Clay Center holds ‘gator design contest |

Clay Center holds ‘gator design contest

The Carbondale Clay Center invites area artists to create their best alligator, crocodile, or toothed reptilian scene to be used in the posters and postcards for Cajun Clay Night 2005. The winning entrant will receive a pair of tickets to this year’s event, held May 14 at the Carbondale Clay Center, 135 Main St. in Carbondale.Cajun Clay Night is the annual fund-raising party to benefit the Carbondale Clay Center. Attendees each receive a handmade ceramic bowl of their choice, a gumbo dinner, the famous Crocodillyicous cake, and tasty appetizers from local restaurants. There will be games for both kids and adults, a live band, silent and live auction, costume contest, DJ Skip and his dance machine, a cash bar, and more.The Carbondale Clay Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of excellence in the ceramic arts. It is funded by memberships, grants, and individual contributions.For more information, contact the Carbondale Clay Center at 970-963-2529, or e-mail to

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