Campfire Fridays are everything we want and s’more!

By Aubrey Drohner, Mackenzie Morey, & Meghan Finger


As the year continues, we inch closer to warmer weather here in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Titletown, a community development just west of Lambeau Field, will continue what is known as their Campfire Fridays, a fun-filled experience for family and friends to gather around a campfire.

Campfire Fridays first started in 2018 and have continued to be a popular event for families and other members of the Green Bay community today.

Guests enjoy previous Campfire Fridays. Photo courtesy of Mallory Steinberg.

Mallory Steinberg, the Programs and Marketing Manager at Titletown has been with the team for almost three years. “We have a great fire pit that’s part of our skating rink,” says Steinberg

Titletown programs and events are structured in seasons, including summer, winter, jubilee, and football. In addition to the primary event seasons, there are “shoulder seasons,” which are the “less busy” seasons, describes Steinberg. These occur in the spring and fall. Titletown thrives during the summer season. “It’s great. We’re an outdoor space. We can use all of the different pockets and corners throughout the development to bring people outside through programming.” The winter season hosts mostly ice skating and tubing events. In the “shoulder seasons,” spring and fall, the weather is changing and unpredictable. Campfire Friday’s is the perfect solution to this unpredictability–offering an outdoor event while providing the warmth of a campfire in a unique space.

Randy Peterson performs at Campfire Fridays. Photo courtesy of Mallory Steinberg.

As part of Campfire Fridays, live entertainment is ready for families to enjoy. Guests are more than welcomed to sit back and relax while various types of performers put on a show. A favorite performance of many is children’s entertainer Randy Peterson. “What we’ve found success with and what Randy is a perfect example of he plays all of the sing-along children-friendly songs,” explains Mallory Steinberg, “Randy is great at engaging with kids and families.” Other acts perform as well.

There is no fee or registration for Campfire Fridays, and there is plenty of space available for social distancing. Masks are strongly encouraged to be worn throughout the premise. Food and beverages are available for purchase. