The Green Bay Packers will again host the popular Halloween-themed event Spooktacular Fun this Saturday, Oct 11, in the Lambeau Field Atrium.
The event will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m and is free to the public. Spooktacular Fun can be accessed through the Miller Lite Gate, Oneida Nation Gate or American Family Insurance Gate on the north and east sides of the Atrium.
Spooktacular Fun will feature interactive entertainment including music, magic and variety acts. Children also will have the opportunity to receive temporary airbrush tattoos and can put their artistic skills to work at Halloween-themed craft stations.
Those who attend the event are also encouraged to bring new or gently-used winter coats to Lambeau to donate to the Coats for Kids program.
In addition, the FBI Milwaukee Division and its Green Bay resident agency, in partnership with the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association, will have representatives on hand at the event to distribute free child ID kits to parents and guardians. The child ID kit allows parents or guardians to collect specific information by easily recording the physical characteristics and fingerprints of their children on identification cards that are kept at home. If ever needed, this ID kit gives authorities the vital information necessary to help locate a missing child.
‘Spooktacular Fun’ is one in a series of community events held each year by the Packers. Other events include an ecumenical Thanksgiving Day meal for area needy families, ‘Project Play 60’ and the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer.
‘Spooktacular Fun’ main stage schedule:
10 a.m.: Miller and Mike – variety entertainment
11 a.m.: Dave Rudolf – music
12 p.m.: John Measner – magic
1 p.m.: Miller and Mike – variety entertainment
2 p.m.: Dave Rudolf – music
3 p.m.: John Measner – magic