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GOSHEN, Ind. -- The eighth annual Pottery Tour began in Goshen on Saturday, hosted by local artist Justin Roshank.
Artists and potters came to Goshen from around the country to show off their work.
The artists’ works were featured at seven different locations across Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan.
At each location visitors could get passports stamped to prove that they visited and examined the art on display, despite rainy conditions.
“This is the worst year for weather, we’ve never had rain before but I guess it was bound to happen at some point. But still even regardless of the rain we’ve had great turnout today and except to have good turnout for tomorrow, too,” said Justin Rothshank.
Those who got all seven stamps on their passports were entered into a drawing to win free pottery made by the artists that were featured.
The tour will continue on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.