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Ongoing. Tour the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame, Green Bay. Relive the most exciting moments in Packer football. Tour the area dedicated to 90 years of Green Bay football. Hall of Fame Hours, non-game days, MondaySaturday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Cost: $10 for adults, $8 for children 12-17, $5 for children 6-11, and 5 and under are free. (920) 569-7512 or

2. May-August. Segway the Fox Tours, Green

Bay. Book a guided tour on a Segway and explore downtown, Lambeau Field, the Broadway area, historic Green Bay neighborhoods. Drivers must be 14 years and older; call (920) 573-2794 or visit for more information.


199 Things t o D o Summer Fun in the Sun Story by Photos by JUNE 2012

Jennifer Hogeland

Gannett Wisconsin photography staff

May 25-May 29. NCAA Division III Baseball National Championships, Fox Cities Stadium, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Lawrence University is hosting the baseball national championship, an eightteam tournament comprised of regional winners from across the country. (920) 733-4152 or


May 26. Sam-I-Am Tumors in Children 5 Mile run/Walk for the Cure, Plamann Park, Appleton, 8:30 a.m. Run or walk for a good cause. Registration: $25 for adults, $10 children 3-12, $45 for a family. (920) 475-6599 or


May 31. Green Bay Bullfrogs vs. Lakeshore Chinooks, Joannes Stadium, Green Bay, 5:30 p.m. This opening game of the 2012 is all fan giveaway night. Tickets: $6 reserved seats, $5 general admission. Visit for more information.

6. June 2. 11th Annual Prevea Titletown 3-on-

3 Basketball Tournament, Green Bay, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Now a downtown tradition, the basketball tournament draws hundreds of athletes and thousands of spectators as area youth play on 22 courts in downtown Green Bay. Get in on the action – head inside the YMCA gym for a Free Throw and Hot Shot contest from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (920) 437-5972 or visit

7. June 2-3. Free Fishing Weekend, Statewide.

All state waters are open to residents and nonresidents without a license. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has fishing equipment for loan at several offices and state GREEN BAY


parks at no charge. Call (608) 266-2161 or visit for more information.


June 2-3. Carp Fest and Wisconsin Carp Fishing Championship, Two Rivers. Spectators see fish being caught by world-class anglers. Enjoy live music, food and refreshments at Central Park in Two Rivers. Call 920-793-5905 or visit

9. June 3. Packer Celebrity Softball Game with

Donald Driver, Fox Cities Stadium, Appleton, 1:05 p.m. game. Packers trade in their footballs for softballs and bats for the fifth consecutive year. The afternoon features a home run hitting contest and a game between the offensive and defensive squads of the Green Bay Packers. (920) 7334152 or

10. June 8. Children’s Run & Fun Event, Astor

Park, Green Bay, 3 p.m. Kids get into health and fitness with this run and fun event held in conjunction with the Bellin Run Health & Fitness Expo. Features family entertainment, treats and a half-mile course for runners age 10 and younger. The start and finish line is on Roosevelt Street. Every child is a winner! (920) 433-7444 or


June 8. Wisconsin Timber Rattlers vs. Clinton LumberKings at Fox Cities Stadium, 7:05 p.m. Reserved seat, $8, grass seats, $5. (920) 733-4152 or

12. June 8. Green Bay Blizzard vs. Reading,

Resch Center, Green Bay, 7:30 p.m. Root for Green Bay’s indoor football team. (920) 405-1264 or

13. June 9. Green Bay Bullfrogs vs. LaCrosse

Loggers, Joannes Stadium, Green Bay 7:05 p.m. Cheer on those Bullfrogs! Tickets: $6 reserved seats, $5 general admission. Visit for more information.

14. June 9. Bellin 10K Run at Bellin Hospital,

Green Bay, 8 a.m. Cheer on thousands of local and visiting athletes determined to run or walk 6.2 miles. Runners weave through the streets of Green Bay and Allouez and end back on Webster, in front of Bellin Hospital. (920) 433-7444.

15. June 9. Fox Valley Youth Archery Event, Memorial Park, Combined Locks, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Test your skill at archery. This free event includes basic hunter education, shooting fundamentals and more. (920) 832-5905 or


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