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Wisconsin town celebrates Mustard Museum

MIDDLETON, Wis. (AP) -- It was a weekend to relish in Middleton: the relocated National Mustard Museum held its three-day grand opening. Formerly in Mount Horeb, the museum relocated last fall with a quarter-million dollars' worth of financial in...

MIDDLETON, Wis. (AP) -- It was a weekend to relish in Middleton: the relocated National Mustard Museum held its three-day grand opening.

Formerly in Mount Horeb, the museum relocated last fall with a quarter-million dollars' worth of financial incentives from the City of Middleton and Dane County.

Mustard Museum curator Barry Levenson told Wisconsin Public Radio it was hard to move his business from Mount Horeb after being there 18 years. But Levenson says having a newer, more modern space will help the museum "do a lot more to promote the message of mustard."

Events over the weekend included the running of the last jar of mustard from the old Mount Horeb site to the new one.

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National Mustard Museum: http://www.mustardweb.com

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