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Clay House Museum hosts festive November events

By Staff
If you haven't taken a tour of the new Clay House Museum located on Main Street in downtown Madison, there are several festive events planned at the museum during the month of November.
Here is a schedule of events at the Clay House Museum.
Now – Dec. 10
An art exhibit sponsored by the Madison Art League featuring art by Sandra Starkey and Carol Baran will be featured in the foyer of the Clay House Museum. Regular hours for the museum are Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. There is no charge for viewing the art. Tours of the museum are $5 for adults and $3 for seniors and students.
Nov. 4
Fingers to Forks
A delightful discussion on how silverware evolved – hosted by Nancy Rohr. The lecture will be held at the Clay House Museum at 1 p.m. An afternoon tea of sweet and savory tidbits will follow it. Registration is $10 and reservations must be made in advance. The class is limited to 35.
Nov. 11
Historic Mooresville photo tour
A photographic tour by Pat Cole of historic Mooresville will be held at the Clay House Museum at 1 p.m. An afternoon tea of sweet and savory tidbits will follow it. Get the inside scoop on the filming of the movie "Tom and Huck". Registration is $10 and reservations must be made in advance. The class is limited to 35.
Nov. 18
Christmas baking class
Banana Nut Bread and Strawberry Almond Bread – How to bake your way through Christmas with Robin Brewer will be held at 1 p.m. The lecture will be held in the Clay House Museum followed by an afternoon tea of sweet and savory tidbits. Registration is $10 and reservations must be made in advance. The class is limited to 35.
For more information about the Clay House Museum, call Robin Brewer at 325-1018. Visit the Web site at www.Clay-House.com.

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