Baseball fans will be out in full force tomorrow to celebrate MLB’s opening day.
While we wait, we Packer fans must remember we have a six-acre park now open for spring activities.
Located next to Lambeau Field, Titletown plaza transformed a former parking lot into a destination and recently received a Wisconsin ASLA Design Award.
Opening at 7 am daily, Titletown would be the perfect place to grab a cup of coffee, analyze the Packer’s 2019 week one match-up and mock drafts before you visit neighboring Lambeau Field.
Known for Ariens Hill and the Titletown Ice Rink during the winter, in addition to a full-size football field and unique playground, Titletown offers the following games in no particular order: foosball, horse shoes, shuffle board, ping pong, bocce ball, and bean bag toss, or as I like to say “bags.”
There are also many ‘after dark’ activities the first being this Friday, March 29.
From 7 pm – 10 pm the Let’s Glow event at Titletown is free, but remember to register for the “Glowga” and Zumba After Dark activities which are just two activities part of the overall event. Guests are encouraged to wear neon or white.
I would also assume green and gold attire is acceptable.
Thursdays starting in April, Titletown offers Crafts + Cocktails from 6 pm to 8 pm. I see they are scheduled through May, but the Succulent Terrariums on April 11th is already sold out. These are paid classes and registration is required.
S’mores kits are available for purchase Friday nights starting April 19th and continuing through May. It sounds like a must have to accompany a free campfire and family-friendly entertainment each Friday night with Lambeau in view.
A 13x World Champion vibe always, don’t miss the first pitch of these two great Charity Softball Games.
Davante Adams and Blake Martinez will host the 2019 Green & Gold Charity Softball Game on June 1, 2019, at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium. The annual softball game pits current Packers’ offensive players against defensive players and benefits multiple charities in northeastern Wisconsin.
Network Health presents the 3rd annual Donald Driver Charity Softball Game on July 27, 2019. Played also at Neuroscience Group Field, past participants include Packers Super Bowl Champions Dorsey Levens, James Jones, Nick Collins, and Jarrett Bush. Proceeds benefit the Donald Driver Foundation.
Order tickets for either Charity Softball Game by visting www.milb.com.