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Go Green with Titletown

Date: Saturday, May 13
Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: Throughout Titletown

You don’t have to tell us to "go green" (and gold 😉) twice! Join us for an exciting and informative event focused on helping the community to go green at Titletown and adopt more sustainable practices through hands-on experiences + activities. This event is aimed at encouraging everyone to recycle more and reduce their environmental footprint, so we can all enjoy a cleaner and greener future.

Schedule of Events

Art Activities

  • Art Hop Collective: Paint By Numbers | North Walkway
  • Public Art: Splinter + Domino Effect | Hy-Vee Plaza + Grand Stairs

Live Entertainment

  • Kids Performer: Randy Peterson | Base of Ariens Hill
  • Art Hop Collective: Live DJ | North Walkway

E-Recycling Drive | Lot 5 at Lambeau Field

Mischief & Magic Face Painting | Locker Room

Interactive Booths | Hy-Vee Plaza

Vendor Activity
 ITADlogic E-Recycling in Lots 5 at Lambeau Field (list of accepted items below).
Green Bay Print Shop Watch a live-print of sustainable, paper toys while you create, cut, decorate and put together your own to take home.
Green Bay Parks - Conservation Corps Learn how you can reuse + recycle common items for planting seeds using egg cartons and milk jugs, and take one with you.
Mad Science: Learning About Landfills Learn about how long it takes for household items to decompose in a landfill. 
Mad Science: Recycling Relay Learn about the different types of plastics in the fun activity where they make quick decisions to reuse and recycle. 
Mad Science: Lunchtime Challenge Participate in the challenge aimed at reducing the amount of garbage you produce when taking lunches to school.
Mad Science: Ocean Avengers  An introduction for kids to the urgency in protecting our waterways from plastic waste.
Mad Science: Garbage Audit Families will be challenged to determine how much garbage they accumulate in one week. 
Mad Science: Cooperating for Change  Take the plastics pledge + learn about environmentally friendly options to reduce garbage in their everyday life.
Mad Science: Personal Chalkboards  Create your own personal chalkboards to take home and "save a tree" by writing on them! 
Molly Johnson Studio Create a flower craft out of recycled paper and cardboard.
Brown County Resource Recovery Overview of how to "recycle right" including information on what can or cannot be recycled and why.
Wisconsin DNR - State Parks Learn how to help protect our natural resources and be green stewards when visiting parks + forests.
Glacial Lakes Conservancy Enjoy tree ID activities + information on Glacial Lakes Conservancy
Baird Creek Preservation Foundation Become more environmentally friendly at home through an activity of planting seeds into a compostable cup to take home and plant in your backyard.
Green Schools Rock Receive tools + resources to help schools take sustainable actions and create an eco-friendly art project to learn about the importance of upcycling!
UWSP Herpetology Society Meet reptiles + amphibians housed in the animal labs on campus and learn what it takes to raise healthy herpetofauna.
Wild Ones Fox Valley Area Learn about this non-profit environmental education and advocacy organization.
Greener Bay Compost Learn about a convenient way to compost their waste and receive a free sample bag of compost to learn more about the process.
NEW Leaf Foods Delve into the world of worm composting, gaining practical knowledge on transforming organic waste into nutrient-rich soil.
Ice Age Trail Alliance Explore the Ice Age Trail Alliance, whose mission is to conserve, create, maintain, & promote the Ice Age National Scenic Trail
Brown County Beekeepers Association  Immerse yourself in the world of beekeeping with live honeybee observation hives, access to literature on bees and beekeepers, and engage in informative Q&A sessions. 


Whether you're a seasoned environmentalist or just starting to learn about the importance of going green, this event is the perfect place to connect with like-minded individuals, gain new knowledge + skills and make a positive impact on our planet. Let's work together to protect our environment and create a better future for generations to come!

items accepted for e-recycling 


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