Sept. 23: Creamery 75th anniversary celebration

Closeup of a specialty can of Cougar Gold Cheese commemorating the WSU Creamery's 75th anniversary.
Visitors can purchase the special anniversary Cracked Pepper and Chive version of the Creamery’s Viking cheese and receive a distinctive magnet.

The Washington State University Creamery celebrates its 75th anniversary on Sept. 23 from noon–4 p.m. on the WSU Pullman campus.

Visitors can purchase the special anniversary Cracked Pepper and Chive version of the Creamery’s Viking cheese and receive a distinctive magnet. The first 75 customers in the store will receive a Ferdinand’s-branded ice cream scoop.

The event starts four hours prior to the 4 p.m. kickoff of the WSU-Oregon State football game. Those buying only cheese or Grabbers can skip the longer store line and buy products in the garage on the west side of the Creamery building.

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