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, a recreated 60 acre historical park with over 20 buildings from 1850-1900. Open Daily, 9 am to 4 pm, from May 1 through October 24, with interactive experiences and events for all ages!

Join our Summer Reading Program starting June 17! Story time every ! Tuesday at 10:30

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199 things to do

summer fun in the sun By Jennifer Hogeland

sports & recreation





June 7-8. 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 parks at no charge. (608) 266-2621 or dnr. June 7-8. Carp Fest and Wisconsin Carp Fishing Championship. Two Rivers. Come see fish being caught by world-class anglers. Enjoy live music, food and refreshments at Central Park in Two Rivers. (920) 793-5905 or index.html.


June 8. Packer Celebrity Softball Game with Jordy Nelson. Fox Cities Stadium, Appleton, 1:05 p.m. Packers trade in their footballs for softballs and bats. The afternoon features a home run hitting contest and a game between the offensive and defensive squads of the Green Bay Packers. (920) 733-4152 or


June 14. Aurora BayCare High Cliff Triathlon. Hig h Cliff State Park, 7 a. m. Watch the truly dedicated swim, bike and run to the finish line. Visit m for more informatio n.

June 17-19. WIAA State Baseball Tournament. Fox Cities Stadium, Appleton. Take in an intense game or two of baseball. Wisconsin’s high school boy’s baseball teams come to Appleton to play for the state championship. (715) 3448580 or

June 20. National “Go Skateboarding Day.” Joannes Sk8 Park, 12 – 3 p.m. Activities, free food, music and contests will be held throughout this funfilled skateboarding day. Visit for more Late JulyPacker Training ke Field, information. early August. tsch



Tuesdays, July 22-August 26. Yoga on the Deck. CityDeck, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Practice yoga together on the CityDeck. Bring your own mat. (920) 448-3365 or greenbaywi. gov/parks.

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August 14. Yoga in the Park. Voyageur Park, De Pere, 6 – 7 p.m. Practice yoga as a family in the park. (920) 403-0337.


Summer. Segway the Fox Tours. Green Bay. Book a guided tour on a Segway and explore Lambeau Field, Suamico rustic roads, historic De Pere neighborhoods and more. Drivers must be 14 years and older. (920) 573-2794 or


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The Green Bay Bullfrogs are part of the Northwoods League, a collegiate summer baseball league comprised of teams with the top college players from North America and beyond. Bullfrog games are played at Joannes Stadium in Green Bay. The games are family friends and bring baseball close to home. green-bay-bullfrogs/. continued on page 4 >>>


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The Green Bay Blizzard is a pro fessional indoor football tea m that plays at the Resch Center, Green Bay. The team plays February through Jun e; the remaining home games are on Ma y 31, 7 p.m., and June 13, 7:30 p.m. (92 0) 405 -1264 or

The Timber Rattlers are a minor league baseball team in Appleton. Games are played at Fox Cities Stadium all summer long. Take a drive, enjoy a game and cheer on the T-rats. (920) 733-4152 or


Joannes Sk8 Park, 315 S. Baird Street, Green Bay. Green Bay is home to the largest outdoor poured concrete park in the state. Joannes Sk8 Park has beginner, intermediate and advanced areas. (920) 448-3365 or

May 31. Aurora BayCare Open Streets Green Bay. Fisk Park, Green Bay, 9 a.m. Join Aurora BayCare Open Streets Green Bay, a free familyfriendly event that explores Green Bay’s downtown city streets. It’s not a race—there is no registration or finish line—just a free and healthy event. Visit for more information.


Introduce you r family to a ne w sport while perfecting you r own skills.


Disk Golf Course, 500 Beverly Road, Green Bay. Try your hand at disk golf this summer. This course is set on wooded hills with 18 basket-style goals. There is no fee to play although discs are not provided. (920) 448-3365 or


Tennis anyone? Sneak in a game after work and show the kids your amazing backhand. Astor, Baird, Beaumont, Edison, Eisenhower, Fort Howard, John Muir and Perkins Parks in Green Bay have lighted tennis courts. (920) 448-3365 or


Duck Creek Golf Center, 345 Village Court, Green Bay. Head to Duck Creek Golf Center’s driving range, which features 45 hitting stations, nine target greens, large putting green and a beautiful view. Or, for the smaller golfer, try the charming miniature golf course. (920) 4982797 or



Cornerstone Community Center, 1640 Fernando Drive, Ashwaubenon. Ice-skating in the summer? You bet! The ice center offers public skating year round. They also have youth and adult hockey leagues, figure skating, speed skating and broomball. (920) 403-2000 or

June 7. PetWalk 2014. Bay Area Humane Society, 1830 Radisson St, Green Bay, 9:30 a.m. Join the 5K walk to support shelter animals at Bay Area Humane Society. Participants are encouraged to raise funds. Register online or by mail prior to the event. (920) 469-3110 or


June 7. Dairy Dash 5K Run/ Walk. Luxemburg Village Hall, 8 a.m. Bring your family and meet your friends at the annual Dairy Dash in Luxemburg. Dairy treats are waiting at the finish line; awards are given for age group winners. See for details and registration fees.

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June 20. Chicken Chase 5K Run/Walk. Darboy, 7 a.m. Sign the family up for the inaugural Chicken Chase 5K. This is all part of the festivities of the annual Chickenfest. Visit darboychickenfest. com to sign up.


June 21. Family Fun Run/Jared Gehm Memorial. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 651 Pinehurst, Green Bay, 8:30 a.m. Kids 10 and under 1/2 mile run, 9 a.m. 5K run/walk for all ages. Visit for a registration form and information.


June 25. Kids’ Day 2K Fun Run. Joannes Park, Green Bay, 5:45 p.m. Celebrate Kids’ Day with a short run. (920) 448-3365 or


June 28. KZ/Kiss Kolour Shuffle. Kimberly High School, 10 a.m. The Kolour Run comes to Northeast Wisconsin. Runners from all ages, shapes, sizes and speeds can get covered in Kolour. (920) 203-2904 or runawayshoes. net/colour-shuffle-run-and-walk/.


