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Art and Clay on Main and Square 7 Coffee House are social enterprises of Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities located at 150 West Main Street in historic downtown Lancaster. Click to visit website.

Within this unique environment Fairfield DD offers a wide array of services to the public. The community has enjoyed the paint-your-own pottery and art studio for over a decade embraces it as the hub of the local arts community.

Classes are available regularly for artists of all ages and abilities. Square 7 fulfills the niche of a local coffee house by offering custom-roasted coffee and specialty drinks, smoothies, and gourmet deli fare, as well as chocolates and baked goods.

Both enterprises also serve as employment and internship sites for adults with developmental disabilities. Participants in the internships are taught employability skills in the areas of customer service, retail, maintenance, food-service and accountability. Most interns begin their term with a job developer but the ultimate goal is to work independently. Some interns have even gone on to employment with Art & Clay or other employers in the community.

Art and Clay on Main and Square 7 Coffee House fulfill Fairfield DD’s mission to help bring about a vibrant community where people lead fulfilling lives and make meaningful contributions.

Art & Clay on Main and Square 7 are managed by
Mitsi Niceswanger, 740.653.1755


In 2018, Art & Clay on Main and Square Seven Coffee House took part in the independent, 3rd party Social Impact Validation process through the Better Business Bureau of Central Ohio.

Art & Clay / Square Seven are proud that they are one of only 12 organizations in Ohio that have been Social Impact Validated. Check out the short video for more info on this process.