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Pork to Fork

Thursday - Saturday, January 11- 13
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Come experience Sauder Village’s historic butchering days as we take a pig on a journey from pen to plate. Sauder Village will present how 19th century farmers would have cleaned, prepped, cut, and cooked a pig throughout this three-day event. Take part in fun activities, smell the delicious pork dishes being prepared, and learn about the various ways this versatile animal has been used historically, and today.

In Pioneer Settlement, visit the Witmer Roth home, the Eicher Cabin, the Stuckey home and the Log School for activities. There will be historic cooking demonstrations including making sausage, head cheese, a historic recipe sharing wall, and pork themed games & activities for kids. On Saturday, January 13, the Fulton County Pork Queen, Keigan Schuster, will be on hand to talk with guests as well as Jamie Burton, from “The Slow Oven” with historic cooking demonstrations. 

This event is weather dependent.

$10 for members, $15 for non-members for one day, or experience all three days through our buy two get one free special ($20 for members, $30 for non-members).

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BUY 2 GET ONE FREE SPECIAL - Thursday - Saturday, Jan. 11 -13