July 13. Titletown Bike Tour. Green Bay. Join the annual bike tour at the Green Bay West YMCA, Howard. Families and bike enthusiasts are able to choose from tours ranging in length from 15k to 100k. Start times vary. Early bird registration: $25 per individual, $45/ family of 2, $10 more per person. Proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Family Foundation. (920) 498-2285 or




July 19. The 10th Annual Tour de Fest bike tour starts and ends at Sunset Park, Kimberly, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. The annual bike tour offers families and avid cyclists a choice of four routes – 18, 40, 70, and 100 miles. Proceeds benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Visit paperfest. com/tourdefest.


July 27. Gourmet Bike Tour. St. Mary Central High School, 1050 Zephyr Drive, Neenah, 6 a.m. (9:30 a.m. family routes). Ride through the Neenah countryside with many routes to choose from. Families can bike 4, 8 or 12 miles or choose from routes between 25 and 100 miles. Rest stops along the way feature baked goods, fresh fruits and beverages. A gourmet picnic will be served at the school 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. (920) 729-5600 or


August 23. Bark by the Bay Pet Walk. Martin Park, Sturgeon Bay, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Bark by the Bay is one of the major fundraising events of the year for the Door County Humane Society. Registrants are encouraged to solicit pledges for the walk around downtown. Lunch included. (920) 746-1111 or

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June 13. Children’s Run & Fun Event. Astor Park, Green Bay, 3 – 8 p.m. Kids get into health and fitness with this 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—start time begins at 6 p.m. The start and finish line is on Roosevelt Street. Every child is a winner! (920) 433-7444 or June 14. Bellin June 14. Ride for Bellin at n 10K Ru Nature to Benefit n Bay, 8 Hospital. Gree and the Ridges Sanctuary. Door ousands of local th on r ee Ch . a.m rough th e av we County, 7 a.m. Ride the scenic July as they visiting athletes d ine rm back roads of Door County and 19. een Bay, dete bi the streets of Gr take in the breathtaking views miles. Feeling am Polka Trot 5K. 2 6. lk wa or n to ru n the of Lake Michigan while raising Pulaski Commue family and joi tious? Sign up th llin be or 4 funds for Wisconsin’s oldest private nity Middle School, 44 fun. (920) 433-7 nature preserve. The 15-mile family 8:30 a.m. Hop, bike ride ends on the grounds of the dance or run the Door County Beer Festival where you popular Polka Trot. The can enjoy live blues music, seminars, food 5K starts at 8:30 a.m.; a 1/4 mile and craft beers. Or, choose 25-, 50- or 100-mile options. kids run starts at 9:30 a.m. Sponsored by the Registration fee depends on distance. (920) 421-1519 or Pulaski Area Swim Club. Call (920) 829-8832 or email to register.




Fox River Trail, De Pere-Green Bay. This state recreational trail stretches 20 miles from downtown Green Bay to the Brown County line. Walk, bike or in-line skate through the city. Passes are needed for bikes and skates. (920) 448-4466.


Packers Heritage Trail, within a two-mile radius of downtown Green Bay. Take a self-guided walking tour past landmarks that played a part in the team’s history. The trail contains 22 bronze plaques and begins at the Neville Public Museum.


Walk of Legends, two blocks east of Lambeau Field, Green Bay. The Walk of Legends is a public art walkway east of Lambeau Field that features 24 statues honoring the legends of Green Bay Packers football.


Green Bay Ghost Tours, 1138 W. Mason Street, Green Bay. This family-friendly ghost tour shares eerie tales and takes you into Green Bay’s haunted buildings. (920) 499-2783 or

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May 30-June 1. Annual Garden Fair. Green Bay Botanical Garden, Green Bay, Friday, 5 – 8 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. This annual event features more than 100 vendors with garden plants, landscaping ideas, accessories, music and food. $7 for adults, $4 children 3-12, $2 members, kids 2 and under are free. (920) 491-3691 x103 or

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June 12-15. Chilton Summer Festival. citywide. The Festival kicks off Thursday with a citywide rummage sale. Activities take place all day Friday and Saturday. Sunday includes a Father’s Day parade. Call (920) 418-1650 or visit




June 13-15. M ackville Natio nals Truck and Tractor Pull. St Edwards Parish, . Mackville. Truck s, bands, burger beer and carniva s, l rides come toge ther to create a fabulous com munity event. Tra ctor and truck pulls begin 7 p.m . Friday and Satu rday night . Admission: $17 for adult s, $10 for children 11-14; both are per pe rson, per night . Kids 10 and un der are free. (920) 475- 6979 or .




June 19-21. Chickenfest. Darboy Community Park, Darboy. Chickenfest has a great lineup for 2014; events include a tractor pull, parade, live music and more. No admission fee.



May 31. BBQ Bash at Bay Beach Pavilion. Green Bay, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. The BBQ Bash at Bay Beach is serving up succulent, juicy pulled pork and brisket. The event is open to the public; food coupons are available for purchase. The afternoon includes contests and activities. (920) 448-3365 or


June 6-8. Great Wisconsin Cheese Festival. Doyle Park, Little Chute. Celebrate your love of cheese with a festival dedicated to the food. The weekend includes music, amusement rides, petting zoo, cheese-carving demo, cheese curd eating contest, fireworks and more. Admission at the gate is $5 for adults, $3 for children 4-12. Admission is free on Sunday. Visit


June 12-15. Oshkosh Irish Fest. Leach Amphitheater, Oshkosh. Come and enjoy the music, food, dancers, presentations, vendors, 5K and raffle. Bring your wee little ones to the Little Leprechaun Land. Visit for more information.


June 12-14. BrillionFest. events taking place citywide. Kick things off with an all-day rummage sale on Thursday; feast on a traditional fish boil and enjoy famous electric light street parade on Friday. (920) 756-3435.

June 21. Suamico Firefighters Picnic. Idlewild Park, Suamico, 8 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. This family-friendly picnic includes entertainment, live music and fun. Admission is free. (920) 617-7695 or suamicofire.


