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The Garden is now offering 50% OFF all general admission fees in March, so come on out and experience the winter Garden! Free snowshoes available for checkout.

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Fri 13 Mar
2015
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Soup with Substance Session 4

Friday, March 13 @ 5:30 PM - 8 PM

Member Price: $10.00 - Non-Member Price:  $15.00 - Limited Spot(s) Open

Hike, snowshoe or blaze your own skiing trail at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Then come indoors to enjoy homemade soup, bread and dessert and a garden-related presentation.  Call us at (920) 490-9457 if you'd like to reserve a set of snowshoes for a .75-1.5 mile guided hike from... Learn More

Hike, snowshoe or blaze your own skiing trail at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Then come indoors to enjoy homemade soup, bread and dessert and a garden-related presentation. Call us at (920) 490-9457 if you'd like to reserve a set of snowshoes for a .75-1.5 mile guided hike from 3:30-5:00 p.m. Program will be held as a hike if there isn’t enough snow for snowshoes. Soup with Substance tickets include free admission to the Garden and free snowshoe rentals.

Soup with Substance Session 4

Friday, March 13 from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Square Foot Gardening - Lynn Clark, NEW Master Gardener
Entertainment:   Tarl Knight (Acoustic Guitar)
 

Series Schedule 

5:30 - 8:00 p.m. each evening

#1 - Friday, January 30 - click here to add this session to your cart!
The Incredible Edible Landscape - Tom Jensen, Vande Hey Company, Inc
Entertainment:   Erin Krebs and Jeff Johnston (Jazz)

#2 - Friday, February 13 - click here to add this session to your cart!
Composting at Home - Lisa Stubbe, Landscape Artisans
Entertainment:  Mike Magee (Acoustic Guitar)

#3 - Friday, February 27 - click here to add this session to your cart!  
Fruit for Your Backyard - Rob Zimmer, Yard MD
Entertainment:   ON2 (Variety)

#4 - Friday, March 13 - click here to add this session to your cart!
Square Foot Gardening - Lynn Clark, NEW Master Gardener
Entertainment:   Tarl Knight (Acoustic Guitar)

#5 - Friday, March 27 - click here to add this session to your cart!
Birdscaping in the Midwest - Mariette Nowak, Author
Entertainment:  Randi Fay (Jazz) 


Sponsored by

Couples

Bridge

Marathon

Interested in volunteering?

We will be looking for volunteers to help with food pick up, set up and clean up. To sign up, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org. 

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/5DAeqs

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Alcohol Carry-in Policy

Because the Garden has a liquor license, visitors are not allowed to bring alcohol onto the grounds or into the building. Any exceptions to this policy could result in loss of our license. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your support! 

Contact Us For More Information

For more information on Soup with Substance, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.

Fri 20 Mar
2015
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Spring Thaw Lecture

Friday, March 20 @ 5:30 PM - 8 PM

Member Price: $25.00 - Non-Member Price:  $35.00 - Limited Spot(s) Open

Friday, March 20 th 5:30-6:30 p.m. Mingle with Peter while enjoying light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar 6:30 p.m. Peter Hatch presents “Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden at Monticello”     Celebrate the first day of spring by... Learn More

Friday, March 20th

5:30-6:30 p.m.

Mingle with Peter while enjoying light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar

6:30 p.m.

Peter Hatch presents “Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden at Monticello” 

 

Celebrate the first day of spring by attending the 2015 Spring Thaw Lecture at Green Bay Botanical Garden! We are excited to announce that Peter Hatch will be speaking at this year’s event. Peter Hatch is a celebrated author of four books on the gardens of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, where he served as Director of Gardens and Grounds for 35 years. Peter has lectured in 36 states on Jefferson and the history of garden plants. Credited with uncovering Jefferson's experimental gardens and their revolutionary influences, Mr. Hatch will share with us his visionary interpretation of this 2,400-acre historic landscape and his relentless restoration of its pioneering gardens.

Peter will present on “Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden at Monticello.” Thomas Jefferson poured his notorious passion into building and rebuilding his beloved Monticello mountaintop estate for more than 40 years. From flowers and herbs, to fruits and vegetable, the garden is widely considered an experimental laboratory of plants from around the world. Join us for more insights into Mr. Hatch’s fascinating work, including his role as advisor to First Lady Michelle Obama’s White House Kitchen Garden.

The presentation will take place in the Cornerstone Foundation Hall in our Education Center. Prior to the lecture, beginning at 5:30 p.m. visitors may enjoy light appetizers, a cash bar and a chance to meet the speaker.  The lecture will begin at 6:30 p.m. His acclaimed book, A Rich Spot of Earth, will be available for sale and signing prior to the lecture. 

