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Hey Potheads, There's A Huge Ceramic Pot Fair Happening In A Lush Garden North Of Montreal

For your friend who can't get enough pot(s)!

Senior Editor
Quebec's Huge Ceramic Pot Fair Is A Pothead's Dream

If you're a pot enthusiast, Val-David is the place to be. The Laurentian village is host to the annual 1001 Pots exhibition, a celebration of ceramic art and artists.

The fair takes place among three lush gardens that visitors can wander.

1001 Pots "presents the heights of excellence in Québec ceramics," featuring new artists every day, according to its website.

The displays are "harmoniously arranged" to stimulate exploration and discovery. Photos show the scale of the exhibition — a colourful, alluring mass of ceramic work to navigate.

Some of the pots are even for sale.

Visitors can also watch the artist in residence in action.

The 2021 program includes Saturday jazz performances and puppet theatre shows in August.

1001 Pots ends August 22.

Get the details below.

1001 Pots Quebec Ceramic Fair

Address: 2435, rue de l'Église, Val-David, QC

When: July 9 to August 22, 2021

Why You Need To Go: To behold the stunning display of pots and pick out some new ceramic décor.

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