July 3. Neenah’s Parade of Lights. Riverside Park, Neenah, dusk. Watch as illuminated floats glide through Neenah and Menasha streets. Participants may be promoting their business or showcasing the float for fun. Judging is based on originality, patriotism and use of lights. (920) 886-6100 or





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July 4. Fourth on the Shore. Manitowoc Lakefront. Participate in a kayak and canoe paddle on the Manitowoc River, check out steam engine models and enjoy food and craft vendors. (920) 684-0218 or

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July 4. Community Fest. Riverside Park, Neenah. Independence Day is celebrated in Neenah and Menasha with live entertainment, children’s events and activities. Stop by to watch the Webfooters Water Ski Show. Fireworks at dusk. (920) 8866100 or continued on page 6 >>>


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July 4-6. Oneida Powwow at Norbert Hill Center, Oneida. Admire the spectacular as dancers make a grand entrance onto the grounds. Introduce your family to Native American food, crafts and traditions. (920) 496-5020 or

July 11. Catfish Races/Community Night. Greenville Lions Park, 1001 Municipal Drive, Greenville, 4 p.m. This event promises to be fun for the whole family. Admission is free. Watch the catfish races and then stay for the kids’ games, rides and face painting. For more information, visit



July 11-12. Gold Ribbon BBQ Fest of Greater Green Bay. Leicht Memorial Park, Green Bay. This summer picnic celebrates food, family and fun. While the Fest is Green Bay’s largest BBQ competition, there will also be eating contests, a beanbag competition, beer and wine tasting and live and silent auctions. Proceeds benefit Golden House Inc. Visit for more information.

food. Money raised benefit non-profit and civic organizations in the Fox Valley. Visit paperfest. com for event details.




July 17-20. Kewaunee County Fair. Luxemburg. Guaranteed fun for all at the annual Kewaunee County Fair! Enjoy live music and keep children entertained in the family tent.


July 17-20. Pulaski Polka Days. Pulaski Polka Grounds. Pulaski takes polka very seriously—some of the best polka bands in the country come to perform at this annual event. The weekend includes also an arts and crafts fair, dance contest, fireworks and more. (920) 822-3869 or


July 18-20. Paperfest. Kimberly. Events kick off Friday at 6 p.m. and conclude Sunday at 7:30 p.m. This fun, family-oriented festival spans three days, offering games, sports, music and


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July 29. Kiddie Karnival Parade. Leicht Park, Green Bay, 5:30 p.m. This annual community parade consists of 36 walking units representing each playground. Then, head to the karnival, which July features games 28and activities for August 3. EA A children of all ages. AirVenture. (920) 448-3365 or Oshkosh. For one week a year, aviaparks. tion enthusiast s totaling more August than 500,000 7. Taste come from more than 60 countries to attend EAA AirV on Broadway. enture. With this treasure in our backyard, Broadway District in it should be at the top of your summer to-do list. downtown Green Bay, Families will mar vel at the Warbirds, vintage, 5 – 11 p.m. Sample homebuilts, ultralights and more that come flyin food from Green Bay g in. (920) 426 -4800 or restaurants—expect the unexpected. (920) 4372531 or



July 12. Founder’s Day, Pinecrest Historical Village. Manitowoc, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Celebrate Manitowoc County’s heritage with activities, demonstrations and live music. $7 adults, $6 seniors, $5 children 5-17, $18 families. (920) 6844445 or

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July 18-20. Two Rivers Fish Derby and Festival. Walsh Field, Two Rivers. The festival kicks off on Friday and runs through Sunday afternoon. A fish fantasy parade is on Saturday. Stop by to listen to the live music or come for the children’s activities, food and raffles. (920) 793-5590 or


July 20. Art Festival. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, Neenah, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. This year marks the 40th annual Art Festival of BergstromMahler Museum. Admire fine arts and crafts from regional artists, listen to local music and feast on great food. (920) 751-4658 or


July 24. Hops on the Hill Beer and Food Tasting. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. There will be 50 craft brews and food from 17 of Green Bay’s favorite restaurants for you to try. Great music! (920) 448-5150 or

Guided Tours of the Farm including: • Milk a Cow • Catch a Chicken • Kiss a Pig • Cuddle a Kitten • Hand feed Goats & Sheep • Ride a Pony • Enjoy a Hayride • and More!


August 8-9. Hamburger Fest and Balloon Rally. Seymour. Join the town as they celebrate being home of the hamburger. Festivities include a Burger Fest Car Show, Bun Run, World’s Largest Hamburger Parade, Hot Air Balloon Rally and more. Visit for more information.


August 8-10. Shanty Days Celebration of the Lake. Algoma. The annual lakeshore celebration features a family-friend fishing contest, one of the state’s largest parades, car cruise, fair vendors and more. (800) 298-4888 or visit


August 13-17. Brown County Fair. Brown County Fairground, De Pere. Fair goers can enjoy carnival rides, animal exhibits, food and entertainment. (920) 336-7292 or


August 22-24. Artstreet. downtown Green Bay. Artists from across the country take to Green Bay’s downtown streets to sell their original creations. Attendees can also catch a performing arts show or feast on gourmet treats and ethnic specialties. A children’s area features hands-on projects. (920) 4355220 or


August 29-September 1. Calumet County Fair. Calumet County Fairgrounds, Chilton. Say good-bye to the summer with one more family-friendly festival. The animals, exhibits and rides are waiting. Car lovers – check out the stock car races.


Sundays, second of the month, June-August. Market Days on River Street. Shiocton. Shop the flea market or pick up handmade crafts and homegrown produce at the Market Days on River Street. (920) 986-3102 or


Wednesdays, June-September. Farmers Market on Broadway. Green Bay, 3 – 7 p.m. Head to Broadway District on Wednesday night to stock your pantry, try a craft brew or take in the sights. This farmers market is the second largest in the state of Wisconsin. (920) 4372531 or


Thursdays, June 26-October. Oneida Farmers Market. Water Circle Place, Oneida. Buy produce and check out the demonstrations. (920) 496-7423 or


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June 9. Music on the Green – Allouez Village Band. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay, gates open at 5 p.m., concert begins at 6 p.m. Admission is free. Bring a lawn chair and picnic lunch or buy a snack from the concession stand. (920) 448-5150 or heritagehillgb. org.


July 14. Music on the Green – Monroe Crossing. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay, gates open at 5 p.m., concert begins at 6 p.m. Admission is free. Bring a lawn chair and picnic lunch or buy a snack from the concession stand. (920) 448-5150 or



August 25. Music on the Green – River City Six. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay, gates open at 5 p.m., concert begins at 6 p.m. Admission is free. Bring a lawn chair and picnic lunch or buy a snack from the concession stand. (920) 448-5150 or


Tuesdays, July 8-July 29. Live on Main. Whitney Park, Green Bay, 5:30 – 8 p.m. Music is coming back to Main Street this summer. Each week features different local talent; concerts will be moved inside The Attic Books & Coffee in cases of bad weather. (920) 437-5972 or


Tuesdays, July 8-August 5. Knights on the Fox at St. Norbert College campus, De Pere. St. Norbert College invites the public to concerts on the campus. Picnics begin at 5 p.m.; concerts run 6:30 – 8 p.m. (920) 403-4011 or snc. edu.


