Texas Herd ’Em!

Texas Hold Em at the Museum

Errrr, make that Texas Hold ’Em — right here at the Museum!

Support the nonprofit National Mustard Museum by playing in our Elm Farm Ollie Day Texas Hold ’Em Tournament on Saturday, February 18, from 6:00 pm until . . . well, until the cows come home (about 11 pm).

Click here to let all of your Facebook friends know you’re planning to attend!

Even if you’re not a poker player, you can enjoy tasty appetizers and snacks and other fun diversions, including a full-contact Mustard Ring Toss Tournament (“Hoops for Koops”) and various board games.

Just $10 gets you in the door, and another $15 will save you a seat at the poker table. It’s a good cause on a glorious day…

… and thank you to our event sponsors: Klements Sausage, University Coin, and Liliana’s Restaurant! (see below for more sponsors and supporters)

 

 

To guarantee your seat at the poker table EMAIL THE CURATOR or sign up on our Facebook event by clicking “Join” — or just call, 608-831-2222. Everyone who plays wins a prize.

The tournament winner will get his or her picture immortalized forever. Their portrait will be framed in a POUPON U toilet seat and displayed in a place of honor at the Museum. And a they’ll receive a POUPON U Toilet Seat to take with.

Disclaimer: this is not a gambling event. No portion of the entrance fees or donations will be paid out to players. All prizes are donated items and gift cards from area businesses.

Thanks to these Sponsors and Supporters:

Bucky Book
E Z Office Supply
Full Compass Systems
Klement’s Sausage
Liliana’s of Fitchburg
Madison Computer Works
MustardMuseum.com LLC
Quaker Steak & Lube (Middleton)
Sofra Bistro
University Coin & Jewelry
L&L Foods
Shannon Matthews Salon
Bald Eagle Foods
The Brady Family
Top Promotions
G J Ring

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One Response to Texas Herd ’Em!

  1. Ben Farbman says:

    Hi Barry,

    I’ll be there around 6:45. Make sure you rustle me up a seat.

    Ben

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