Dairy breakfast is this weekend at Uhlenhake’s Land-Locked Acres

dairy-beakfast-signThe annual Kenosha County Dairy Breakfast will take place June 15 at Uhlenhake’s Land-Locked Acres 1801 216th Ave.

This is your chance to get a close-up look at a  local dairy operation. You can enjoy a breakfast of scrambled eggs with ham and cheese, pancakes, fresh bread and butter, yogurt, muffin, milk, juice, and ice cream. There also will be milking demonstrations, a Wisconsin products tent, old-fashioned children’s games and more.

Admission to the farm is free. Breakfast tickets are $6 and children 6 and under eat free.

The breakfast will take place rain or shine. Visitors may park at Central High School (24617 75th Street/Hwy. 50), the Kenosha County Center (Hwy 50 & 45), or Brighton Grade School (1200 248th Ave.) in the event of rain.


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