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Pop-Up Hike: Fall Colors
Friday, Oct. 21
Green Bay Botanical Garden, Green Bay

Take a tour of the Garden led by members of the Garden Education Team.

Shift focus from flowers to trees as you examine the colorful autumn leaves.

Learn about why leaves change colors, why some trees lose their leaves while others keep them, what determines when a tree will turn colors and more.

The tour is included with the price of general admission.

Find more details and register in advance at gbbg.org.

Saturday, Oct. 22
Lambeau Field Atrium, Green Bay

Enjoy family-friendly entertainment and fall activities at this event hosted by the Green Bay Packers as part of the Green Bay Packers Give Back initiative.

There will be balloon animals, face painting, games, cookie decorating and Halloween-themed crafts for children to participate in.

The Center for Childhood Safety will also be at the event to provide information on safe trick-or-treating.
This event is free.

Follow Lambeau Field’s Facebook page for more details.

Global Challenges to Human Rights Today
Tuesday, Oct. 25
Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Art, De Pere

Prince Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein will present the Fall 2022 Norman and Louis Miller Lecture in Public Understanding.

The lecture will cover threats to global stability including racism, xenophobia, nationalism and authoritarian leaders and how vision, energy and generosity of spirit can help secure the safety of humanity.

Ra’ad al Hussein will draw from his career in diplomacy to address the geopolitical climate, relations in the middle east, and the current challenges to human rights.

The lecture begins at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public

More information can be found at snc.edu/millercenter.

Beer and 2023 City Budget
Thursday, Oct. 27
Titletown Brewing Co., Green Bay

Mayor Eric Genrich and city staff will give a short presentation of the 2023 budget for the City of Green Bay.

There will be a question and answer session following the presentation.

Beer and snacks will be available for purchase.

This event is free and begins at 6 p.m.

Visit the Mayor of Green Bay’s Facebook page for more information.

Friday, Oct. 28
The Weidner Center, Green Bay

4th annual drag show presented by the UW-Green Bay Pride Center

The show will be hosted by Karen Valentine and feature performers Maple Veneer, Goldie Adams, Madame Tuck and Freddie Fahrenheit.

The show is free but donations (either monetary or items such as toiletries, cleaning products or non-perishable foods) will be accepted.

All donations will go to the UW-Green Bay Campus Cupboard.

The show begins at 8 p.m.

Visit weidnercenter.com for more details.

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