August 11. Music on the Green – Bent Grass. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay, gates open at 5 p.m., concert begins at 6 p.m. Admission is free. Bring a lawn chair and picnic lunch or buy a snack from the concession stand. (920) 448-5150 or


Wednesdays, June 4-August 27. Nicolet Bank’s Dine on the Deck. Ci ty Deck (Cherry St . landin g), Green Bay, 11 :30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m . Area vendors hi t the streets, sellin g tasty meals th at range $5 -$7. Bu y lunch and enjoy the live music. (9 20) 437-5972 or downtowngreenb

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Wednesdays, June 18-August 20. City Band Concerts. St. James Park, 801 S. Madison Street, Green Bay, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. Unwind after a busy day and listen to band music. The Green Bay City Band—the longest running band in the U.S.—performs for the community. (920) 4483365 or


Thursdays, June 5-August 28. Summer in the Park music series, Whitney Park, Green Bay, 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Head downtown on Thursdays for lunch. Enjoy the live music while the kids explore the playground area. (920) 437-5972 or


Thursdays, June 26-August 21. Concerts in the Garden series, Green Bay Botanical Gardens, Green Bay, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Enjoy live music on the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Bring chairs, buy some concessions and appreciate the beauty of summer. Admission fee required. (920) 491-3691 x103 or

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June 15. Dad swims free with one paid admission at Colburn Pool, Joannes or Resch Aquatic Centers. (920) 4483365 or


June 16. Free admission for Green Bay residents to Colburn Pool, Joannes or Resch Aquatic Centers, 5 – 7 p.m. (Colburn Pool 6 – 7 p.m.) (920) 448-3365 or

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Thursdays, July 17-August 21. Leicht at Nite, Concerts on the Fox. Leicht Memorial Park, Green Bay, 5:30 – 10 p.m. Music will fill Dousman Street as performers move the crowd at Leicht Memorial Park. Visit for the 2014 line-up. Thursdays, June-August. Out to Lunch Concert Series. Shattuck Park, downtown Neenah, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Head to Shattuck Park and bring or buy lunch from an onsite vendor while being entertained. Each weeks features a new artist. (920) 722-1920 or


Fridays, June 27, July 11-August 15. Associated Bank’s Fridays on the Fox. City Deck (near Pine St. entrance), Green Bay, 5 – 9 p.m. Take in the free music on the waterfront on Friday nights this summer. (920) 437-5972 or


Saturdays, June 21-August 9. Summer Concert Series, Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery, Kewaunee, 4 – 6 p.m. Sit on the patio, admire the vineyard and listen to the Saturday night concert at Parallel 44. Wine sampling, $6. (920) 388-4400 or


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Cecil DePeau Bay Shore Park, 5637 Sturgeon Bay Road, Green Bay. (920) 448-6242. Located on top of Niagara Escarpment, this park offers an amazing view of the Bay of Green Bay. Camp, boat or just spend the day here. (920) 448-6242 or


July 14. Free admission for Green Bay residents to Colburn Pool, Joannes or Resch Aquatic Centers, 5 – 7 p.m. (Colburn Pool 6 – 7 p.m.) (920) 448-3365 or


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Saturdays, June 6-August 10. Open swim at the Green Bay Kroc Center. 1315 Lime Kiln Road, Green Bay. Kids who show their Brown County Library card will have free admittance to open swim on Saturdays during the Summer Reading program. Check the Kroc Center’s Aquatic Schedule for exact open swim times. Children under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult in the pool area. (920) 884-5007 or


Whitefish Dunes State Park, 3275 Clarks Lake Rd, Sturgeon Bay. Located on Lake Michigan on the eastern shore of the Door Peninsula, this 867-acre state park invites families to splash in the water and walk the trails. (920) 823-2400 or


Foxy Lady Cruises, 200 Main Street, Green Bay. Take in the sites along the Fox River with Foxy Lady Cruises. The boat has all the amenities a family could want—air conditioning, heat and restrooms—and they’ll serve lunch or dinner while you cruise. (920) 432-3699 or


Summer. It is summer year round at Swimtastic! Get wet under a palm tree shower, relax in a 90-degree pool or slip down the water slide. Escape the heat or swim on a rainy day—call and ask for a free family swim pass at Swimtastic in Menasha. (920) 722-7946.

Waterboard Warriors Water Ski Show, 699 Washington Street, Wrightstown, 6:30 p.m. in June-July and 7 p.m. in August. Watch as area water ski fanatics perform on the Fox River every Tuesday and Thursday in downtown Wrightstown. You can also catch the skiers downtown Green Bay on Wednesday evenings in July and August. (920) 532-5567 or

Escape the heat and let th e family swim at these local water spots.

Ashwaubomay Park, 2881 South Broadway, Green Bay. This 84-acre facility overlooks the Fox River. Hang out in the picnic area, hit a few balls on the baseball field or cool off in the 3-million gallon man-made lake with beachfront and diving platform. (920) 492-2331.

August 11. Free admission for Green Bay residents to Colburn Pool, Joannes or Resch Aquatic Centers, 5 – 7 p.m. (Colburn Pool 6 – 7 p.m.) (920) 448-3365 or




June 1. Brown County Breakfast on the Farm. 3586 Copperstown Road, De Pere, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Feast on breakfast favorites at this annual Breakfast on the Farm. Adults: $7, children 5-10: $4, kids four and under are free. Visit browncountydairypromotions. com for more information.


June 11-15. Day Out with Thomas. National Railroad Museum, Green Bay. Train lovers of all ages won’t want to miss this year’s “The Thrill of the Ride” tour. Enjoy a train ride with Thomas. Event includes arts and crafts, bounce houses and a chance to meet Sir Topham Hat. Cost: $18/ticket. (920) 437-7623 or

2014 Events Rock & Roll Revival with the Spice Band June 21st at the Farm Czech/Kolache Fest at the farm Sat & Sun August 2nd & 3rd. 800.353.3535

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June 13. Family bingo. Weyers-Hilliard Branch Library, Green Bay, 6:30 p.m. Participate in an evening of family fun with picture bingo. (920) 448-4405 or browncountylibrary. org.