Sponsored by

Contact Us For More Information

For more information on the Spring Thaw Lecture, please contact our Education Manager, Emily Hansum, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 122 or ehansum@gbbg.org.

Fri 27 Mar
2015
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Soup with Substance Session 5

Friday, March 27 @ 5:30 PM - 8 PM

Member Price: $10.00 - Non-Member Price:  $15.00 - Limited Spot(s) Open

Hike, snowshoe or blaze your own skiing trail at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Then come indoors to enjoy homemade soup, bread and dessert and a garden-related presentation.  Call us at (920) 490-9457 if you'd like to reserve a set of snowshoes for a .75-1.5 mile guided hike from... Learn More

Hike, snowshoe or blaze your own skiing trail at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Then come indoors to enjoy homemade soup, bread and dessert and a garden-related presentation. Call us at (920) 490-9457 if you'd like to reserve a set of snowshoes for a .75-1.5 mile guided hike from 3:30-5:00 p.m. Program will be held as a hike if there isn’t enough snow for snowshoes. Soup with Substance tickets include free admission to the Garden and free snowshoe rentals.

Soup with Substance Session 5

Friday, March 27 from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m.:  
Birdscaping in the Midwest - Mariette Nowak, Author
Entertainment:  Randi Fay (Jazz) 
 

Series Schedule 

5:30 - 8:00 p.m. each evening

#1 - Friday, January 30 - click here to add this session to your cart!
The Incredible Edible Landscape - Tom Jensen, Vande Hey Company, Inc
Entertainment:   Erin Krebs and Jeff Johnston (Jazz)

#2 - Friday, February 13 - click here to add this session to your cart!
Composting at Home - Lisa Stubbe, Landscape Artisans
Entertainment:  Mike Magee (Acoustic Guitar)

#3 - Friday, February 27 - click here to add this session to your cart!  
Fruit for Your Backyard - Rob Zimmer, Yard MD
Entertainment:   ON2 (Variety)

#4 - Friday, March 13 - click here to add this session to your cart!
Square Foot Gardening - Lynn Clark, NEW Master Gardener
Entertainment:   Tarl Knight (Acoustic Guitar)

#5 - Friday, March 27 - click here to add this session to your cart!
Birdscaping in the Midwest - Mariette Nowak, Author
Entertainment:  Randi Fay (Jazz) 

 


Sponsored by

Couples

Bridge

Marathon

Interested in volunteering?

We will be looking for volunteers to help with food pick up, set up and clean up. To sign up, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org. 

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/5DAeqs

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Alcohol Carry-in Policy

Because the Garden has a liquor license, visitors are not allowed to bring alcohol onto the grounds or into the building. Any exceptions to this policy could result in loss of our license. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your support! 

Contact Us For More Information

For more information on Soup with Substance, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.

Fri 17 Apr
2015

GBBG’s Gardens of Portugal Tour: Featuring Lisbon and the Azores

Friday, April 17 @ 12 AM - Sunday, April 26 @ 12 AM

We invite you to join Green Bay Botanical Garden as we travel to sunny Portugal, one of the gardening world’s “hot spots” - where warm breezes, exotic flora, and charming landscapes will capture your heart forever.   Our 10-day tour, in partnership with Odyssey Tours... Learn More

We invite you to join Green Bay Botanical Garden as we travel to sunny Portugal, one of the gardening world’s “hot spots” - where warm breezes, exotic flora, and charming landscapes will capture your heart forever.

 

Our 10-day tour, in partnership with Odyssey Tours LLC and Collette, will feature a private tour of beautiful Queluz Palace and Gardens in Lisbon, as well as an exclusive private estate garden tour while visiting the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sintra. We’ll also enjoy the most captivating gardens and parks on the island of St. Michael in Portugal’s Azores - including romantic Antonio Borges Botanical Garden; the world’s largest collection of camellias at Terra Nostra Park; and the unique flora, waterfalls and geothermal wonders of Ribeira dos Caldeiroes Nature Park. Of course there will be plenty of time to enjoy the local culture, dining and shopping too!

 

Portugal Gardens Tour Itinerary & Registration Form


For More Information

Contact Pat Fasanella, Odyssey Tours LLC (920-217-5181 or patfasanella@yahoo.com) for further information.

