Historic Village Celebrates Dairy Day Aug. 5

Aug. 4, 2000

Visitors to Baylor University's Gov. Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village can learn how dairy products were produced during the 19th century during "Udderly Delightful," scheduled for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Activities include visiting a planter's house to see how farmer cheese is made and taking turns at churning butter. Village guests can even try their hands at milking Bossie, an artificial cow.

"An extra treat for the day is that visitors can sample delicious homemade ice cream from a 100-year-old recipe and take the recipe home to try themselves," said Dinah Siemon, education coordinator at the Village.

Admission to Udderly Delightful is $3 for adults, $2 for senior citizens and $1 for children age 5 to 15. Baylor faculty, staff and students and children age 6 and under are admitted free.

The Gov. Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village is located on the Baylor campus off University Parks Drive behind the Baylor Alumni Center. For more information, call 710-1160.

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