Community members came out during a warm and bright early spring day to learn about the the journey of milk in 19th-century Littleton.
The free event was put on by the Littleton Musuem, where attendees weaved their way through 1800s-style homesteads to show a way of life preserved in time.
During the day, community members were shown demonstrations of cheesemaking, milk production, butter churning, milk painting and more as museum staff immersed them in practices from many years ago.
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