Thank you to everyone who made 2019 Salad Days such a special occasion at Watershed! This community event began as a small picnic and has grown to have an attendance of nearly 600 people. Celebrating the 25th Salad Days with the support of guests and visitors from near and far felt very special to us. We hope you enjoyed a day of delicious food and stellar ceramic work made by Watershed’s large and varied artistic community. Below are a selection images to commemorate our day together. Thank you again for your support!
Salad Days Artist Dehmie Dehmlow made over 550 plates to choose from.
Hats were essential apparel on the sunny Salad Days grounds!
Watershed Board President Joyce Cohen with Abbey Chase
Past Salad Days Artist Meredith Host gives a demo.
Friends celebrated with their new ceramic wares.
Watershed staff and board members at work in the stein sale tent.
Dehmie Dehmlow with her trusted companion, Hadlee, and one of her plates.
Watershed co-Founder Chris Gustin leads a campus tour.
Guests of all ages celebrated under the tents!
Mouth-watering choices from Salad Days buffet.
Another happy guest with his new plate.
Each handmade plate had its own look and feel.
Most salads are made in the Watershed kitchen while others are generously donated by area restaurants.
New plates made by past Salad Days Artists