WEST ALLIS, Wis. – The Wisconsin State Fair Milk House will be back for 2022.
A Thursday, May 19, fair press release says the dairy will be operated by the Wisconsin State Fair Park Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit organization, and every dollar raised will be reinvested in capital improvements and programs that will benefit future generations. .
Located at the southern end of Fair Park, the Milk House is famous for serving traditional and less traditional milk flavors. The Foundation plans to serve thousands of 8 oz. cups of four different milk flavors during the 11 days of the Fair. At $1 a serving, the Milk House is recognized as one of the best values at the Fair. The milk will come from Prairie Farms Dairy.
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The Foundation is looking for school groups, sports clubs, church groups or any community organization that can bring a group of six or more people (16 years or older) to volunteer for a six-hour shift. All volunteers will receive free admission, t-shirts, parking and a $300 stipend for their organization. There are also a number of paid positions available.
All shifts are available. For more information on volunteer and employment opportunities, go to: https://wsfpfoundation.org/milk-house-moo-crew/.