life in the Kearsarge area

what's happening in the Kearsarge/Lake Sunapee area of NH

Doing what you love

It was so nice to see Anne Boisvert (of Anne Boisvert Pottery) at the indoor Market on the Green in New London, N.H. As I watched her set up her table, I drooled over the delicate blue and green pottery. I remember meeting her five years ago at a farmer’s market in Newbury, and drooling over her pottery then as well. She happily told me that she was a full-time potter now, and teaching a class at Wellhouse Farm Pottery in Springfield, N.H., on Wednesday night.

Anyone can take a class. You pay a membership fee to use the studio (there are different rates for one month, three months, weekly, etc.) and, as a member, you can take any class you want. Anne’s class is from 6 to 8:30 p.m. She says it is a mixed level class and there are 14 wheels and a kickwheel. You can learn more at

I don’t have Wednesdays open right now (I’m a softball mom) but I did buy two soup bowls with happy swirls circling the rim. Every time I use them, I’ll think of Anne and her happiness at being able to do what she loves, full time, and share her 10 years of pottery knowledge with others.


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