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Sticky-buns Day has become a tradition at Wellington Farm, USA. It was started to give recognition to some of the baking skills generally practiced by the homemakers of the Great Depression.
Sticky-buns Day is one of the larger events at the 60-acre living history farm. In addition to all the Sticky-buns being created in the kitchen, the Grist Mill will be in full operation, turning out the whole wheat flour used to create the famous culinary treats. Across the way the Sawmill will be sawing lumber, powered by one of the farm’s two steam engines. Throughout the farm, there will be music and demonstrations, and of course, interpreters will be working throughout the entire complex, explaining the lifestyle of years long past. Just the regular park entrance fee will gain you admission to all the events of Sticky-buns Days on June 25.
Wellington Farm, USA is within easy reach of Exit 251 of I-75 and Exit 206 of US-127. This historic agricultural complex is open from 9 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. seven days a week during the summer months. www.wellingtonfarmpark.org.
Wellington Farm, USA is owned and operated by Wellington Farm Park, Inc., a 501©3 non-profit corporation.