MIDDLETON (WKOW) -- Mustard was the center of attention at a fundraiser in Middleton.
Thousands of people came out to celebrate National Mustard Day. Where better to kick off the festivities than outside of the city's new Mustard Museum.
People tried all kids of cooky mustard creations like frozen mustard custard from Culver's.
A lot of the proceeds go to the Restoring Hope Transplant House. A home away from home for families that come here for organ or bone marrow transplants.
"They and their friends may need low cost lodging while they're here or at the university or other medical center..So many people come here and its a financial burden to stay in the area," said Mustard Museum curator Barry Levenson.
This is the first time Middleton played host to National Mustard Days. The Mustard Museum just recently moved from Mount Horeb.
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