Bare Bowl open during construction


Staff report



The Bare Bowl is undergoing storefront improvements, which are part of the Downtown Facade Grant program. The studio will remain open with regular hours.

The Bare Bowl is undergoing storefront improvements, which are part of the Downtown Facade Grant program. The studio will remain open with regular hours.


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Downtown visitors may have noticed the construction going on at the Bare Bowl.

While the storefront of 6 N. Sandusky St. is being renovated, the ground-floor business located at the building, will remain open as usual.

From the Bare Bowl’s Facebook page, the message said: “While we’re going to look all messy on the outside for awhile, we are keeping our regular hours for the foreseeable future — so keep the creative projects coming.”

The paint-your-own-pottery studio is closed on Mondays, and open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays.

The studio usually opens on Mondays during the spring break season, according to one employee. But construction started a few weeks earlier than planned.

Bare Bowl is a grant recipient of the city’s Downtown Facade Program, which matches dollar-for-dollar of an owner’s investment in the appearance of their building’s storefront facade up to a maximum amount of $20,000 per project.

Other recipients in progress include Manos, Martin & Pergram Company and Toujours.

The Bare Bowl is undergoing storefront improvements, which are part of the Downtown Facade Grant program. The studio will remain open with regular hours.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/03/web1_bare-bowl.jpgThe Bare Bowl is undergoing storefront improvements, which are part of the Downtown Facade Grant program. The studio will remain open with regular hours. Courtesy Photo

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