If you are like me, you are craving for any type of sports content to enjoy right now. I am researching and reading anything about the NFL and if they will start on time and their plans during this pandemic. During this quarantine, I stumbled upon the Packers Hall of Fame virtual programming.
The virtual programming is for fans of all ages to stay connected to Green Bay Packers history. The digital programming is offered weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays and Thursdays the Hall of Fame will be airing other programming to keep fans connected to the team.
Yesterday, the Packers Hall of Fame announced that they will be continuing their virtual digital programming through June 12. History buffs will be delighted with the variety of programming the team is offering.
Here is a run down of the programming:
Tuesdays: Packers Hall of Fame Live – The Packers Hall of Fame will be live on their Facebook page every Tuesday at 1 pm. Each week the Hall of Fame staff will focus on aspects of the museum and Stadium Tours, including exhibit development, game weekend operation and what it’s like to be a Lambeau Field tour guide. During the Facebook Live broadcasts, fans can ask the staff questions during a Q&A session. This is a great way to learn more about the Packers history.
Wednesday: Virtual Art Tour – Posted each Wednesday at 10 am on the Hall of Fame’s website, fans can explore and learn about the art pieces that line the walls of Lambeau Field.
Thursday: Packers History Presentation – Every Thursday at 10 am on the Hall of Fame’s website, Brent Hensel, Packers Hall of Fame curator, will talk about the team’s history. Each week will be a different topic.
Friday: Virtual Scavenger Hunt – At 10 am each Friday, the team will post on the Hall of Fame’s website directions on how fans can participate in the virtual scavenger hunt. If you are one of the lucky fans who participate in the first hour, Hall of Fame staff members will be providing you with responses to your submissions.
Enjoy and have fun learning about Green Bay Packers history. To learn more, be sure to check out their website, https://www.packershofandtours.com/engage/virtual-programming/
Go Pack Go!
Anthony Haag is a writer for PackersTalk.com. He has been a Packers fan since the day he was born and truly bleeds green and gold. He makes annual visits to Lambeau Field and has attended his fair share of games. You can follow Anthony on Twitter at @anthony_haag