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click to enlarge Mmmm, homemade butter.

Mmmm, homemade butter.

Party like it's 1899 this Saturday, Nov 14 while the Presidio San Augustin del Tucson Museum (133 W. Washington St.) hosts its monthly living history day. Get a slice of old school life like you're part of a period piece. Churn butter, bellow the forge, and learn to fire a musket or spin some cotton. Learn from all sorts of different professions from the colonial period, including doctors, sheriffs, engineers and archaeologists. Bring the past to life for just $3, children under 14 are welcome to attend for free. Head to www.tucsonpresidio.com for more on this event.

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