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Mississippi Mud Pottery
Natural clay materials are molded and crafted right before your eyes into creative, functional stoneware pottery. Choose from a wide variety of handmade pieces to enjoy in everyday settings or as decorative objects. A popular item are the ceramic fish. Actual fish that have been caught on a hook and line are used to create a mold and clay is used to reproduce a likeness of the fish. After firing, the clay is glazed and natural or artistic colorations are applied. The finished piece is a unique one of a kind piece - a reminder of the one that did not get away! Open Wednesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and Monday, noon to 4 p.m.
Spoon Baking Company
Bakery sweet treats, fresh brewed coffee, specialty coffee, tea, and catering.
International Horseradish Festival
The International Horseradish Festival, a fair dedicated to the zippy member of the mustard family. The annual event draws a crowd from around the country and the world to "the Horseradish Capitol" for fun, activities, games and great food and drink. Proceeds from the festival benefits local organizations and civic groups. The Horseradish Festival features free entertainment, food booths, root toss, root golf, root sacking contest, craft fair, Bloody Mary contest, horseradish cooking contest, and expanded children's area, the Horseradish Festival derby and the Root Relay Race.
"Simply delicious" pastries and desserts that are sure to please every palate. Whether you are looking for a little taste of Europe, delicious coffee & tea, or cookies like grandma made (with just a little panache) you will find them at LuciAnna's Pastries. Come & relax in our warm inviting atmosphere.
A gypsy inspired coffee shop located inside Alton's historic Milton Schoolhouse.