Community Pottery Classes
Are you curious about learning to work with clay? Or maybe you’re an experienced potter who wants to learn more advanced techniques? Come learn from experienced instructors in our state-of-the-art, fully accessible pottery studio. Our studio is located at 654 Wonderland Rd N, south of Oxford St behind Subway restaurant. Classes and workshops are held on evenings and weekends and are open to teens and adults. Parking is free.
How do I register for classes?
You can register for classes and workshops by calling us. Classes are filled on a first come first served basis. There are minimum numbers required for classes to run; if a class needs to be cancelled due to low registration we will let you know a week before the start of the class and will refund your money. If an individual class needs to be cancelled by Hutton House due to unforeseen circumstances, a make up class will be offered at our discretion. We are not able to offer a make up for classes missed by a student for personal reasons. Pottery will be available for pick up approximately two weeks after the last class.
To see the Fall 2019 Class descriptions and costs click here.
How do I pay for classes?
You can call us and pay by Visa Debit, Visa, or Mastercard over the phone at 519-472-6381. Or come visit us in person and pay with cash, cheque, debit, Visa Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Our regular business hours are weekdays from 8:30am - 4:30pm. Please note we are closed on statutory holidays. Refunds are not available unless Hutton House cancels a class due to low registration.
Are there any other fees?
If you already have clay leftover from a previous Hutton House class and do not need to purchase any, please let us know when you register. Tools, and materials such as slips and glazes, are provided by Hutton House and are shared with all the classes. There are no extra charges for tools or materials such as clay unless noted in the description.
Who can I contact if I have more questions?
The Hutton House Community Pottery Classes and pottery
sales help support our daytime Pottery Program
for adults and youth with disabilities.