Escape The Cold At Project LEAP! Inside Lambeau Field Atrium

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LAMBEAU FIELD ATRIUM TO HOST KIDS' EVENT FROM 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M.

With Saturday's temperatures forecasted to be in the single digits, families can take advantage of the many activities available at 'Project LEAP!' inside the Lambeau Field Atrium.

Free to the public, the third-annual 'Project LEAP!' (Lambeau's Exercise and Activity Playground) takes place tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is focused on getting kids out of the house to enjoy non-strenuous physical activity.

In addition to the popular inflatables, obstacles courses, a climbing wall and stilt walkers, the day will feature four performances by The Jessie White Tumbling Team. The team will perform on the Atrium floor and teach tumbling techniques between performances throughout the day.

'Project LEAP!' is one of four free community events the Packers host each year, each geared toward bringing families together.

'Spooktacular Fun' - a Halloween event that features interactive and entertaining activities including sing-along music, magic, miming, clowns and jugglers takes place in October. Each November, the Packers serve a Thanksgiving meal to more than 600 people, while 'Summer Traditions' is an event set in the year 1908 - when Curly Lambeau was 10 years old - and features exciting activities that children experienced at the turn of the century.

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