June 14. Birthday Bash. Children’s Museum of Green Bay, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The Children’s Museum of Green Bay is celebrating its 2nd birthday with a party! There will be something for all ages to explore. (920) 432-4397 or


June 14. Birding Hike. Harmony Arboretum, N3890 Cty E, Peshtigo, 6 a.m. Take a guided hike with Marinette County Conservationist and recreational birder through Harmony Hardwoods to learn about our native forest bird species. Free public program. (715) 732-7780.


June 15. Father’s Day at the N.E.W. Zoo.Green Bay, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Get out and get dad moving this Father’s Day. Feed the giraffes, roar with the lions and giggle at the monkeys. A bonus – today dad gets free admission! (920) 4347841 or


June 14. 24th Annual Manitowoc Garden Fair. Washington Park, Manitowoc, 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. A joy for garden lovers, this fair features perennials, annuals, herbs, garden art and more. (920) 682-2050 or

July 4. Sturgeon Bay July 4th Fireworks. Sunset Park, 747 Third Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, 7 p.m. Enjoy an oldfashioned ice cream social and watch fireworks at dusk.

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June 28. Fly a Kite Fest. Arnie Wolff Sports Complex, 3240 Humboldt Rd, Green Bay, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The 2nd Annual Fly A Kite Fest presented by BayCare Clinic is a free kiting event for the entire family. All proceeds from concessions benefit Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. (920) 432-8899 or

June 25. “Kids’ Day” in Green Bay. The city invites youth 17 and under to enjoy a day of fun. Free activities include swimming at city pools, rides at Bay Beach, lunch at Leicht Memorial Park and more. (920) 448-3365 or greenbaywi. gov/parks.


June 29. Sundae on the Farm. Grand View Dairy, N9339 Brant St. John Road, Brillion, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Let the kids experience life on a farm and fill up on milk, cheese cups and fun! Don’t leave without enjoying a


July 4. Independence Day Open House. Green Bay Botanical Gardens, Green Bay, 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Soak in the beauty of the gardens. Admission is free for veterans. (920) 491-3691 x103 or continued on page 10 >>>


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July 4. Celebrate the 4th at Heritage Hill State Historical Park. Green Bay, 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Meet Uncle Sam, play historic games, listen to music, and more! The festivities are fun for the entire family. Admission is free. (920) 448-5150 or


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June 30. Ice Cream Social. Optimist Park, De Pere, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Cool off with a ice cream sundae with family and friends Optimist Park. Cost: $1 per sundae. (920) 339-4065 or



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June 26. Movies on the Hill. Appleton Memorial Park Amphitheatre, Appleton. Children’s games begin at 7 p.m. and the free movie, “Monsters University,” starts at dusk. Concessions are available. (920) 832-5905 or

June 21. Doggy Yoga. Empower Yoga, Appleton, 10 a.m. Join Empower Yoga for an hour-long yoga session with your dog. Instructors will show you how yoga can benefit both of you. (920) 850-9396.


traditional ice cream sundae. Admission is free.


June 20. Starlite Movie Night. Kroc Center, Green Bay, 8 p.m. or dusk. Bring your friends and family together for an outdoor movie at the Kroc Center. Kids of all ages will enjoy the film. Snacks and beverages will be available to purchase. Remember a blanket or lawn chair. Members and non-members welcome; $3 per person suggested donation. (920) 544-4988 or

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June 25. Snakes Celebration. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, 1 – 2 p.m. Learn about some of the snakes that are native to Wisconsin—and some that are not. See some live snakes up close at this free event. Meet in the Observation building. (920) 391-3671 or


June 15. Father’s Day on the Farm. Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Mulberry Lane Farm invites dads in for free on Father’s Day. Pack a picnic and enjoy lunch in the country setting. One dad free per paid general admission. (920) 989-3130 or



June 14. Flag Day Parade. College Avenue, Appleton, 2 p.m . A tradi than 60 years, Ap tion for more pleton is celebra ting America with ba nds, float s and other displays. Come see the largest Flag Day Parade in th e U.S.! The para de starts on Oneid a Street and en ds at the City Park. (9 20) 954-9112 or appletondownto

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June 12. Ice Cream Social. Fox Valley Humane Association, N115 2 Mile Rd, Appleton, 5 – 7 p.m. You and your pup(s) are invited to an all-you-can-eat sundae bar at the Fox Valley Humane Association. Afternoon includes fun activities to do with your dog. Cost is $5 per person, your pooch is free. RSVP by emailing Proceeds benefit animals in need at FVHA.

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July 8. Ice Cream Social. Legion Park, De Pere, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Cool off with a ice cream sundae with family and friends at Legion Park. Cost: $1 per sundae. Social hosted by Legion, Jim Martin and Braisher Parks. (920) 3394065 or


July 9. Ice Cream Social. Patriot Park, De Pere, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Come out and celebrate summer at this west side park! Enjoy delicious ice cream sundaes for $1. Social hosted by VFW, Kiwanis and Patriot Parks. (920) 339-4065 or


July 10. Family movie night. Bay Beach Amusement Park, Green Bay, dusk. Watch a movie under the stars with family and friends. (920) 448-3365 or


July 10-17. Green Bay restaurant week. various Brown County restaurants. Experience great food and prices that delight your palate and your wallet. This culinary event features discounted prix fixe menus.


