Green Bay Kids Day June 25th
It’s just a few weeks away until Green Bay Kids’ Day, a day when the city celebrates our children. Kids can get in free to many popular attractions and can go to special events throughout the city. This city-wide event is for Green Bay residents only.
Children must have a wristband to take part in any of the free events. You must have proof of residency when you pick up the bands, too. You can pick up wristbands for the kids at the following locations (while supplies last):
- Bay Beach Amusement Park
- Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary
- Green Bay Parks, Recreation & Forestry Office
- Green Bay Metro
- City Hall Welcome Center
- Brown County Library-Central, East & Southwest Branches
- Mayor’s Office
- Neighborhood Resource Center (Howe & Fort Howard)
- Neighborhood Associations
- Dental Associates
- Colburn, Joannes & Resch Pools
- Green Bay City Playgrounds (starting June 15)
Now that you know where to get the wristbands, what can kids do that day for free? How ’bout the brand new The Children’s Museum? To register visit their website because space is limited.
- Bay Beach: unlimited FREE rides
- Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame: FREE admission (adult admission is $10)
- Green Bay pools: FREE swimming
- Neville Public Museum-FREE Admission
- Green Bay Metro-ride the buses FREE all day
- and more!
It’s easy to remember Green Bay Kids Day if you think “six months from Christmas.” For me, it’s super easy to remember. My oldest was born the same day this tradition started in 2003! I always tell her the city is throwing her a party.
To find out more about Kids Day, please visit the city of Green Bay website.
Also, don’t forget to check the “Summer Fun” section on Green Bay Consumer for more fun and frugal events and activities going on in the community this summer.