Sun 3 May
2015

Corporate Partner Employee Day

Sunday, May 3 @ 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday, May 3; 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Spring is a favorite time of year here at the Garden and we're happy to offer all employees of Corporate Partners of the Garden and their immediate family members the opportunity to enjoy FREE admission to the Garden on Corporate Partner Employee Day.... Learn More

Sunday, May 3; 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Spring is a favorite time of year here at the Garden and we're happy to offer all employees of Corporate Partners of the Garden and their immediate family members the opportunity to enjoy FREE admission to the Garden on Corporate Partner Employee Day.

 

Employees of Corporate Partner businesses can enjoy:
•  Free admission to the Garden for the employee and his/her immediate family
•  A $10 discount on the purchase of a new Garden membership
•  A 10% discount in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop

 

For more information, please contact Membership & Volunteer Manager, Anne Basten, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

Fri 8 May
2015

National Public Gardens Day

Friday, May 8 @ 9 AM - 5 PM

Admission is FREE for all! Come explore the wonder of spring as hundreds of thousands of our bloomers perform a happy dance at Green Bay Botanical Garden in a setting that is sure to awaken your senses!  Contact Us For More Information For more information on National Public... Learn More

Admission is FREE for all!

Come explore the wonder of spring as hundreds of thousands of our bloomers perform a happy dance at Green Bay Botanical Garden in a setting that is sure to awaken your senses! 

Contact Us For More Information

For more information on National Public Gardens Day, please call 920-490-9457.

Sun 10 May
2015

Mother's Day at the Garden & Brunch

Sunday, May 10 @ 9 AM - 5 PM

FREE Garden Admission for Mothers! Free admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden for all mothers from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.! Brunch at the Garden 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Brunch (select seating times) Register your family to enjoy a buffet style brunch at Green Bay Botanical... Learn More

FREE Garden Admission for Mothers!

Free admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden for all mothers from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.!

Brunch at the Garden

9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Brunch (select seating times)

Register your family to enjoy a buffet style brunch at Green Bay Botanical Garden, one of the most beautiful settings Green Bay has to offer.  Reservations Required.

Mother’s Day Brunch Menu  

Kids Planting Project

9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Brunch (select seating times)

Enjoy making mom, grandma or the mother in your life a garden gift. Children will enjoy a planting project and making a homemade card for $5.  Registration Required.

 

Interested in volunteering?

We will be looking for volunteers to help. To sign up, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org. 

Contact Us For More Information

For more information on Mother's Day at the Garden please call (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org.

Thu 14 May
2015

TasteBud: An Outdoor Culinary Experience & Silent Auction

Thursday, May 14 @ 5 PM - 8 PM

Join Green Bay Botanical Garden for TasteBud: An Outdoor Culinary Experience & Auction. Enjoy an evening in the Garden filled with culinary delights, blooming buds, silent auctions and more in support of the non-profit Green Bay Botanical Garden.   More details... Learn More



Join Green Bay Botanical Garden for TasteBud: An Outdoor Culinary Experience & Auction.

Enjoy an evening in the Garden filled with culinary delights, blooming buds, silent auctions and more in support of the non-profit Green Bay Botanical Garden.  

More details to come!



Interested in volunteering?

We will be looking for volunteers to help. To sign up, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.    

Silent Auction

Coming soon description of silent auction items. If you would like to donate an auction item or package, please contact Eileen Wesener, Special Events Manger, at (920)491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org.  

Sun 17 May
2015

Member Swap Day

Sunday, May 17 @ 9 AM - 5 PM

Green Bay Botanical Garden, The Neville Public Museum, National Railroad Museum and The Children's Museum invite you to attend Member Swap day!   If you're a member of any of these attractions, visit any of the participating locations for FREE (as determined by the... Learn More

Green Bay Botanical Garden, The Neville Public Museum, National Railroad Museum and The Children's Museum invite you to attend Member Swap day! 

If you're a member of any of these attractions, visit any of the participating locations for FREE (as determined by the membership level at your home attraction). It's a fantastic way to experience other cultural organizations in our community!


Just present your membership card at each of the following institutions:

Green Bay Botanical Garden
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
2600 Larsen Rd.
Green Bay, WI 54303
(920) 490-9457

Children's Museum of Green Bay
12 – 5 p.m.
301 N. Washington St.
Green Bay, WI 54301
(920) 433-4397
www.gbchildrensmuseum.org

National Railroad Museum
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
2285 S. Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54304
(920) 437-7623
www.nationalrrmuseum.org

Neville Public Museum
12 – 5 p.m
210 Museum Pl.
Green Bay, WI 54303
(920) 448-4460
www.nevillepublicmuseum.org

For more information 

For more information about Member Swap contact Membership & Volunteer Manager, Anne Basten, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

Tue 19 May
2015

Members-Only Tour: What’s Going on in the Garden This Year?

