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Winter Sports

Date: Saturdays | January 8 – February 12

Time: 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Location: Football Field

Try a new winter sport and learn the basics from our community experts.

Equipment will be provided. No advanced registration required to participate. (If there are more participants than equipment available a time limit may be implemented to ensure all guests may participate.)

January 8 – Kicksled with Door County Kicksled

January 15 – Kicksled with Door County Kicksled

January 22 – Snowshoe with Brown County Parks Dept.

January 29 – Kicksled with Door County Kicksled

February 5 – Cross Country Ski with Bay Nordic Ski Club*

February 12 – Snowshoe with Brown County Parks Dept.

Planning to attend class? Be sure to complete the Titletown Winter Activities waiver prior to arrival. 



*Join Bay Nordic Ski Club for an introduction for cross country skiing on Feb. 5. This program will offer two sessions:

  • 12-2 P.M. for adaptive skiers
  • 2-4 P.M. for all 

The adaptive session will offer additional support for individuals with disabilities or special needs that may want to try the sport, including sit-skis for any individuals using wheelchairs or with mobility restrictions. The session from 2-4pm will be open to all participants who would like to try the wonderful sport of cross country skiing. Come try this great sport that can be accessible to all!


Winter Sports is a program of Get Learning presented by Imperial Supplies.

Please note that programs will be canceled for Green Bay postseason games hosted at Lambeau Field.

There are risks associated with participating in physical activity. It is your responsibility, in conjunction with your healthcare provider, to evaluate your medical and physical condition to determine whether to participate. By taking part in this activity, you acknowledge those risks and waive any claims that you (or your family) may have for any accident, injury or damage. If you experience breathing problems, faintness, dizziness, pain, or any other symptoms while exercising, stop activity immediately and contact your healthcare provider or call 9-1-1 in case of emergency.

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