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This video is less than 3 minutes and really only shares a little bit of what we did at the Bob Evans Farm Festival…there was so much there!

Did you see those adorable, beautiful, skillfully made puzzles in my video above? We received one as a gift. There were so many great arts and crafts there! I thought I’d share the crafter who made the puzzle we received in our gift basket.

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Coming up in Part 4 I want to share the 1800’s log cabins on the Farm and a bit of the French history of Gallipolis!

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The Bob Evans Annual Farm Festival is very family-friendly and admission is very inexpensive. Adults were $5 each and children 6-18 were $3…5 and under FREE.

The kids got to ride a horse for $1 each. There was a game tent, I think $1 per child and they earned tickets to redeem for prizes (we visited that tent twice!). The haymaze, haybale mountain, a corn-filled “sandbox”, children’s food experiment booth, and possibly more that has escaped my memory now were FREE!

Disclosure: I was invited to be one of the Bob Evans Blogger Correspondents this year and as such my family received a similar package as the winner of the Bob Evan’s giveaway recipient which included such things as gas money, hotel accommodations, free admission and free meals while attending the festival over the weekend. All opinions are my own.

*If you missed the beginning of the series you can see Part 1 and Part 2 here.