Saturday, August 08, 2009

Hold The Mayo

Barry Levenson, proprietor of the Mustard Museum, prepares Wednesday for its final National Mustard Day celebration in Mount Horeb, Wis., on Saturday. Levenson is moving the museum 18 miles away this fall.MOUNT HOREB, Wis. — For the final time, people will gather here Saturday on two closed-off blocks of Main Street to celebrate National Mustard Day. There will be free hotdogs with mustard — there's a $10 surcharge for those who dare to request ketchup — mustard painting and music by the Poupon U Accordion Band.

The Mustard Museum would be a fun trip especially if you've already taken in the 'Bureau of Buns' and the 'Relish Center'. I have not had a chance to venture up into Wisconsin to see the Museum. The closet thing we have to this kind of museum in my area is the picnic supply aisle at the grocery store.

I'm certain I would enjoy the exhibits here as I'm not much of an art connoisseur.  Unlike at the Louvre, I'm certain I could tour this museum without needing a guide to explain what I'm looking at.

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