This Amish keepsake, created from 3/4" thick wood, sets neatly on a shelf, wainscoting, or window/door trim. The front design portrays buildings from the Amish community surrounding The Cat's Meow Village in Wooster, OH. A description written on the back describes the Amish way of life.
The Amish come into town on a regular day each week to take care of business at the Auction Barn. They buy and sell livestock along with some supplies like hay and straw year round. Special auctions are also held for work horses or buggy horses (which usually come from the race tracks). These auctions and the less frequent horse-drawn machinery auctions are important also as social gatherings for Amish men and their sons