Some places may have streets of gold. In Harvard, there are streets of white. See what we mean at Harvard Milk Days, the first weekend of June, when the town's streets are painted white to celebrate that marvelous bovine beverage ... milk. Harvard Milk Days, one of the longest continuously running festivals in Illinois, got its start back in 1942, when the folks in McHenry County decided to pay tribute to the local dairy industry with some speeches, some dance and a whole lot of milk. Be sure to visit Harmilda (HArvard MILk DAys), the fiberglass cow that has been sitting at Five Points since 1966.
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