Trackback bug in Userland's Trackback implementation allows stuff like this. Don't shoot me, I'm just the messenger. Please post this on your weblogs and let's get Jake and Dave's attention on this. We don't need this kind of stuff right now.
Added the easy to use Bloglines button to the right side of the site. Thanks, Mark! Where's your RSS feed and I'll subscribe, too.
Test post after equipment changeout. I just swapped hard drives between two machines and I want to make sure that I didn't kill Radio.
Nathan and Jen from Springfield Pottery hold a fundraiser each year for the local food pantry, Ozarks Food Harvest. For a minimum contribution of $20.00, you can select a handcrafted bowl made by area clay artists and dine on a simple meal fo soup and bread provided by area restaurants. There will be a silent auction and music by The Garbonzos.
Empty Bowls takes place Friday, September 12, 2003 from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Springfield Pottery, 301 Park Central West, Springfield, MO. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 8, available at the studio. Call 417-864-4677 or email for details.
Springfield Pottery is starting their summer classes this week. Don't forget to bring your old towel and some great ideas to class! Wheel throwing classes are a little messy, especially at first.
We've got plenty of friendly students returning to give you a word of encouragement or two.
Springfield Pottery's First Weblog Post
Springfield Pottery is a studio, gallery, and clay center. Owners Jennifer and Nathan Falter opened their studio in 1998 in order to both pursue their careers as professional clay artists and to bring aneducational clay center to the community of Springfield.
Jennifer and Nathan offer and instruct a variety of classess to adults of all skill levels. Classes are eight weeks long and meet once a week. Each class has a limited enrollment in order to give students a quality, personal experience and the individual attention needed for success.
Email us for details or call 417-864-4677.