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Apples & Art

This weekend, join us in the Gallery for our Apples & Art event. We'll have complimentary apple treats (breads, sweets, warm cider) and U-Pick apples from our apple trees. The honeycrisp, harrelson or cortland varieties are all absolutely perfect! Bring your own bucket or bag, apples are $0.50 per pound. And take home a new

2019 Fall Open House

Clay Coyote Gallery & Pottery 22 First Ave NE, Hutchinson, MN, United States

Join us Saturday, October 26th and Sunday, October 27th for our annual Open House. Join us in the Gallery for our annual Fall Open House! The Gallery is stocked up with many of your favorites and we'll have some special treats: New Bill Campbell's Stellar pottery Last Chance designs: Both Dessert Heart and Karg Blown Glass

Free Studio-to-Table Cooking Class: Grilling Fajitas, Salas, & Pineapple

This Friday night, join us for a Studio-To-Table dinner. It will be on Zoom. We'll be cooking up a meal in our Clay Coyote Grill Basket.  Join us for: Homemade Guacamole, Grilled Salsa, Chicken Fajitas, and Grilled Pineapples and Cream. Sorry you're going to have to use your imagination for the tasting part, we haven't figured out

2021 Dot Sale!

Clay Coyote Gallery & Pottery 22 First Ave NE, Hutchinson, MN, United States

The annual Clay Coyote Gallery Dot Sale starts this Thursday and runs thru Saturday. The sale is in-person only, but due to the pandemic we’ll also do phone/email/text orders. Free shipping does not apply to sale items. Curbside pick-up available. Almost everything on sale! Including some Flameware Grill Baskets, baking, and serving pottery too!​

2023 MN Pottery Festival

Minnesota Pottery Festival West Masonic River Park Les Kouba Pkwy NW, Hutchinson, MN, United States

Join the Clay coyote and 37 other potters at the 2023 MN Pottery Festival on the shores of the Crow River in Masonic West River Park. See festival details, potter line up, and demonstration schedule on mnpotteryfestival.com This event is FREE and open to all ages Saturday, July 29 10am-5pm Sunday, July 30 11am-4pm