Sara Broers is a travel enthusiast that has lived in Iowa all of her life. She is the CEO of TravelWithSara.Com, a website for folks that enjoy travel. She will travel where the plane, train, ship, or car will go. If bread pudding is nearby, Sara will find this savory dessert and indulge. When Sara is not traveling across the country you will find Sara exploring the highways & byways of Iowa. Her husband, grown sons, and grandson keep her busy when she is home in Iowa.
River Museum to host book signing for ‘100 Things to Do in Iowa Before You Die’ author – Telegraph Herald
The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium, 350 E. Third St., will host Sara Broers, author of 100 Things to Do in Iowa Before You Die, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5.
I’ve followed this Iowa author for years. She is coming to talk about her book at our small-town library, but our daughter has a concert that night so I can’t attend, which is such a bummer. I love learning about
Author Sara Broers November Book Signings Uncover Best Attractions Plus Hidden Gems in Iowa’s Go-To Guide – Motherhood Defined
Author Sara Broers has free presentations and book signing events in November for 100 Things to Do in Iowa Before You Die, published by Reedy Press. With Iowa’s dozen-plus scenic highways and byways, and this book as your guide, your next road trip
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Redfield Public Library, 1112 Thomas St., Redfield, IA 50233
Greenfield Public Library, 202 S 1st St., Greenfield, IA 50849
Gibson Public Library, 200 W. Howard St., Creston, IA 50801
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