If You're Near Madison on April 16, Think Cheese

There are a lot of killer reasons to live in/near Madison, WI, but this event is especially cool. Botanical gardens AND artisan Wisconsin cheese? So, so awesome.

25 Best Cheeses of Wisconsin
April 16, 2011, 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Madison, Wis. Which do you think are the 25 Best Cheeses of Wisconsin? Discover and taste the favorites selected by Wisconsin Cheese Originals at this artisan cheese tasting. As part of admission, each attendee will take home a 24- x 36-inch numbered art print, suitable for framing, showcasing a glamour shot of the 25 Best Cheeses of Wisconsin.
Tickets are $35.00

I mean, just check out the cheese-tastic photo shoot they've lined up for the poster! Can you imagine having 500 lbs of artisan cheese delivered to your front door? I can't attend, but I'm gonna do my damnedest to get my paws on one of those posters.

[where: Minnesota, Food, Minneapolis, Twin Cities, 55418]

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