On Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30, Wellington Farm, USA will present its annual Dairy Days event. This event provides visitors an opportunity to witness how the farmers of 1932 processed the milk which they produced on their farm. Demonstrations in butter churning, cheese making, milk separation, custard making and ice cream making. Demonstrations will continue throughout the entire weekend. In addition many park buildings will be in operation and guided tours will be ongoing both days. Wellington Farm, USA is a true working farm, complete with traditional and not-so–traditional animals, gardens, farm buildings, nature trails, forests and fields. Trained interpreters are available to assist with the exploration of the farm and to portray life as is was lived 78 years ago. Six major buildings are available for exploration including a Blacksmith Shop, Carpenter Shop, Sawmill, Grist Mill, Summer Kitchen and the Stittsville Church which was built about 1882 and moved to the farm in 2005.