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Packers Hall of Fame to host next 'History Night' March 28

Posted Mar 24, 2017

Event to feature guest speakers and various Packers historical topics, artifacts

On Tuesday, the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame will host its next ‘History Night,’ which will explore stories and artifacts from the Packers’ celebrated past.

The March 28 event will begin at 6 p.m. and will feature Green Bay native and Packers collector Tom Pigeon, who began collecting Packers items in the 1950s. Tuesday’s event will showcase these items, many of which are now rare artifacts, and tell the stories behind them.

In addition to the opportunity to learn about Packers history, the event attendees are also encouraged to explore the rest of the Hall of Fame following the presentation, with museum hours extended until 9 p.m. for each History Night.

In addition to the March 28 event, additional History Nights are scheduled to include:

  • Tuesday, April 25: Evolution of the Helmet – See how football headgear has changed from the time of Curly Lambeau to the present day. 
  • Tuesday, May 30: Unique Artifacts in the Hall of Fame’s Collection – Learn about unusual artifacts from the Packers Hall of Fame archives and hear the stories behind the items. 

Regular Hall of Fame admission rates will apply for all guests attending the event. Space is limited and tickets can be purchased online at http://www.packers.com/lambeau-field/hall-of-fame/history-nights.html.

 
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