ALLOUEZ - Families took a trip back in time this weekend in Allouez.
Saturday was opening day at Heritage Hill.
The historical park sponsored a "Springtime on the Farm" event.
Families could see how to spin wool and churn cream into butter.
There was also a petting zoo, where some children were brave enough to pet a skunk!
Those at the park say it's all about hands-on activities.
"A large amount of our activities have been interactive today, and we really kicked that up a notch, and that's really our focus for the year and, you know, give people an opportunity to experience history up close and personal," said Heritage Hill Executive Dir. Charles Pelky.
The event also featured "Addie the Cow."
Addie is a life-size fiberglass cow that actually milks and moos.
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