Join Sarah Uthoff, a respected authority on Laura Ingalls Wilder, as she mixes stories and information about the late author's life with food history and hands-on cooking.
About the Presenter
Sarah Uthoff received both her history education BA and her Masters of Library Science from the University of Iowa. Currently she serves as director of the Oxford Public Library in Oxford, Iowa, and as a reference librarian at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. An active Laura Ingalls Wilder researcher, Sarah is a regularly-featured speaker at the annual Laura Ingalls Wilder Remembered Day at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library in West Branch. She has spoken at five of the Laura Ingalls Wilder sites located in Pepin, WI; Independence, KS; Walnut Grove, MN; Burr Oak, IA, and De Smet, SD. Sarah's consulting work has included designing the Laura Ingalls Wilder Girl Scout Patch Day at Usher's Ferry Historic Village in Cedar Rapids, IA, and a training session for the staff at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum in Burr Oak, IA. Her unique porgrams can be customized for the type of group (adults, children, mixed), and the type of presentation desired. Sarah can present as a modern day researcher or costumed as either a young or older Laura. Find Sarah all around the web at http://about.me/sarah_uthoff.
Sarah Uthoff's appearance is sponsored by Humanities Iowa and is open to the public.
Target Audience: All Ages.