Tri-State Pottery Festival

Emma Link, 16, of East Liverpool puts the finishing touches on her castle during Saturday afternoon’s chalk art competition at the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Max, a 5-year-old St. Bernard shown by Cassidy Madison of East Liverpool, went on to win Best In Show during the pet show Saturday morning at the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival Show. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Jaimie Barker, age 11, is photographed with his entry, Ren, prior to the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival’s pet show Saturday morning. Ren, who is a 4-month-old American bulldog mix, is a special needs puppy as she was born with only three full legs. The duo ended up winning the Best Dog category. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Jaimie Barker (left), 11, shares a little about Ren, his 4-month-old American bulldog mix with Betty Patterson (right) during the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival’s pet show Saturday morning. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Mario Hernandez holds 12-week cavapoo (Cavalier King/poodle) puppy Ellie prior to registration for the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival’s pet show Saturday morning. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Aqua, a blue iguana, sits on the head of Dawson Mayfield, as they await judging in the Most Unusual Pet during the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival pet show Saturday Morning. (Photo By Stephanie Ujhelyi)
A closeup of Aqua, Dawson Mayfield’s entry in the Most Unusual Pet category of the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival pet show Saturday morning. He finished first in his division. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Gary Hughes, 9, holds Eb, an angora rabbit entered by his 5-year-old brother, Kahlob, after winning the Most Unusual Pet in the age 5 and younger division during Saturday morning’s 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival pet show. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Andrew Mayfield of East Liverpool comforts Maize, his red-tail boa, as they visit the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival pet show Saturday morning. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Jazmine Hughes (left) and Abby, a shepherd mix, interact with Gary Hughes (right) prior to judging in the age 11 to 15 category of the pet show held Saturday morning during the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival. She ultimately won second place in the Best Dog category. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
) Emma Link and Paige Beaver, both of East Liverpool, each received a commemorating plate for winning their respective divisions during Saturday afternoon’s chalk art competition at the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Paige Beaver touches up her interpretation of the Stitch character in the age 19 and older division of Saturday afternoon’s chalk art competition at the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Eric Weir of New Cumberland registered for the poker run held Saturday morning with “Bubbles” at the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
A group of poker run participants gather before the blessing of the bikes and then head out at the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)
Volunteers straighten up materials at the registration table for the poken run Saturday afternoon at the 51st annual Tri-State Pottery Festival. (Photo by Stephanie Ujhelyi)

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