CLARK, NJ - Before butter came in sticks from the grocery story, it was churned in a wooden or pottery crock. On Sunday, the Dr. William Robinson Plantation Museum holds butter-churning demonstrations through 4 p.m. Stop by the museum for a glimpse into how life "used to be" and ask for a taste test!
A warm fire will welcome visitors on a cold day.
Mark your calendar for the museum's holiday weekend on Dec. 10 and 11.
The museum is located at 593 Madison Hill Road. Admission is free.
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