Tuesday, May 19 @ 5 PM - 6:30 PM

Tuesday, May 19; 5 - 6:30 p.m. Tour Guide: Lindsay Hendricks, Horticulturist   Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or... Learn More

Tuesday, May 19; 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Tour Guide: Lindsay Hendricks, Horticulturist

 

Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

Mon 25 May
2015

Memorial Day at the Garden

Monday, May 25 @ 9 AM - 5 PM

Admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden is FREE for all military personnel and veterans.   Learn More

Admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden is FREE for all military personnel and veterans.

 

Fri 29 May
2015

31st Annual Garden Fair

Friday, May 29 @ 5 PM - 8 PM

Shop from more than 100 vendors of plants, garden art and other garden supplies, enjoy live music, food, learn tips and tricks from gardening experts and celebrate the season at the most beautiful place in northeast Wisconsin! FREE Children's Activities all weekend long!  Planting... Learn More

Shop from more than 100 vendors of plants, garden art and other garden supplies, enjoy live music, food, learn tips and tricks from gardening experts and celebrate the season at the most beautiful place in northeast Wisconsin!

FREE Children's Activities all weekend long!  Planting project, insect dig and more!

FREE demonstrations and presentations all weekend long including Melinda Meyers!


Garden Fair helps the nonprofit 501(c)(3) Garden to raise funds that support a wide variety of educational and recreational programs connecting plants and people. 

Melinda Meyers is coming to Garden Fair!


ATC Growth Smart presents Melinda Meyers, nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & Birds & Blooms columnist. This is her only stop in Northeast Wisconsin.

Melinda will be the featured presenter on Friday, May 29 from 6-7:00 p.m. on Vegetable Gardening Success and Saturday, May 30 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Building a Beautiful Garden in the Demonstration Tent.


Have a question for Melinda? Ask her on Friday, Saturday or Sunday of Garden Fair.  She will be available for Q&A sessions in ATC’s booth.

Early Member Entry!

Friday, May 29th: Members only early entry from 4-5 pm.  Special Q&A with Melinda Meyers from 4:30-5:00 p.m.

Plant Pick-Up: This free service is available to make your shopping effortless; just drop off your purchases and volunteers will hold them until you are ready to venture home. We made pick-up easy with a drive-up area to get you on your way quickly. And please don't forget to pick up your plants before you leave for the day! 

Vendor Application

Welcome Letter

Vendor Application & Contract

Evidence of Insurance Request

Release & Waiver of Liability

Operator & Seller Information

Instructions for Operator & Seller Information

Are you a non-profit interested in becoming a vendor?

Contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org.    

Interested in volunteering?

We will be looking for volunteers to help. To sign up, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.    

For More Information

For more information on Garden Fair, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org

Sat 30 May
2015

31st Annual Garden Fair

Saturday, May 30 @ 8 AM - 4 PM

Shop from more than 100 vendors of plants, garden art and other garden supplies, enjoy live music, food, learn tips and tricks from gardening experts and celebrate the season at the most beautiful place in northeast Wisconsin! FREE Children's Activities all weekend long!  Planting... Learn More

Shop from more than 100 vendors of plants, garden art and other garden supplies, enjoy live music, food, learn tips and tricks from gardening experts and celebrate the season at the most beautiful place in northeast Wisconsin!

FREE Children's Activities all weekend long!  Planting project, insect dig and more!

FREE demonstrations and presentations all weekend long including Melinda Meyers!


Garden Fair helps the nonprofit 501(c)(3) Garden to raise funds that support a wide variety of educational and recreational programs connecting plants and people. 

Melinda Meyers is coming to Garden Fair!


ATC Growth Smart presents Melinda Meyers, nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & Birds & Blooms columnist. This is her only stop in Northeast Wisconsin.

Melinda will be the featured presenter on Friday, May 29 from 6-7:00 p.m. on Vegetable Gardening Success and Saturday, May 30 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Building a Beautiful Garden in the Demonstration Tent.


Have a question for Melinda? Ask her on Friday, Saturday or Sunday of Garden Fair.  She will be available for Q&A sessions in ATC’s booth.

Early Member Entry!

Friday, May 29th: Members only early entry from 4-5 pm.  Special Q&A with Melinda Meyers from 4:30-5:00 p.m.

