Other Events

WHAT’S GOING ON:

  • Barry live on WPR! Friday, March 4, 2011 at 3:00pm — He’ll be on Jean Feraca’s show called Here on Earth
  • Check out CHEW (Culinary History Enthusiasts of Wisc) — you’ll see that they’re having a meeting here at the Museum in April
  • Barry will be speak at Attic Angel Place’s next Continuing Education Program on Monday, April 4, 2011 from 10:30-11:30am — he talk is titled “Mustard: the Condiment of Kings and the King of Condiments” (Attic Angel Place is located at 8301 Old Sauk Rd)
  • Also on Monday April 4th, Barry will speak to the Goodman Lechayim Lunchtime Plus group of Madison’s Jewish Social Services — his talk, “Mustard, the Mitzvah For Your Sandwich” will be from 1:00-1:45pm at Beth Israel Center, 1406 Mound St

4 Responses to Other Events

  1. National Mustard Museum says:

    Hi Barb,

    You can get the complete scoop on the August 1 National Mustard Day by going to our NMD page: http://mustardmuseum.com/2015-national-mustard-day/

    And yes, Culver’s will once again be there with their special frozen custard concoction — this year they’ll have frozen “Honey Mustard Custard” to try, along with other traditional flavors.

  2. Barb Bendel- Sandvigen says:

    What all will be happening at the aug. 1st celebration? I understand the weiner mobil will be there. Is there aparticular time of the day when it will be at the museum? I heard you will be serving mustard custard? Is this for real??

  3. Byron Mustard says:

    Hey I remember you having a Mustard Reunion and invited all the Mustard’s to come. I was unable to make it, will you have another? I’d love to come, and yes I was born a Mustard.

  4. Marti says:

    Are you doing any special events on Saturday November 12, 2012?

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