July 11. Movies on the Hill. Appleton Memorial Park Amphitheatre, Appleton. Children’s games begin at 7 p.m. and the free movie, “Despicable Me 2,” starts at dusk. Concessions are available. (920) 832-5905 or

in a friendly competition among Lego builders of all ages. There is a fee to participate; a limited number of entrants can compete. Awards at 6 p.m. Legos provided. (920) 448-3365 or


July 23. Movie night. Wrightstown Branch Library, Wrightstown, 6 p.m. Head to the library to watch “Horton Hears a Who.” (920) 5324011 or


July 24. Family movie night. Bay Beach Amusement Park, Green Bay, dusk. Watch a movie under the stars with family and friends. (920) 448-3365 or


July 25. Snakes Celebration. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, 1 – 2 p.m. Learn about some of the snakes that are native to Wisconsin—and some that are not. See some live snakes up close at this free event. Meet in the Observation building. (920) 391-3671 or


July 18. Glow Zumba. Leicht Memorial Park, Green Bay, 8:30 – 10 p.m. Dance the night away at Leicht Park. Fun for all ages. Free glow bracelets and necklaces for participants. (920) 448-3365 or


July 19. Lego building event. Bay Beach Amusement Park, Green Bay, 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Test your building skills and join


August 4. N.E.W. Zoo Feast with the Beasts. Green Bay, 6 – 8 p.m. Booths from various restaurants, catering services and food and beverage distributors will offer tasty samples at this year’s Feast with the Beasts. Tickets available in advance or at the door. (920) 434-7841 or August 8. Hunka August 9. hunka burnSturgeon ing lights. Bay Beach Bay’s West Fest. Madison Amusement Avenue, Sturgeon Bay, 11 Park, Green a.m. – 5 p.m. Celebrate Bay. Spend the a Wild West day along h and celebrate day at Bay Beac Sturgeon Bay’s Madison esrsary of Elvis Pr the 37th annive Avenue with a craft show, Pippin. August pin Zip e th on e ley’s last rid children’s activities, 29. Staror greenbay wi. 65 33 844 ) 20 (9 chili cook-off, gold lite Movie Night. Kroc s. rk gov/pa rush giveaway, Center, Green Bay, 8 p.m. live entertainor dusk. Bring your friends ment and more. and family together for an (920) 743-6246 or outdoor movie at the Kroc Center. Kids of all ages will enjoy the film. Snacks and beverages will be August 15. Heritage Hill Gardens available to purchase. Remember Tour. Heritage Hill State Historical a blanket or lawn chair. Members Park, Green Bay, 9 a.m. Take a tour of the gardens at and non-members welcome; $3 Heritage Hill. Learn different techniques and varieties per person suggested donation. of gardening throughout the park. Register by August (920) 544-4988 or gbkroccenter. 8. Children must be 12 or older to register. (920) org. 448-5150 or







July 31. Movies on the Hill. Appleton Memorial Park Amphitheatre, Appleton. Children’s games begin at 7 p.m. and the free movie, “Frozen,” begins at dusk. Concessions are available. (920) 832-5905 or

August 15. Movies on the Hill. Appleton Memorial Park Amphitheatre, Appleton. Children’s games begin at 7 p.m. and the free movie, “Epic,” begins at dusk. Concessions are available. (920) 832-5905 or

July 17. Astronomy at the Arboretum. Harmony Arboretum, N3890 Cty. E, Peshtigo, 9 p.m. Spend the evening under the stars! This free public program offers an introduction to stars, constellations and more. (715) 732-7780. July 18. Starlite Movie Night. Kroc Center, Green Bay, 8 p.m. or dusk. Bring your friends and family together for an outdoor movie at the Kroc Center. Kids of all ages will enjoy the film. Snacks and beverages will be available to purchase. Remember a blanket or lawn chair. Members and non-members welcome; $3 per person suggested donation. (920) 544-4988 or



July 17. Family movie night. Bay Beach Amusement Park, Green Bay, dusk. Watch a movie under the stars with family and friends. (920) 448-3365 or greenbaywi. gov/parks.


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July 27. Wolf Pr ogram. Bay Be ac life Sanctuar y, Gr een Bay, 1 – 3 p.m h Wild. The staff at the Wildlife Sa nctuar y will be out Wolf viewing ar ea by the Woodla at the nd building to share inform ation and answ er questions about wolves. Ge t a close look at pelts and skulls at this fre e event. (920) 39 1-3671 or baybeachwildlife .com.

July 31. Sturgeon Bay’s Sidewalk Sale Day, citywide, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sturgeon Bay will be loaded with bargains, live entertainment, food, beverages and more on July 31. Craft vendors and store fronts come to the streets—there’s something for everyone. (920) 743-6246 or

August 16-17, 21-24. Valley Home Builders Association Parade of Homes showcases 50 homes from throughout the Fox Valley. Find inspiration from new and remodeled area homes. (920) 731-7931 or


August 17. Pooch Plunge. VFW Pool, De Pere. The pool is going to the dogs! Dogs and their owners are invited to swim for only $5 per dog. Participate in the contests. Register online or in person at the De Pere Community Center. (920) 339-4097 or


August 24. Flower Fairy Tea Party. Hazelwood Historic House Museum, Green Bay, 1 – 3 p.m. Have a tea party in the historic home. Admission: $15 adults, $5 children ages 5 – 12. Reservations required. (920) 437-1840 or


August 30-31. Kites over Lake Michigan. Nashotah Beach, Two Rivers. Marvel as hundreds of kites fill the sky over Lake Michigan. Walk along the beach and watch kite demos and look for activities designed for the kids. Stay Saturday evening for the night fly and bonfire on the beach. No admission fee. (920) 793-9599 or


Tuesdays, June-August. Quill Thrills. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Visitors can observe the training and enrichment done with the exhibit porcupine. (920) 391-3671 or


Wednesdays, June-August. Fox Trots. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, 10 – 11 a.m. Observe the training and enrichment done with exhibit foxes. (920) 391-3671 or

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Thursdays, June-August. Talon Talks. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, 2 – 3 p.m. Head to the Raptor Theatre, Observation Building, to learn more about talons. (920) 391-3671 or


Fridays, June-August. Otter Odyssey.Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay, 1 – 2 p.m. (no program July 4). Visitors can observe the training and enrichment done with exhibit otters. (920) 391-3671 or baybeachMake it movie


Field of Scenes Drive-In Theatre, Freedom, lets you catch a family-friendly flick from the comfort of your car. Movie begins at dusk. $7 for ages 12 and older. $3 for ages 4-11, children three and under are free. (920) 7881935 or


night—outdoors! Take a short drive and you’ll have yo ur choice of not one but two outdoor movie theatres th is summer.