Plant Pick-Up: This free service is available to make your shopping effortless; just drop off your purchases and volunteers will hold them until you are ready to venture home. We made pick-up easy with a drive-up area to get you on your way quickly. And please don't forget to pick up your plants before you leave for the day! 

Vendor Application

Welcome Letter

Vendor Application & Contract

Evidence of Insurance Request

Release & Waiver of Liability

Operator & Seller Information

Instructions for Operator & Seller Information

Are you a non-profit interested in becoming a vendor?

Contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org.    

Interested in volunteering?

We will be looking for volunteers to help. To sign up, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.    

For More Information

For more information on Garden Fair, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org

Sun 31 May
2015

31st Annual Garden Fair

Sunday, May 31 @ 10 AM - 3 PM

Shop from more than 100 vendors of plants, garden art and other garden supplies, enjoy live music, food, learn tips and tricks from gardening experts and celebrate the season at the most beautiful place in northeast Wisconsin! FREE Children's Activities all weekend long!  Planting... Learn More

Shop from more than 100 vendors of plants, garden art and other garden supplies, enjoy live music, food, learn tips and tricks from gardening experts and celebrate the season at the most beautiful place in northeast Wisconsin!

FREE Children's Activities all weekend long!  Planting project, insect dig and more!

FREE demonstrations and presentations all weekend long including Melinda Meyers!


Garden Fair helps the nonprofit 501(c)(3) Garden to raise funds that support a wide variety of educational and recreational programs connecting plants and people. 

Melinda Meyers is coming to Garden Fair!


ATC Growth Smart presents Melinda Meyers, nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & Birds & Blooms columnist. This is her only stop in Northeast Wisconsin.

Melinda will be the featured presenter on Friday, May 29 from 6-7:00 p.m. on Vegetable Gardening Success and Saturday, May 30 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Building a Beautiful Garden in the Demonstration Tent.


Have a question for Melinda? Ask her on Friday, Saturday or Sunday of Garden Fair.  She will be available for Q&A sessions in ATC’s booth.

Early Member Entry!

Friday, May 29th: Members only early entry from 4-5 pm.  Special Q&A with Melinda Meyers from 4:30-5:00 p.m.

Plant Pick-Up: This free service is available to make your shopping effortless; just drop off your purchases and volunteers will hold them until you are ready to venture home. We made pick-up easy with a drive-up area to get you on your way quickly. And please don't forget to pick up your plants before you leave for the day! 

Vendor Application

Welcome Letter

Vendor Application & Contract

Evidence of Insurance Request

Release & Waiver of Liability

Operator & Seller Information

Instructions for Operator & Seller Information

Are you a non-profit interested in becoming a vendor?

Contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org.    

Interested in volunteering?

We will be looking for volunteers to help. To sign up, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.    

For More Information

For more information on Garden Fair, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or ewesener@gbbg.org

Tue 2 Jun
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, June 2 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 3 Jun
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, June 3 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 3 Jun
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, June 3 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Tue 9 Jun
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, June 9 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 10 Jun
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, June 10 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 10 Jun
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, June 10 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Wed 10 Jun
2015

Weed 'n' Feed

Wednesday, June 10 @ 5 PM - 8 PM

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9 5 – 8:00 p.m. Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your... Learn More

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9

5 – 8:00 p.m.

Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your gardening hand tools and work gloves if possible. Please RSVP and visit www.gbbg.org/WeednFeed for more info.

Tue 16 Jun
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, June 16 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Tue 16 Jun
2015

Members-Only Tour: Magnolia Holding Area and Grand Garden Project

Tuesday, June 16 @ 5 PM - 6:30 PM

Tuesday, June 16; 5 - 6:30 p.m. Tour Guide: Mark Konlock, Director of Horticulture Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org... Learn More

Tuesday, June 16; 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Tour Guide: Mark Konlock, Director of Horticulture

Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

 

Wed 17 Jun
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, June 17 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 17 Jun
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, June 17 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Sun 21 Jun
2015

Father's Day at the Garden

Sunday, June 21 @ 9 AM - 8 PM

Sunday, June 21 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Free admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden for fathers.   Learn More

Sunday, June 21

9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Free admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden for fathers.

 

Tue 23 Jun
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, June 23 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 24 Jun
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, June 24 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 24 Jun
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, June 24 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Thu 25 Jun
2015

Kid's Day at the Garden

Thursday, June 25 @ 9 AM - 3 PM

Thursday, June 25 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Admission is FREE for kids ages 17 & under to Green Bay Botanical Garden with paid adult admission and supervision. Learn More

Thursday, June 25

9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Admission is FREE for kids ages 17 & under to Green Bay Botanical Garden with paid adult admission and supervision.

