Dairy Day at New Hampshire Farm Museum, June 21

cal3The New Hampshire Farm Museum is celebrating Dairy Day on Saturday, June 21st, from 10am to 4pm, with a day full of fun activities for the whole family:

New Hampshire Dairy Day
New Hampshire Farm Museum, Rte. 125/White Mountain Hwy, Milton, NH
Saturday, June 21, 2014
10 am – 4 pm

Learn all about cows, help make butter and cheese, take a dairy barn tour and enjoy delicious free ice cream donated by Lone Oak Ice Cream of Rochester. Hop on a horse-drawn wagon, ride around the farm and taste local New Hampshire cheese.

While you’re there, don’t forget to check out the NH Farm Museum Country Store! Stop-in to buy our own farm grown produce available according to the season!

About the Farm Museum: Enjoy a visit to our historic working farm and museum. There is plenty to see from agricultural exhibits to heritage breed farm animals and fields of heirloom vegetables and gardens as well as displays of carriages and tractors and guided tours of the historic Jones Farmhouse. We have trails through the woods and fields and picnic tables. You can spend two hours or bring a picnic and spend the day.

Admission: $7 adult / $4 child ages 4–17 yrs / Museum members free.

For more information: www.farmmuseum.org

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