Nonstop flights to popular winter destinations return to GRB
GREEN BAY – Nonstop flights from Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB) to popular sunny destinations are back by traveler demand.
“We know it’s hard to think of winter when summer just started,” stated Airport Director Marty Piette, A.A.E., “But if you want the best flights and pricing, now’s the time to make your plans. When those cold winter winds start blowing, you’ll be happy you thought ahead. And it doesn’t get any easier than these direct flights at Austin Straubel International Airport.”
Here’s what’s on the schedule:
Nonstop to Las Vegas (LAS): Sun Country Airlines will begin new, nonstop service from GRB to Las Vegas Harry Reid International Airport (Formerly McCarren International Airport) on September 9, 2022.
The service will be offered September through December, on a Friday through Monday schedule.
Nonstop to Orlando (MCO): On November 17, Frontier Airlines will resume its four-days-a-week nonstop service to Orlando International Airport on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Nonstop to Tampa (TPA): Also resuming November 17, Frontier is offering nonstop service three days per week (Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday) to Tampa International Airport.
Nonstop to Ft. Lauderdale (FLL): Just two days later, on November 19, Frontier will again begin offering once per week (Saturday) nonstop service to Ft. Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport in Florida.
Nonstop to Ft. Myers (RSW): If Ft. Myers, Florida and the Florida Gulf Coast are on your travel list, Sun Country will resume its popular nonstop flight to Southwest Florida International Airport on Sundays and Thursdays beginning December 15.
Nonstop to Phoenix (PHX): If Arizona is more your style, Sun Country will resume its nonstop flights to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on December 15 with twice a week service on Sundays and Thursdays.
To check schedules, availability and pricing, go direct to the airlines’ websites for the most up-to-date information.
Doma opens new office on Broadway
GREEN BAY – Doma hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday for its new downtown branch office at 111 N. Broadway in Suite 1A.
Speakers included Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich; Executive Director Brian Johnson of On Broadway, Inc.; and Chad Christy, Managing Director of Wisconsin at Doma.
“Doma is extremely excited to be a part of the business community in Green Bay,” Christy said. “In the real estate industry, it’s all about the people and the relationships—and our incredible Green Bay team is proud to bring Doma’s technology here to create a frictionless closing experience for everyone involved in a residential real estate transaction.”
Doma is an independent title agency (formerly North American Title) that provides settlement services to homebuyers, sellers and borrowers.
Survey seeks input on Green Bay Public Market
GREEN BAY – On Broadway, Inc. (OBI) has launched an online survey to gather public input on the proposed redevelopment of Old Fort Square, 211 N. Broadway, into the Green Bay Public Market.
The preliminary plan includes 42,965 square feet with room for approximately 20 businesses, a community event space, demonstration kitchen, dining area, and additional tenant space.
The $10 million-plus project is expected to attract more than one million visitors to downtown Green Bay annually, according to OBI.
“This project will provide a quality-of-life amenity for the community and that means we want to engage the public in the discussion of what is most desired for a public market in our area,” said Chelsea Kocken, Director of Special Projects for On Broadway, Inc.
Toward that end, OBI has launched an online survey for folks to offer up input.
“The questions we ask within this survey are simple yet provide a good set of data for us to reference when securing tenants, scheduling programming, and working through the details of daily operations,” Kocken said.
OBI will also host listening sessions in front of Old Fort Square during the Wednesday farmers markets on August 24 and September 14.
The public is welcome to stop in anytime from 3 to 8 p.m. to discuss the project.
A second phase includes construction of an apartment development on the city-owned parking lot behind Old Fort Square and is expected to cost more than $21 million.
For more information and updates, and to access the survey, visit downtowngreenbay.com/publicmarket.
Bay Family to host preseason tailgate party
GREEN BAY – Bay Motel & Family Restaurant, 1301 S. Military Ave., is hosting a tailgate party from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday Aug. 19 ahead of the Green Bay Packers’ preseason game against the New Orleans Saints, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the NEW Community Shelter.
Rain or shine, tailgating favorites such as hamburgers, brats and hot dogs will be served hot off their backyard grill for fans of all ages.
Beer, soda and mixed drinks will also be available.
Starting at 3 p.m. fans can hop on a shuttle that will take them to Lambeau Field. Parking is free.
Bay Family Motel & Restaurant is a 53-room motel with an attached family restaurant.
They have been a part of the Green Bay community for over 60 years.
Call for back-to-school volunteers
GREEN BAY – citySERVE Green Bay is looking for nearly 100 volunteers for School Care Day Aug. 29 and 30 to help teachers get classrooms ready for the new school year.
Working in conjunction with the Green Bay Area Public Schools, volunteers will be spread out across 20 schools in the district and will help teachers decorate bulletin boards, stuff packets that will go home to parents, organize classroom libraries and other similar tasks.
There are tasks suitable for ages 12 or as old as 85-plus.
Any interested persons can visit http://www.cityservegreenbay.org for more information and to sign up.
For the past four years, citySERVE has gathered community members from varying backgrounds and beliefs to work with one simple purpose – serve the Greater Green Bay community.