The second sale is on April 26th, 9:30am to 3:30pm, at the house of Karen Kim. Karen is an expert gardener and orchid grower and specializes in making pots for potted plants. I participated in the sale last year and it was great. We had about 6 potters and plenty of room to spread out our stuff. I'll have a large selection of my pots, mostly new stuff but also some older pieces that I'll be offering at a discount. I don't think the other potters are participating in the HPG sale on April 11th, so you'll get to see pots that are fresh to market. The address is 45-061 Ka Hanahou Place, Kaneohe (Approximately 1 mile makai of Kamehameha Hwy. northbound. Turn right on to Lilipuna Road, right on Kahanahou Circle, right on Kahanahou Place, second house on the right.) If you're interested in finding out more about the sale, you can check out my blog from May 8, 2013, where I talk about last year's sale.
By the way, I donated about 30 pots to the auction for the HPG educational program at Palama. The auction starts on May 1 and runs for about a week. There are already over 100 items for sale and more will be added before the auction begins. You can find info at www.facebook.com/HawaiiPottersGuildEducationalOutreach. Look under the April 5 entry to see images of what's been donated and photographed already. You can also check out photos of kids in the educational program and what they're making.
In May I'm participating in an ikebana container sale at the Honolulu Museum of Art School, Linekona. I'll have more information about that sale in a few weeks.