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Two local ceramic artists – Connie Chadwick and Miriam Morris – will be demonstrating and selling their work at the annual Clayfest in Beerman’s Plaza, Lincoln, on Saturday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The free event is sponsored by the Sacramento Potter’s Group and held in conjunction with the nationally renowned Feats of Clay exhibition at the historic Gladding McBean terra cotta factory. For more information, call Anita at (530) 878-8034.

Church dedicates new building

Music, award-winning architecture, refreshments and a little bit of history is what participants will get on Saturday when the First Church of Christ, Scientist dedicates its new church in Grass Valley from 1 to 3 p.m.

Festivities will include talks on the history of the Grass Valley church (which has more than 100 years of local history) and the building of the new church. Musical performances will include Tom Barr on the 1927 Pilcher Sons pipe organ; soloist Dick Frantzreb; Music in the Mountains’ soloists Virginia Lee, Terry Brown and Phyllis Hazelwood; and inspirational recording artist Desiree Goyette. Tours of the church, which is located at 375 Crown Point Circle (in the Whispering Pines Commercial Center off of the Brunswick exit from Hwy. 49) to follow. Call 273-0790 for more information.

– The Union staff

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