Greenbay Wisconsin Events
Nothing matches wine and fondue as well, and the annual FUNdue Wine Festival is here to prove it. The stunning Green Bay Botanical Garden hosts one of its most popular events every February. Ideal for all ages, this Halloween-themed event features a pumpkin, a lit walk through the garden, a costume contest, live music, food trucks and more.
This family-friendly fair on the Fox River informs people of all ages about the history of Brown County through a series of exciting activities. With a variety of model railways and suppliers, the Titletown Train Show experiences some of the best in model railways. This free event is perfect for old-fashioned family entertainment with live music, food trucks, live entertainment and more.
Every year, Heritage Hill invites stakeholders from across Wisconsin to demonstrate the history of Green Bay, Wisconsin, and its history as an important part of the Great Lakes region. As you can see, this excursion to the Green Bay can be filled with a variety of activities, such as the annual Blue Bay Booyah Festival. Purchase a package ticket to the GreenBay Booysah and enjoy live music, food trucks, live entertainment and more at this free event.
The race numbers can be handed over to the participants 6 - 3 days before the event to pay the difference in the entry fees. The transfer to a more expensive race costs $5 per race or $10 per day for transfer and payment.
If the game is cancelled or not rescheduled, we will offer customers the option of a refund or credit to the account. If the games are simply postponed or cancelled, other teams involved in the order will be drafted in to make their orders available to season ticket holders.
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We don't want you to miss this opportunity to book, so please add your name to the waiting list by telling us what you are interested in and we will be the first to contact you when packages become available. There is no fee to have the participants "equipment sent by post, but you will need to pick up your package. If your package does not arrive on the day of the event, you must return to your venue (if you did not pick it up) where your race number and equipment will be reallocated.
If you need assistance during the event, please contact our volunteers and the course supervisor. Please include the date and time of the game you wish to move, as well as your name, address, phone number and e-mail address. The postponement requests must be sent by email, but we will fulfill your order even if your game has been postponed to another time.
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s historic parade and celebration, which begins at 11 a.m. at the High School on West Green Bay Street. Come by, it's free and open to the public from 11.30 to 14.00 on Saturday, 11 June 2017. Bring your family, friends and neighbors along for a fun day of food, music and fun.
The parade will begin at 11 a.m. at the High School on West Green Bay Street and continue north on S. 8th Street, where it will turn east onto Maritime Drive. The parade will end with a parade on Huron Street and then continue south along the east side of the river to the intersection of North Main Street. On Saturday, June 11, 2017, the processions will begin at 12: 30 p.m. on the west side and move east on South Main Street and then south on North St. Paul Street until they merge east on Maritime Drive. It will then end at 2: 00 pm, m., with the parade taking place - tees and picks - ups that happen on Huron Street and north along North Street before turning south on North State Avenue.
The family-friendly film "The Sandlot" will be shown on Saturday, June 11, 2017, at 7: 30 p.m., followed by fireworks. The fireworks will start at nightfall from a platform at the Fremont Hotel and will take place on the west side of the river at North Main Street and North State Avenue. The fireworks will last about an hour and a half before being launched from the platform at a distance of about 1,000 feet above sea level.