The festivities start Friday with the ribbon cutting at 6:30 p.m. and the arrival of the last jar of mustard from Mount Horeb shortly after. Museum Curator Barry Levenson and Grey Poupon’s Nicole Kulwicki will then preent $1,000 checks to the athletic programs of the Mount Horeb and Middleton High Schools, as a measure of thanks for running that last jar (Grey Poupon) to Middleton.
We encourage everyone in the greater Madison/Middleton/Mount Horeb area to come out and line the route to encourage the kids participating in this historic mustard run. The mustard will land at the Mustard Museum by coming up Terrace Avenue in Middleton at about 7:00 p.m. For more information on the route, call the Museum for details.
To spice up the weekend, everything in the store is 10% off. The usual exceptions apply (not valid on prior purchases or on gift cards, etc.). Good on in-store purchases only, April 9-11, 2010. Persons in possession of ketchup or ketchup paraphernalia are not eligible.
Help us celebrate the new National Mustard Museum in Middleton. For a schedule of events, click here.