On Saturday, June 27, all residents of Williams County will receive free admission to the historic Sauder Village as part of Williams County Community Appreciation Day. Free admission is being offered to all Williams County residents as a way to say thank you for their support. On Williams County Day guests also can visit with costumed guides in historic homes, farms and gardens, and community shops. Guests may enjoy watching the many craftsmen at work in the village including the glassblower, potter, blacksmith, weaver, spinner and many others. Sauder Village is Ohio’s largest living history destination. Each year Sauder Village welcomes nearly 100,000 guests with even more people dining at the Barn Restaurant, staying at the Inn and Campground or browsing the many retail shops. Other upcoming Sauder Village events include the Old Fashioned 4th of July celebration on July 4 and 5, the Fiddle Contest and Summer on the Farm on July 11, Explore the Crafts on July 18 and a Vintage Baseball Tournament on July 25. To receive free admission on Saturday, Williams County residents should be prepared to present a drivers license or other form of identification to verify county residency.
For more details about Williams County Community Appreciation Day or other events planned at Sauder Village, call 800–590-9755, or visit www.saudervillage.org