Thu 25 Jun
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, June 25 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Tue 30 Jun
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, June 30 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 1 Jul
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, July 1 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 1 Jul
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, July 1 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Sat 4 Jul
2015

Independence Day at the Garden

Saturday, July 4 @ 9 AM - 8 PM

Saturday, July 4 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Admission is FREE to Green Bay Botanical Garden for all military personnel and veterans. Learn More

Saturday, July 4

9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Admission is FREE to Green Bay Botanical Garden for all military personnel and veterans.

Tue 7 Jul
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, July 7 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 8 Jul
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, July 8 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 8 Jul
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, July 8 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Wed 8 Jul
2015

Weed 'n' Feed

Wednesday, July 8 @ 5 PM - 8 PM

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9 5 – 8:00 p.m. Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your... Learn More

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9

5 – 8:00 p.m.

Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your gardening hand tools and work gloves if possible. Please RSVP and visit www.gbbg.org/WeednFeed for more info.

Thu 9 Jul
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, July 9 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Tue 14 Jul
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, July 14 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 15 Jul
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, July 15 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 15 Jul
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, July 15 @ 3 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Thu 16 Jul
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, July 16 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Tue 21 Jul
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, July 21 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Tue 21 Jul
2015

Members-Only Tour: Rose and Annual Trial Gardens

Tuesday, July 21 @ 5 PM - 6:30 PM

Tuesday, July 21; 5 - 6:30 p.m. Tour Guide: Loretta Dorner, Horticulturist Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org .... Learn More

Tuesday, July 21; 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Tour Guide: Loretta Dorner, Horticulturist

Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

 

Wed 22 Jul
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, July 22 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 22 Jul
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, July 22 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Thu 23 Jul
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, July 23 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Tue 28 Jul
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, July 28 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 29 Jul
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, July 29 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 29 Jul
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, July 29 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Thu 30 Jul
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, July 30 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Tue 4 Aug
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, August 4 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Tue 4 Aug
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, August 4 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 5 Aug
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, August 5 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 5 Aug
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, August 5 @ 3 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Thu 6 Aug
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, August 6 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Tue 11 Aug
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, August 11 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 12 Aug
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, August 12 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 12 Aug
2015

Weed 'n' Feed

Wednesday, August 12 @ 5 PM - 8 PM

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9 5 – 8:00 p.m. Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your... Learn More

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9

5 – 8:00 p.m.

Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your gardening hand tools and work gloves if possible. Please RSVP and visit www.gbbg.org/WeednFeed for more info.

Wed 12 Aug
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, August 12 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Thu 13 Aug
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, August 13 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Sun 16 Aug
2015

Corporate Partner Employee Day

Sunday, August 16 @ 9 AM - 8 PM

Sunday, August 16; 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Spring is a favorite time of year here at the Garden and we're happy to offer all employees of Corporate Partners of the Garden and their immediate family members the opportunity to enjoy FREE admission to the Garden on Corporate Partner Employee Day.... Learn More

Sunday, August 16; 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Spring is a favorite time of year here at the Garden and we're happy to offer all employees of Corporate Partners of the Garden and their immediate family members the opportunity to enjoy FREE admission to the Garden on Corporate Partner Employee Day.

 

Employees of Corporate Partner businesses can enjoy:
•  Free admission to the Garden for the employee and his/her immediate family
•  A $10 discount on the purchase of a new Garden membership
•  A 10% discount in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop

 

For more information, please contact Membership & Volunteer Manager, Anne Basten, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

Tue 18 Aug
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, August 18 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Tue 18 Aug
2015

Members-Only Tour: Conifer Garden Expansion

Tuesday, August 18 @ 5 PM - 6:30 PM

Tuesday, August 18; 5 - 6:30 p.m. Tour Guide: Sarah Pingel, Horticulturist Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org . Learn More

Tuesday, August 18; 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Tour Guide: Sarah Pingel, Horticulturist

Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year! To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

Wed 19 Aug
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, August 19 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 19 Aug
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, August 19 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Thu 20 Aug
2015

Sanimax Concerts at the Garden Series

Thursday, August 20 @ 6 PM - 7:30 PM

Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins. GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda,... Learn More


Enjoy live music in the lovely setting of the Agnes Schneider Terrace. Be sure to bring your chairs and stop by our concessions for food and beverages. Feel free to bring your own picnic basket, but please, no alcoholic carry-ins.

