Bicentennial.
Grays Harbor Shorebird Festival Hoquiam WA April26-28 Witness the migrating shorebirds at Grays Harbor National Wildlife Refuge and other birding hotspots in Grays Harbor County.
Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest Leavenworth WA May16-19 Learn about the wide variety of migratory birds that come here for a brief, but important part of their year: the breeding season. Hear the songs sung only during the breeding season.
Northwest Folklife Festival Seattle WA May24-27 Music and dance performances, visual arts, folklore exhibits, hands-on children's activities, workshops, crafts, food, demonstrations, and more!
Berry Dairy Days Burlington WA June13-16 Fresh local strawberry shortcake, spectacular fireworks show, fabulous parades, Kiwanis Salmon BBQ, entertainment stage with live music, nostalgic Berry Cool Car Show.
Northwest Garlic Festival Ocean Park WA June15-16 In the land of clams, crab and oysters what are folks looking forward to in June? Garlic, and plenty of it!