Every week, we highlight 5 interesting events, activities, initiatives, or unique happenings around the Greater Green Bay community (in no particular order). Things to do in Green Bay this week:
1 – Artstreet 2016, Friday August 26th through Sunday, August 28th, Downtown Green Bay
Be a part of the Artstreet experience! Artstreet has been bringing art out of studios, galleries and museums for 35 years. Stroll the streets of downtown Green Bay and encounter the works of 200 fine artists from throughout the country. A great way to explore amazing artwork, meet fellow art fans, and explore the downtown area.
Take in music, dance, and theatrical performances. View artists demonstrating their work during the creative process. Savor an array of specialty foods. Enjoy cultural displays, children’s art activities, and more. A great Green Bay Tradition.
Friday, Aug 26, 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm (music until 10:00 pm)
Saturday, August 27, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm (music until 9:00 pm)
Sunday, August 28, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
2 – Hinterland Brewery 21st Anniversary, Saturday, August 27th, 1:00 to 10:00, Hinterland Brewery
21 fantastic years of brewing for our friends and neighbors in Green Bay and beyond. We’re celebrating by throwing another party with great beer, delicious food, and killer bands! Here are some of the details:
They will be releasing our 21st Anniversary beer…a limited release of a very special blend of several bourbon barrel-aged beers. This will be unique, complex, and ridiculously delicious.
Chef Kelly Qualley will be preparing a creative menu:
-Porchetta Sandwich with arugula, pickled onion, pesto goat cheese spread
-Packerland Pilsner Cheddar Bratwurst with super relish, beer mustard
-Shrimp and Whitefish Ceviche with tortilla chips, lime, cilantro
We’re extremely excited about the music this year… The Chocolateers are returning again with their roots, rock garage band feel and Dead Soldiers from Memphis, TN. We think you’ll dig their blend of bluegrass, rock, and blues as much as we do. In the heart of the historic On Broadway district.
3 – Art And Sole 5K, Saturday, August 27th, 9:00 am, Olde Main Street District
Take part in either a 5k run or walk (or both!) through the Arts District. There will be two different courses offered through this event. One course will be specific to those looking to run the route and the other course specific to those looking to walk the route. Both routes go through the Old Main Street District and the East River Trail. Enjoy the sites of Morty the Moose, Frida Kahlo, a Graffiti mural and various bike sculptures while exploring the Arts District. After the run take part in art activities and then make your way over to the Saturday Farmers Market to enjoy a free Great Harvest Cookie and a free local craft brew at Art Street. All proceeds will benefit the public art fund, “Art on Main,” to bring more art to the streets!
● Early Bird Registration, before July 31st is $20.
● Registration after July 31st is $25
● Day before and Race day registration is $30
Register Here! https://thutcreations.redpodium.com/art-and-sole-5k
Registration includes the opportunity to either run (police supervision will be provided) or walk (some police supervision will be provided, but walkers need to follow the cross walk signals) the Arts District or do both! It also includes a t-shirt, free Great Harvest cookie at the Saturday Farmers Market and a free craft brew at Art Street!
Friday, August 26th
Early Packet Pick-Up
Time: 5 – 7 p.m.
Location: Art Street
Race Day: Saturday, August 27th
Day of Packet Pick-Up
8 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
Location: Whitney Park
You may pick up the packet of another participant.
Start Line Events:
8:55 a.m. – National Anthem
9 a.m. – Race Start at the newest mural of the Arts District (620 Main St.)
Finish Line Events:
9:30 a.m. -11 a.m. Finish Line Food and Beverages and Art Festivities at Whitney Park (800 Main St.)
The start and finish line are one block away from each other!
4 – Bayshore Sunset Hike, Saturday, August 27th, 7:30 pm, Bayshore County Park
Join the park’s naturalist on a sunset, family-friendly guided hike. Afterwards, enjoy a bonfire and roast some marshmallows.Take some time to connect with nature before the end of the summer.
5 – Tai Chi in the Park, Wednesday, August 24th, 6:00 pm, St. James Park, Green Bay, WI
Often referred to as mediation in motion, is a mind-body practice that was originated in China as a martial art. The practice of Tai Chi consists of a series of slow graceful movements that are combined with deep breathing. Movements are without strain, and provide exercise and toning for every part of the body. Anyone, regardless of age or physical ability, can benefit from its practice.Part of the Fit In The Parks initiative.
Posted By: Brian Danzinger