GBBG will be serving:  Wine, beer, soda, Snapple, water, ice cream treats, chips, popcorn and trailmix

Alfa Delights will also be serving a variety of sandwiches, snacks, desserts and more. Menu availalbe soon.

 

 

2015 Concert Series Lineup:

The Cougars on June 25

This high-energy group of talented musicians is fronted by three female leads who bring the heat. Enjoy a mix of pop/80s, cross-over country and above all, lots of fun.

 

Daddy D Productions on July 9

A group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food & good clean humor! Daddy D Productions combines singing, acting and dancing.

 

Copper Box on July 16

Four musicians bring their vocal and instrumental (accordion, keys, cornet, sousaphone, drums, bari saxophone, guitar, bass, washboard and more) talents together to form this eclectic, entertaining band.

 

Greenhouse Jazz on July 23

Musicians from the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra delight with standard jazz, pop & Broadway favorites. 

 

John Kelley & Fusion Express Orchestra on July 30

An eclectic blend of classical, rock, jazz and musical theatre. Classical with an attitude at a high level of musicianship. 

 

Brass Differential on August 6            

Brass Differential brings jazz, blues, funk, R&B, soul and hip hop tunes to life anchored with the sousaphone in a horn-centered band.

 

Patchouli on August 13

This dynamic duo blends elements of folk, pop, flamenco and jazz with world beat rhythms. 

 

Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns on August 20

This nine-piece group has fun with great rhythm and blues classics, funk, soul, and rock & roll featuring a premier horn section.

Interested in Volunteering?

Please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org

Contact Us for More Info

For more information on Sanimax Concerts at the Garden, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Tue 25 Aug
2015

Children's Story Hour in the Garden

Tuesday, August 25 @ 10 AM - 11 AM

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25 Stories begin at 10 a.m.   Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden! Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement... Learn More

Tuesdays, June 2 – August 25

Stories begin at 10 a.m.

 

Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden for nature-themed stories, crafts and activities throughout the summer in the Children's Garden!

Story Hours are free with general admission to the Garden. In case of inclement weather, stories will be read indoors.

Wed 26 Aug
2015

Cookouts at the Garden

Wednesday, August 26 @ 11 AM - 1 PM

The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch.  In case of... Learn More


The Garden is a beautiful place to spend your lunch hour! All are welcome to join us on Wednesdays on the Mabel Thome Patio for summer cookouts. We also invite you to take a walk around the Garden after lunch - admission to the Garden is free with the purchase of lunch. In case of inclement weather, lunch will be served indoors. All proceeds directly benefit Children and Family Programs.

NEW THIS YEAR!  All produce used for cookouts will be grown at the Garden in partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association. After lunch take a stroll through NEW Master Gardeners Association raised beds and garden plots to learn where your produce came from.

Contact Us for More Information

For more information on Wednesday Cookouts, contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org

Wed 26 Aug
2015

Free Wednesday Evenings featuring Children's Discovery Station

Wednesday, August 26 @ 4 PM - 8 PM

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26 Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.... Learn More

Wednesdays, June 3 – August 26

Admission is FREE for all visitors on Wednesday evenings June through August from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring the free Children’s Discovery Station from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.


Children's Discovery Station

Stop by the Children's Garden for free, fun, hands-on activities your family can do at your own pace. Learn more about the word of horticulture and gain an appreciation for plants and nature. Activities are offered from 4-6 pm. In case of inclement weather, activities will be held indoors. 

Wed 9 Sep
2015

Weed 'n' Feed

Wednesday, September 9 @ 5 PM - 8 PM

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9 5 – 8:00 p.m. Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your... Learn More

June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9

5 – 8:00 p.m.

Join us for our popular Weed 'n’ Feed program at Green Bay Botanical Garden! You weed (or complete other garden chores) from 5 – 7:00 p.m. and the Garden provides dinner from 7 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring your gardening hand tools and work gloves if possible. Please RSVP and visit www.gbbg.org/WeednFeed for more info.

Sat 12 Sep
2015

Art Harvest featuring Fall Family Festival at the Garden

Saturday, September 12 @ 9 AM - 4 PM

Saturday, September 12 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Free admission for all! Come celebrate Green Bay Botanical Garden’s 20 th anniversary and view the works of many wonderful artists, shop plant sales and see displays by local garden groups. Also enjoy fun activities for children of all ages.... Learn More

Saturday, September 12

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Free admission for all! Come celebrate Green Bay Botanical Garden’s 20th anniversary and view the works of many wonderful artists, shop plant sales and see displays by local garden groups. Also enjoy fun activities for children of all ages. Visit www.gbbg.org for more info.