The Skyway Drive-In Theatre is located halfway between Fish Creek

and Ephraim. $8 for ages 12 and older, $5 for ages 6-11, children five and under are free. (920) 854-9938 or


Reforestation Camp, 4418 Reforestation Road, Green Bay. With miles of trails and outdoor activities, the Reforestation Camp appeals to all ages. Be sure to climb the look out tower before you leave and take a trip down the new dual 1,000foot zip lines added this spring! (920) 448-4466 or


Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, 1660 East Shore Drive, Green Bay. This 700-acre wildlife refuge features animal exhibits and educational displays. The sanctuary invites families to hike trails, view wildlife, feed waterfowl and more. There is no admission fee. (920) 391-3671 or


Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, 2024 Lakeview Drive, Suamico. Located on the west shore of Green Bay, the waterfowl preserve offers over 900 acres of forest, meadows and wetlands. Explore the nature center and trails; relax after a busy day at the picnic grounds. (920) 448-4466 or continued on page 12 >>>

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June 20. Art on the Town. Downtown Appleton, 6 – 9 p.m. Celebrate Appleton’s art downtown like never before. Stroll down the Avenue or catch a free ride on the downtown trolley. Enjoy music, performing arts, visual arts and culinary delights. (920) 954-9112 or

Bay Beach Amusement Park, 1313 Bay Beach Road, Green Bay. Bay Beach is known for affordable family allenge fun. With nearly 20 the family to a rides, Bay Beach has June 20. Summer Music game of bowling. something for all Academy Concert ages. Check out the 2014. St. Norbert College, De Pere. Listen amusement park’s to a concert from the St. Norbert College newest attraction – the choral music academy at 5 p.m. at the Dudley Sea Dragon. (920) 448-3365 or greenBirder Hall Theatre. The band takes the stage at Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts – Walter Theatre at Let’s bowl! All lanes at 7:30 p.m. Public welcome. (920) 403-3950 or The Gutter in Suamico June 21-22. Civil War Reenacthave automatic bumpers that can go ment. Heritage Hill, Green Bay, up for one bowler and down for the Saturday 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Sunday 12 – 4:30 p.m. next. Children love the glowing Dragon Watch as re-enactors from across the state come Ramps that get their ball started safely together and transform Heritage Hill into a battledown the lane. 920-592-1167 or www. ground. Youth can become a soldier for part of a day while marching and training with the re-enactors. $10 adults, $8 for children 4-17, 3 and under are free. (920) 448-5150 or


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June 6-8. Petals & Porcelain. Hazelwood Historic House Museum, Green Bay, 12 – 4 p.m. Admire fresh arrangements by local florists that have been inspired by Hazelwood’s own collection of Haviland china, hand-painted in the early 1900s by Green Bay artist Frederika Crane. Admission: $7. (920) 437-1840 or



July 10-11. “Annie,” St. Norbert College, Dudley Birder Hall, De Pere, 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Watch as Birder Studio students take the stage. This performance features children acting out this beloved and timeless movie. (920) 403-3950 or


July 12-13. Laura Ingalls Wilder Days. Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay, 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Walk into the middle of a Laura Ingalls Wilder classic book. With over 20 activities at Heritage Hill, families will feel they traveled back in time. (920) 448-5150 or


June 7. Art Activity Day. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, Neenah, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Explore the activity days at the museum. The June activity making a glass keychain or magnet with photo—a great gift for Father’s Day. Other summer activity days: July 20 and August 23. Cost varies by project; adult participation required. (920) 751-4658 or


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July 18. Art on the Town. Downtown Appleton, 6 – 9 p.m. Celebrate Appleton’s art downtown like never before. Stroll down the Avenue or catch a free ride on the downtown trolley. Enjoy music, performing arts, visual arts and culinary delights. (920) 954-9112 or

July 27. Art at the Park. City Park, Appleton, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Each year, thousands of people head to the historic City Park in downtown Appleton to marvel at the creations of nearly 200 participating artists for this event sponsored by The Trout Museum of Art. The festival also includes musical entertainment, food vendors and children’s art activities. Admission and parking is free. (920) 733-4089 or


August 15. Art on the Town. Downtown Appleton, 6 – 9 p.m. Celebrate Appleton’s art downtown like never before. Stroll down the Avenue or catch a free ride on the downtown trolley. Enjoy music, performing arts, visual arts and culinary delights. (920) 954-9112 or

June 1 – August 25, Thursdays through Sunday, Hazelwood Historic House Museum Tours, Green Bay, 12 – 4 p.m. Tour Green Bay’s only historic house open to the public that is still on its original site. (920) 437-1840 or

Ongoing. West Shores Interpretive Center, Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, Suamico, weekdays 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., weekends, 12 – 4 p.m. Located on the (920) acre Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve, this center offers educational programs and hands-on exhibits throughout the year. This destination will capture the interest of the entire family. (920) 448-6242 or co.brown. August 2-3. W WI and W WII Experie nce. Hill, Green Bay, 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m Heritage . Learn about the simila rities and differ ences of W WI and W WII, the ca uses, weapons an d the lasting legacies of both wars. (920 ) 448-5150 or heritagehillg



The ARTgarage, 1400 Cedar Street, Green Bay. Over 20 artists display their original artwork at The ARTgarage. Watch as children awe at the amazing creations. Open Tuesday – Saturday. Admission is free. (920) 448-6800 or

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Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Place, Green Bay. The Neville Public M useum is a gene ral museum of ar t, history an d science. Explor e the museum’s collection s and exhibits an d watch the kids’ curiosit y grow. (920) 44 8- 4460 or nevillepublic

Rahr-West Art Museum, Manitowoc, weekdays 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., weekends 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Take time to appreciate art. The Rahr-West Art Museum’s primary areas of collecting include 19th, 20th and 21st century contemporary art and decorative arts. Admission is free although donations are suggested. (920) 6863090 or


Children’s Museum of Green Bay, 301 N. Washington Street, Green Bay. The Children’s Museum opened their doors in 2012. The Green Bay museum was designed to stimulate a child’s curiosity and motivate learning. Encourage kids to explore the 13 interactive exhibits and to play. (920) 432-4397 or


The Building for Kids Children’s Museum, Appleton, Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday, 12 – 5 p.m. Encourage kids to explore. New exhibit: Everybody Play. Admission $7.25. (920) 7343226 or


August 16. Fur Trade Era in Wisconsin. Heritage Hill, Green Bay, 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Travel back in time and see how Green Bay’s earliest settlers dressed, cooked and lived. (920) 448-5150 or


