With warmer weather just around the corner, Titletown is preparing to introduce a new slate of summer programming, kicking off virtually on June 1.
Although the activities are scheduled to be conducted virtually during the month of June as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Titletown is set to transition each program to be held in-person once local government and health officials determine it is safe.
A new mix of live and pre-recorded programs, as well as digital resources and links, will be available daily for community members of all ages to create Titletown's vibrant and interactive atmosphere from home.
The digital programs will give community members opportunities to connect, stay busy and have fun. Activities will fit into five different categories:
- Get Creative: Kids and families are invited to embrace their artistic side, with guided art projects and new ideas offered several times a week, as well as a new "Let's Improvise" class for youngsters with a flair for the dramatic. Pre-registration is required for Let's Improvise, which will be hosted live on Zoom. More information is available on titletown.com/events/calendar.
- Get Moving: Community members of all ages can discover new ways to get their bodies moving, with Tai Chi, Ballroom Lessons and Line Dancing classes, offered via a combination of Zoom webinars and Facebook Live. Parents and toddlers can also enjoy Music + Movement, with a pre-recorded program offering music, dancing and singing. More information about dates and times of the classes are available on titletown.com/events/calendar.
- Get Social: Enjoy music from local artists, all streamed via Facebook, or take part in Titletown's weekly virtual happy hour by learning the backstory of classic craft cocktails and a recipe to try something new at home. Community members looking to support local businesses can also enjoy the Virtual Night Market from the comfort of their couch, with several vendors featured each week. More information is available on titletown.com/events/calendar.
- Get Learning presented by Imperial Supplies: Travel the world, tinker with science experiments or get lessons in "adulting," all without leaving your home. Pre-recorded videos and Zoom webinars will help kids explore new cultures, channel their inner scientist with the Einstein Project and enjoy a good book with the Brown County Public Library. A new program, Life Hacks, will offer expert tips and tricks for 20-somethings who are still figuring out adulthood. To see the full slate of Get Learning activities, please visit titletown.com/events/calendar.
- Get Fit presented by Humana: Returning favorites and new workouts will be offered for free through Zoom and Facebook Live, including Zumba, Yoga and Family Fitness. New to Titletown this summer is WERQ, a cardio dance class with trending pop and hip hop music, One Shot Burn, a fast-paced, high-energy workout combining bodyweight, gymnastics and light lifting movements, and Barre at the Park, led by instructors from Pure Barre Green Bay and focusing on low-impact, high-intensity movements to lift and tone muscles. To see the entire schedule of Get Fit activities, please visit titletown.com/events/calendar.
More details about ongoing digital events and programs are available at titletown.com/events/calendar.
Up-to-date information about activities and programming also is shared through Titletown's social media platforms at facebook.com/TitletownGB, twitter.com/titletown and instagram.com/titletown. Titletown also includes TitletownTech, The Turn, Bellin Health Titletown Sports Medicine & Orthopedics, Lodge Kohler, Hinterland Restaurant and Brewery and Associated Bank. For more information, visit titletown.com.