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Ceramics: Raku Firing with Debra Nelson

Monday, May 11th at 2:30pm

Vineyard Heights Assisted Living is dedicated to enriching the lives of our resi-dents through educational demonstrations and lectures. This is the basis of our Life Long Learning program. In the past we have offered events on topics like winemaking, gluten free products, EarthBox gardening, and alpaca wool and fibers.

This month we are excited to welcome Ceramic Artist Debra Nelson to demonstrate the Raku firing technique. Meet us on the back patio!

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