Hickory Hills folk to enjoy Wisconsin day out

July 9, 2013 by  

Later on this month, Hickory Hills residents can take a bus ride to Wisconsin for the ‘Cheese, Spice, and Everything Nice’ tour through the dairy capital, featuring sampling from different locations along the route.

This tour is a great way to learn more about the state and to enjoy some of the tasty foods made there. Poster printing, flyer printing, and additional printing services were likely used to promote this s event to the people of this community and the surrounding regions.

While in Wisconsin, guests will have a fun time at the Jelly Belly factory before moving on to the famous German restaurant, Madders, to enjoy their largest claim to fame – cheese. While at this location, participants can sample many varieties of cheese, including that made from award winning sheep, cow, and goat milk.

A visit to Wisconsin’s Cheese Mart and Spice House will be included, as will a special end of the day pit stop at the Miller, the nation’s biggest brewery, to sample the varieties available and to wet the whistles of those on the tour. People participating must be 21 years of age or older and photo ID may be asked for.

The fee for this trip is $53 per person. The Cheese, Spice, and Everything Nice tour is happening Friday, July 26th from 8:30am to 4:30pm departing from Kruger Park located at 9100 S 88th Street in Hickory Hills. To learn more, or to purchase a ticket, please visit the Hickory Hills Park District website.