The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame will continue hosting the monthly 'History Night,' which explore stories and artifacts from the Packers' celebrated past.
Each event begins at 6 p.m. and features a guest speaker or historian providing an in-depth presentation on the evolution of the Green Bay Packers through photographs, legends, artifacts and unique archived items.
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 presentations, with museum hours extended until 9 p.m. for each History Night.
Regular Hall of Fame admission rates apply for all guests attending the event. Space is limited, and tickets can be purchased online at http://pckrs.com/history-nights.
The topics for the currently scheduled History Nights are:
• Tuesday, Aug. 29: Training Camp Traditions – Packers Training Camp traditions have been going strong for over 70 years. From Rockwood Lodge to the Hutson Center, from bicycles to tailgating, reminisce about what makes Training Camp so great with guest speaker and team historian Cliff Christl.
• Tuesday, Sept. 26: Packers Tall Tales – Packers' history is steeped in mythology. How does one separate fact from legend and lore? Let Packers team historian, Cliff Christl, set the record straight.
• Wednesday, Oct. 25: Growing the Gridiron – How does the grass stay green at Lambeau Field? Fields manager Allen Johnson will explain the history of the field and how he and his team keep the unique turf in playing condition.
• Tuesday, Nov. 28: Home for the Holidays – Celebrate with the Packers Hall of Fame and relive some of the team's best holiday games.