Winterfest On Broadway showcases the best of what Green Bay has to offer during the winter in the beautiful scenery of the historic Broadway District Celebrating 11 years as one of Green Bay’s favorite winter traditions.
Cabela's Ice Carving Competition The Cabela's Ice Carving Competition pins carvers against each other to create works of art that are proudly displayed in the Broadway District for as long as the weather allows. Competition starts at 10:00am. Watch them create beautiful works of art as they chip the ice away!
Camera Case Ice Throne The annual “Ice Throne” is a large sculpture carved at the center of the event. The piece is arguably the most photographed attraction of the event! Come take a seat and enjoy this cool sculpture.
The Winterfest Dog Pull Competition The third annual Winterfest On Broadway Dog Pull Competition has become a favorite of Green Bay. Hundreds of people gathered to watch as the beautiful malamutes compete for the weight pulling crown.
** Wisconsin Public Service Family Fun Center** The annual WPS Family Fun Center is a great way to warm up and give the kids something fun to do for a little while, all thanks to our friends at The Family Fun Center is open from 11am to 5pm. Coloring contest (provided by Ascher Janitorial Services), Festival Food Cookie Deocrating, R-Tek Fire Safety and Face Painting by Lori.
The PODS and Fox Community Credit Union Hayride Take a ride through the district and check out all the activities on an enjoyable hayride. Hayrides begin at 10am and go all day until 4pm. With a second stop added this year at the South Pole. Plus: Its free!
Celebrity Red Zone Challenge Head over to Leicht Park at 1:00 pm! Get your family on the field to play a little catch with some old Pro's and maybe catch an autograph! They will be collecting canned foods for Ben's Wish. The Celebrity Football game will begin at 2:00! This couldn't happen without support from Walgreens, Bank Mutual, The Hyatt on Main , The Green Bay Press Gazette, LIVE 54218, Ben's Wish, and Scene Events! Special thanks to Mr. Brian Danzinger for his leadership!