The Elizabethton/Carter County Chamber of Commerce hosted a joint Ribbon Cutting with Main Street Elizabethton on Friday, March 31 at 11a.m to celebrate Made on Elk. This new business is a pottery and art studio located at 526 E Elk Ave., offering pottery classes and workshops for beginners and experienced artists alike.
“We are excited to be adding another female-owned business to Downtown Elizabethton! Our mission is to provide a space for people to play, learn, and grow in creative ways. Come exercise your artsy side with us!” said owner Ashlee Springer.
“Made on Elk will be a great addition to our community and Ashlee has put in the work to make this a welcoming space. Stop in to learn something new or further your pottery skills,” said Chamber Executive Director, Joy McCray.
“We are so excited to welcome Made on Elk to the downtown community! It is such a unique space that elevates art, creativity, and connection. Made on Elk is going to add great entertainment options to downtown and we cannot wait for everyone to experience it!” said Main Street Director, Courtney Bean.
For more information or to book a class, visit madeonelk.com