Oshkosh Public Museum features Attack of the Bloodsuckers now through September 7. Explore the science of what’s biting you in this skin-crawling exhibition. There is an admission fee; children under 6 are free. (920) 236-5799 or



June 7. Summer reading program kick-off, Central Library reading garden, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Here is your first chance to sign up for the library’s summer reading program while enjoying activities for kids, teens and adults. There will be a musician, face painting, free popcorn and more. (920) 448-4000 or


June 10. 2nd Annual Kid’s Rummage Sale. Pierce Park, Appleton, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Children 5-12 will be selling their gently used toys, games, clothes and accessories. (920) 832-5905 or continued on page 14 >>>

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June 13. It Starts with a Seed: Edible Garden Grand Opening. Brown County Central Library, Green Bay, 10 a.m. Take a close look at seeds and join in the planting activities in the library’s new Cellcom Children’s Edible Garden. Stay for the “Vine Cutting” ceremony. Bring a camera and keep an eye out for the Very Hungry Caterpillar. (920) 448-5846 or

movie “Frozen” will start in the auditorium with a live performance of “Let it Go” by Elsa followed by a sing-along. Stay for stories, games, crafts and activities. (920) 448-5846 or


June 18. Absolutely Amazing Science. Brown County Central Library, Green Bay, 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Jim Lenz will demonstrate a variety of amazing and entertaining science concepts at this program designed for children ages 5 and up. (920) 448-4000 or


June 17. Frozen Fest—Featuring Elsa. Brown County Central Library, Green Bay, 2 – 3:30 p.m. This special event for fans of the Disney


June 20. Lego Block Party. Southwest Branch Library, Green Bay 1 p.m. Bring your creativity and imagination to build with the library’s Legos. (920) 492-4910 or


June 27. Rollin’ Out Good Times at the Truck Jam. Kress Family Library, De Pere, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. The parking lot will be jammed when a city truck, fire truck and the Library’s Bookmobile pull in. Explore these vehicles up close. (920) 448-4000 or


Green Bay Boy Choir and Girl Choir presents: SUMMER VOCAL CAMPS







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Boy Choir Camp: 8-Noon • Girl Choir Camp: 1-5PM $90 Camp Fee includes Camp T-shirt Ca Call the Green Bay Boy Choir and Girl Choir to Register at 920-321-0541 Visit our website at: Vi WI-5001796276

July 2. Come and Make 4th of July T-shirts, Wrightstown Branch Library, Wrightstown, 1:30 p.m. Bring in a clean white shirt and the library will provide the rest! Space is limited, call (920) 532-4011 to register.

• Dance Camp | June 16-20 • Boot Camp | June 17-19 • Master Class Week | June 18-20 • 6-Week Class Sessions | June 23 – July 28 • Focus Session on Conditioning, Flexibility and Leaps & Turns | August 12-14 & August 19-21 • Competition Dance Teams | Please contact the studio for more information Please visit our website to register online or pick up a summer program guide in the lobby

Building Character and Confidence One Dancer at a Time!


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July 30. “Chicken Lips” & Other Silly Songs with Papa Cow. Brown County Central Library, Green Bay, 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Awardwinning children’s musician Jeff Krebbs (Papa Cow) will provide an entertaining mix of songs about silly stuff, animals and more. (920) 448-4000 or


July 30. Sleep, Slumber, Snore. Southwest Branch Library, Green Bay, 6:30 p.m. Bring your favorite stuffed lovie to this special storytime. Then, your stuffed friend can spend the night at the library—they’ll be ready for pickup, along with pictures of their adventure, on Thursday morning. (920) 492-4910 or




July 16. Family Fun Night: Barbie is Fabulous. Kress Family Branch Library, De Pere, 6:30 p.m. Sharon Korbeck Verbeten, a local Barbie expert, presents a program of fun, fashion and everything Barbie, including crafts and treats. Kids can bring favorite Barbies for show-and-tell; adults please bring vintage Barbies to show. (920) 448-4407 or July 18. Lego Block Party. Southwest Branch Library, Green Bay 1 p.m. Bring your creativity and imagination to build with the library’s Legos. (920) 492-4910 or

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July 15. Playground engineering. Weyers-Hilliard Branch Library, Green Bay, 1:30 p.m. Design and construct models for playground equipment using straws, cardboard and PVC pipe. (920) 448-4405 or

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July 23. Magic & Illusion 4 You! Brown County Central Library, Green Bay, 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Glen Gerard, the “Midwest’s top magician,” will wow children with his magic show. (920) 448-4000 or


July 24-25. Playground Fair. Pierce Park, Appleton. As part of “Children’s Week” Appleton puts together a playground fair with carnival games, inflatables, an outdoor movie, great food and entertainment. All ages welcome. Cost: $5 for wristband and one punchcard, $2 for additional punchcards. (920) 832-5905 or


July 28. Science Rocks! Super Small Science, Ashwaubenon Branch Library, 10:30 a.m. The Children’s Museum of Green Bay will be at the library to teach kids all about the world of nanoscience. Space is limited so call (920) 492-4913 to reserve your spot.

August 6. Annual carnival. Weyers-Hilliard Branch Library, Green Bay, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Come one, come all to the end of summer carnival. All ages welcome. Rain date: August 7. (920) 448-4405 or

August 6. Summer Carnival and Games. Optimist Park, De Pere, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Say goodbye to summer and join in the fun! Head to Optimist Park for games and activities. Game tickets (20 cents each) will be sold at the carnival. (920) 339-4065 or


August 8. Celebration Featuring Randy Peterson along with Dinosaur. Kress Family Branch Library, De Pere, 11 a.m. Celebrate the end of the Summer Reading Program with live music, games and activities at the De Pere library. Meet Dinosaur from the Jane Yolen picture books. (920) 448-4407 or


August 12. Science of the Circus Comedy Show with Miller & Mike. Brown County Central Library, 1:30 p.m. Watch as the talented Miller and Mike demonstrate yoyo tricks, spin plates and play the ukulele. (920) 448-4000 or browncountylibrary. org.


August 15. Library Morning at Brown County Fair. Brown County Fairgrounds, De Pere, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Encouraging your children to read pays off today. Free admission is given to the Brown County Library’s Summer Reading Program participants with their Blue Ribbon Pass. Special morning activities include kid-focused shows. (920) 448-4000 or

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