10th Annual Polish Pottery Festival!
Mark your calendar:
Polish Pottery Festival - May 11, 2024
Saturday, May 11, 2024
10:00am - 5:00pm
Downtown Historic Weston, Missouri
It’s all about food, music, dance, history, artisans, vendors
and, of course, the Polish Pottery!
Fun for the whole family, so come celebrate with us!
The Festival takes place inside Renditions Polish Pottery Shop and outside on Main and Short Streets in Historic Weston, Missouri.
The Ever Popular Polish Pottery Exchange - Have you changed direction in your collection? Have a couple of pieces that don't quite fit in any more? Always on the lookout for an unusual piece or pattern? The Polish Pottery Exchange booth is where people bring Polish Pottery pieces they want to "exchange". The collector receives cash back or store credit for the pieces they bring which can be used to buy pieces other collectors have brought to the Exchange, or for other purchases. Find out more info at Polish Pottery Exchange.
VENDORS WITH POLISH AND EASTERN EUROPEAN ITEMS (exact list of vendors to be published the week of the festival)
Marilyn's Aprons - handcrafted, one of a kind aprons and tablerunners
Hippie Hills Sauerkraut - made in Weston with cabbage, salt, and love!
Irene Thompson - Ukranian eggs, headpieces, and more
Polish Market - Polish pickles, cherry wood utensils, charcuterie board accessories; Polish Pottery hotpad/oven mitt sets; Skoy cloths and scubbies
Kintsugi - The art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with powdered gold or silver. It treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise.
Polish Pottery Festival Pattern
Polish Food - Holy Trinity Ladies Guild
Polish Heritage Booth - Add a pin to the map of Poland to show where your ancestors are from. And, don't forget to add your name to our "Renditions Polish Pottery" family tree!
Ukrainian Raffle - Guess how many Polish Pottery items are in the jar! Raffle tickets are $1 each. Winner recieves a gift certificate to Renditions Polish Pottery! Proceeds benefit the Health Support Foundation in Boleslawiec, Poland, which helps Ukrainian refugees in the area.