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Sauder Village To Host Author Days Event August 13th &14th


Archbold, OH – Sauder Village will celebrate Angela Santomero, author and co-creator of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Blue’s Clues, and You and Super Why!, as part of the 2021 Author Days event.

With a variety of hands-on activities, special demonstrations, and free admission for anyone dressed as a character from one of Ms. Santomero’s books, this annual event is sure to offer families a day of happy memories at Sauder Village!

Guests visiting Sauder Village for this special event will have an opportunity to participate in games and races at the carnival on the Village Green, learn about the life cycle of a duck egg, and create a masterpiece using felt.

Children will have fun playing Blue’s Clues to figure out farmer Steve’s favorite farm animal, participating in a spelling contest, and making a basket, bracelet and Super Why! mask to take home!

Sauder Village is also offering free admission on August 13 & 14 to anyone who comes dressed as a character from a Daniel Tiger, Blue’s Clues, or Super Why! book. Children and adults are encouraged to be creative, dress in costume, and get involved in this fun celebration!

“Our Author Day events have been a great success and we look forward to having guests of all ages join us again this year to celebrate reading and learning while enjoying many fun, hands-on activities,” shared Kim Krieger, Media Relations. “Families will enjoy a day filled with fun adventures as we celebrate author Angela Santomero and the popular characters!”

In addition to enjoying the author day activities, guests can also take time to visit the many talented craftsmen demonstrating their trade in places like the Spinning Shop, Pottery Shop, Tin Shop, Cooperage, Basket Shop, Weaving Shop, and Glassblowing Shop.

The Walk Through Time Experience provides a chance to explore wigwams and a trading post at Natives & Newcomers and to visit historic homes, a log school, a barn, and beautiful gardens in the Pioneer Settlement Area.

The new 1920s Main Street is sure to be a favorite stop as families take a peek at what’s playing on the big screen, buy sweet treats at the candy store, explore the grocery clothing, hardware and jewelry stores, visit the fire station, meet horses at the livery, and sip a chocolate malt at the soda fountain. There is also plenty of great shopping and free rides on the Erie Express Train!

A visit to Sauder Village would not be complete without some delicious, home-style food. From chicken, roast beef, and mashed potatoes to soups, salads, and homemade rolls – the Barn Restaurant offers a wide range of menu options and daily specials.

The Doughbox Bakery is a hometown favorite offering a wide variety of homemade pies, cookies, sweet rolls, bread, and more!

For those looking to extend their stay, the 98-room Heritage Inn has many places for guests to relax and enjoy spending time together by the fireplace or Great Oak Tree, or playing in the indoor pool or hot tub!

The 87-site Campground is a great place to relax while fishing, sharing stories around the campfire, riding bikes around Little Lake Erie, or playing in the Splash Pad.

Sauder Village is located at 22611 State Route 2 in Archbold – just minutes from Exit 25 of the Ohio Turnpike. The Historic Village is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

The Village is closed on Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays this season. Regular admission is $20.00 for adults, $14.00 for students (6-16), and free for members and children 5 and under.

Make history of your very own this summer with a trip to Sauder Village! Hours of operation, special events, and answers to frequently asked questions are available on the Sauder Village website.

For details about planning a memorable Sauder Village getaway call 800.590.9755, visit the Sauder Village website at www.saudervillage.org, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram.


 


Source: The Village Reporter

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