Archbold, OH – If you are interested in learning something new, Sauder Village is certainly the place to go for education and inspiration! Why not try your hand at chair caning, quilting, tinsmithing or glass blowing. The Winter/Spring Class Schedule at Sauder Village is now available online and registrations are being taken for the many unique opportunities for fun-filled learning.
“Education has been a cornerstone of the Sauder Village mission since the historic village opened in 1976,” shared Kim Krieger, PR/Media Relations. “There aren’t many places in the region where you can learn so many unique crafts! From tatting and tinning to glass blowing, cooking, knitting, soap making and chair caning – our schedule of classes and workshops at Sauder Village is truly quite impressive.”
For those interested in fiber arts, there are a variety of class opportunities on the schedule. New this year, two chair caning classes for beginners are being offered in March. Other fiber arts classes include Beginning Tatting in March and Beginning Knitting in April. Many unique quilting/sewing classes are always on the schedule in addition to many quilting events including a Spring Quilt Retreat, OH-MI Shop Hop and the 39th Annual Quilt Show and Workshops.
Other unique craft classes on the schedule include “Pattern Making for Tinsmithing” as well as many hands-on Glass Blowing sessions throughout the season. “The Virtues and Pleasure of Tea” and a variety of cooking classes will offer adults an opportunity to try making something new in the kitchen! Soap Making classes are also being offered for both the beginner as well as those with soap making experience.
In addition to classes and workshops, Sauder Village also offers many special events throughout the year. Upcoming events plannned at Sauder Village include the Bridal Show on Sunday, March 8 and the Toledo Symphony Orchestra Concert on Thursday, March 12. The Historic Village will open for the 2015 season on Tuesday, April 28 with the 39th Annual Quilt Show in Founder’s Hall. Other early spring events include Spring on the Farm on May 9 and the Antique Car Gathering on Saturday, May 16.
For detailed class dates, descriptions, fees, supply lists and instructor information visit the Sauder Village website at www.saudervillage.org/creativity/classschedule.asp<http://www.saudervillage.org/creativity/classschedule.asp> or call 800.590.9755. Explore your creativity and make new friends while attending a class at Sauder Village!
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