Sun 13 Sep
2015

Grandparent's Day at the Garden

Sunday, September 13 @ 9 AM - 5 PM

Sunday, September 13 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Free admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden for all grandparents.   Learn More

Sunday, September 13

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Free admission to Green Bay Botanical Garden for all grandparents.

 

Thu 15 Oct
2015

Members-Only Tour: Bulb Planting

Thursday, October 15 @ 1 PM - 3 PM

Join us during “Bulbilicious” for planting over 50,000 bulbs! Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year!  To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or ... Learn More

Join us during “Bulbilicious” for planting over 50,000 bulbs!

Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year!  To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

 

Mon 9 Nov
2015

Members-Only Tour: Behind the Scenes of WPS Garden of Lights

Monday, November 9 @ 4 PM - 5:30 PM

Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year!  To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or  abasten@gbbg.org . Learn More

Garden members are invited to join us for free informative tours throughout the year!  To register, please contact Anne Basten, Membership & Volunteer Manager, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or abasten@gbbg.org.

Fri 27 Nov
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Friday, November 27 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sat 28 Nov
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Saturday, November 28 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sun 29 Nov
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Sunday, November 29 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Fri 4 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Friday, December 4 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sat 5 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Saturday, December 5 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sun 6 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Sunday, December 6 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Fri 11 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Friday, December 11 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sat 12 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Saturday, December 12 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sun 13 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Sunday, December 13 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Fri 18 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Friday, December 18 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sat 19 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Saturday, December 19 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sun 20 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Sunday, December 20 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sat 26 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Saturday, December 26 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Sun 27 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Sunday, December 27 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Mon 28 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Monday, December 28 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Tue 29 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Tuesday, December 29 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

Wed 30 Dec
2015

19th Annual WPS Garden of Lights

Wednesday, December 30 @ 5 PM - 9 PM

Frequently Asked Questions Featuring: A quarter of a million twinkling lights Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours Food & beverages Live entertainment Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop... Learn More


Featuring:

  • A quarter of a million twinkling lights
  • Walking & horse-drawn wagon tours
  • Food & beverages
  • Live entertainment
  • Model train exhibit set up by the G-Gagers
  • Holiday gifts in the WPS Trellis Gift Shop
  • Photos with Santa Claus by Ambrosius Studio
  • NEW Scene - TBA
CLICK TO VIEW 2014's MAP ONLINE!

WPS Garden of Lights [11 photos]

Things to Know 

  • The purchase of advance tickets is strongly encouraged to save time waiting in line.
  • FREE Shuttles from NWTC Parking Lot G.
  • It takes 30-45 minutes to walk through the show.
  • Dress warmly  and wear comfortable footwear for this outdoor experience!
  • Seasonal food and beverage available for purchase.
  • Check the weather to plan your visit.

Refreshments

A variety of food and beverages are avaible in our Winterberry Café including: homemade soup and/or chili, hot dogs, nachos, cookies, popcorn, candy bars, trail mix, chips, gummi bears, hot chocolate, apple cider, coffee, tea, water, soda, beer, wine and shots such as Peppermint Schnapps or Baileys to compliment a hot beverage. Please bring ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages.

Our Lights Glow Green

WPS provides electricity for all of WPS Garden of Lights using renewable energy through WPS’s NatureWise® Renewable Energy Program. The energy purchased through NatureWise® comes from clean, safe, locally sourced wind and biogas. WPS and GBBG are working together to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, preserve resources for future generations and support local renewable energy resources. The light structures glow almost exclusively using energy-efficient LED lights which not only consume up to 80% less electricity than traditional incandescent lights, but also have a life span of five years or more.

Volunteer at WPS Garden of Lights

This event has attracted over 61,000 attendees and we need your help this holiday season! if you're interested in volunteering, please sign up online, call (920) 491-3691 ext. 105 or email volunteers@gbbg.org.

To sign up online:

1. Follow this link to go to VolunteerSpot: Please check back later.

2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot and your address will NOT be shared) 

3. Sign up! Choose your spots  and VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. It's that easy!

Photography Tips

  • Turn off the flash!
  • Shoot at twilight for better exposures
  • Keep camera steady to avoid blurry pictures
  • Visit earlier in the evening or on Sunday nights to avoid crowds
  • Dress warmly and wear gloves


Contact Us For More Information

For more information on WPS Garden of Lights, please contact our Special Events Manager, Eileen Wesener, at (920) 491-3691 ext. 103 or events@gbbg.org.


Check out this video of our 50' tree being set up!

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