With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic causing many Green Bay Packers fans to stay safe at home for the time being, the Packers Hall of Fame is introducing virtual programming to help fans stay connected to Packers history.
Fans of all ages are invited to take part in the digital programming, which will be offered daily Tuesdays through Fridays from April 7 until at least May 8, depending on how state and federal social distancing recommendations may evolve.
A variety of live and pre-recorded programming will be offered for history buffs, including:
- Tuesdays: Packers Hall of Fame Live – Join the Packers Hall of Fame on Facebook Live each Tuesday at 1 p.m. for an interactive Hall of Fame experience. Hosted by Hall of Fame staff, each week will focus on a different aspect of the museum or Stadium Tours, including exhibit development, game weekend operation and what it's like to be a Lambeau Field tour guide. These live broadcasts on the Packers Hall of Fame's Facebook page will include Q&A sessions, so fans are encouraged to tune in and chime in.
- Wednesdays: Virtual Art Tour – Explore the art pieces that line the walls of historic Lambeau Field, with each Wednesday featuring a different style of art and different artists in the Green Bay Packers Collection that specializes in that medium. This program also will include a family friendly art project based on the art featured. Find these pre-recorded programs posted each Wednesday at 10 a.m. on the Hall of Fame's website.
- Thursdays: Packers History Presentation – Join Packers Hall of Fame curator Brent Hensel as he discusses a different topic about the team's history each week. View each pre-recorded presentation starting on Thursdays at 10 a.m. on the Hall of Fame's website.
- Fridays: Virtual Scavenger Hunt – Discover the Hall of Fame from home by joining the Packers Hall of Fame Hustle virtual scavenger hunt. Directions for the game will go live on the Hall of Fame's website at 10 a.m. each Friday, and those who participate in the first hour of the game will receive responses from staff members on their submissions.
To learn more about the interactive programs and to see a full schedule of the digital events, fans can visit packershofandtours.com/engage/virtual-programming/. Each program also will be posted as a Facebook event that fans are encouraged to attend.
Up-to-date information about activities and programming is shared through the Hall of Fame's social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.