Auction Submittal Deadline has been extended!

Good News!

The 2024 CrockFest Auction submittal deadline has been extended to June 18, 2024*

To submit auction items, please use the instructions on the CrockFest 2024 Auction page:

If you have any questions, please contact:

  • Luke Wegner at the RWCS office:  
    • (include “Auction” in your subject line).
    • 651-388-4004, ext 1

*This is the Drop Dead date for the 2024 CrockFest Auction submittals. It will not be extended again this year 

The 2024 Early Bird Winner is…

Bobby has won a 2024 CrockFest SPECIAL Commemorative. 
She has been a member of RWCS since 1996 and has collected the
RWCS CrockFest Commemoratives annually.  

A much-deserved win, indeed!

A special thank you from RWCS Member Services:  
Thank you to all members who have already pre-registered for CrockFest
nd/or ordered their commemorations before the Early Bird deadline.
While not everyone can win a prize, I sincerely appreciate all who
sent their orders early. Thank you!
Angie DeGreeff

MidWinter 2024 Auction Prices

The 2024 MidWinter Auction was a HUGE success!!

Thank you to all of our members who attended and all of the volunteers who made this event possible. You are appreciated!

To view the final realized prices from the February 3rd auction in Des Moines, CLICK HERE!

CrockFest 2024 Dates: Thursday to Saturday (7/10-7/13)

CrockFest 2024 will be held July 11-13, 2024*

Contact the RWCS Business Office with any questions.
651-388-4004 – Open Tuesday through Saturday

*On-site registration opens at the Pottery Museum on Wednesday, July 10.
Most events will be held at the River Bluff Education Center. Refer to the CrockFest schedule for specifics.

GIVE TO THE MAX! November 16

Thursday, November 16, 2023! 

It is the biggest fundraiser for your Pottery Museum of Red Wing, and all donations during the month of November will count toward Give to the Max.

We are excited about all that has been happening this year – a record number of riverboats have visited, new exhibits are planned, and plans for the kiln are moving forward.  

We are delighted that we have a $25,000 match toward Give to the Max this year!  Make sure that you give in November and know that your gift will go twice as far! Thank you for all the ways you support your museum! 

To help the museum reach its Give-to-the-Max Fundraising goal, you can: 

Instructions to Edit Your Email Address


All members in good standing can refer to these instructions and login with their own membership number to vote. Please e-mail if you’re unsure whether we have your e-mail address on file. RWCS members who do not have internet access, or are new members can request a ballot by contacting the RWCS Business Office.

To change a duplicate email address:

  1. Click on the green RENEW button at the top right:You will get this screen:

Enter your membership ID (NO leading zeroes) and your password, then click ‘Sign In’. 

You will get this screen:

Scroll down to find the member whose email you need to change.

 In this example, we want to change Janice.  Click on the Edit Info under her street address.

You will get this screen:

Scroll down to email address and type in the new unique email address.

Then click on Save Changes to update your email address:


You will get this screen which now shows the corrected email address:

You are Done.

Red Wing Collectors Society donates funds from the sale of its Anti-Coronavirus league jug to local health organizations in Goodhue directly fighting COVID 19.

Red Wing, MN – On Saturday, September 12, the RWCS donated a portion of the sales of its Anti-Coronavirus Jug sales to Goodhue County Public Health and the “COVID Aware Because We Care” program.

This spring, in addition to the RWCS annual commemorative, the RWCS Board of Directors decided to produce and sell a limited edition, modern-day version of the 1918 Anti-Flu League Jug made by Red Wing Stoneware in response to the outbreak of the Spanish Flu pandemic.

From left to Right Stacy Wegner, Executive Director, Red Wing Collectors Society, Jessica Seide, HHS Health Educator from Goodhue County Public Health, Megan Tsui, Red Wing Downtown Main Street, accepted for COVID Aware Because We Care, and Paul Wichert, President, Red Wing Collectors Society.

RWCS President Paul Wichert and Executive Director Stacy Wegner presented the checks to Jessica Seide, HHS Health Educator from Goodhue County Public Health and Megan Tsui, Red Wing Downtown Mainstreet, accepted for COVID Aware Because We Care.

“Thank you to the Collector’s Society for their generous donation to Red Wing Downtown Main Street. It feels like the history of their organization, our historical downtown, and the historical nature of the pandemic all collide at this moment. Their gift will help us continue to support downtown businesses during this most challenging time.” Megan Tsui, Director, Red Wing Downtown Main Street on behalf of the COVID Aware Because We Care program.

“We truly appreciate this thoughtful project that recognizes the many efforts taking place in our communities to slow the spread of COVID-19. The idea of Red Wing Collectors Society commissioning an anti-coronavirus league jug is inspirational and it provides a meaningful connection with our past. The funds that have been donated to Goodhue County Health and Human Services will help alleviate the impacts that COVID-19 has had on our communities. Thank you so much for this most thoughtful and inspirational project.” Nina Arneson, Goodhue County Health and Human Services Director.

Jessica Seide, HHS Health Educator from Goodhue County Public Health, and Megan Tsui, Red Wing Downtown Main Street, accepted for COVID Aware Because We Care.

The Anti-Coronavirus Jug was a limited-edition replica of the Anti-Flu League Jug that Red Wing Stoneware made in response to the outbreak of the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918. To learn more about the history of this jug, check out the recent article that was in the RWCS Newsletter written by RWCS member and Red Wing resident Todd Avery. Here is the link:

“Like the original, the RWCS wanted to support Red Wing and Goodhue County organizations whose direct efforts are slowing the spread of the virus,” said Paul Wichert, RWCS President.

“The Red Wing business community and Goodhue County have been long-time supporters of the RWCS Convention in July. The businesses have been sponsors and donors to the convention and all of Goodhue County has welcomed our members for decades. I felt it was important to support the community that has supported the organization,” said Stacy Wegner, Executive Director, RWCS.

The Anti-Coronavirus Jug was available to RWCS members and 600 were sold. Both Goodhue County Public Health and the COVID Aware Because We Care will receive a jug along with their donation.