The 25th annual Throw-a-Thon ceramics event to benefit the Vermont Foodbank and Operation Smile will be noon to midnight Oct. 18 at Northern Vermont University’s Johnson campus.

Admission to the event, in the ceramic arts studio in Room 117 of the Visual Arts Center, is $5 a person.

Participants create hand-formed and wheel-thrown ceramic forms and donate their work for finishing by NVU ceramics students. The items will be available for purchase at the annual Holiday Ceramics Sale on campus later this fall. Proceeds from the Throw-a-Thon and ceramics sale will benefit the Vermont Foodbank and Operation Smile, an organization that provides free surgery for children born with a cleft palate.

Over the years, NVU-Johnson has donated enough money to Operation Smile for more than 70 facial reconstructive surgeries. The ceramics sale also has raised money for other organizations, including HIV-AIDS awareness organization Vermont CARES and the Clarina Howard Nichols Center, which focuses on domestic and sexual violence in Lamoille County.

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