Millyard Museum Event: 2 All-beef Patties… the REAL story of McDonald’s

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Ray Kroc

MANCHESTER, NH – You’ll want fries with this one.

On Saturday Jan. 27 join Millyard Museum Executive Director John Clayton for a special event at the museum, “Two All-Beef Patties… the REAL Story of McDonald’s,” as he details the fast-foot chain’s ties to New Hampshire.

In spite of Ray Kroc’s claim to be the founder of McDonald’s, we all know it was in fact two brothers from Manchester – Maurice and Richard McDonald – who are credited with being the creators of the fast food industry.

Clayton, as always, knows the story and will tell it with humor and panache, with helpful clips from the film “The Founder,” the 2017 bio-pic featuring Oscar-winner Michael Keaton as Ray Kroc.

Free with regular admission. Adults: $8; Seniors (62+) and college students: $6; Youth 12-18: $4; children under 12: free.


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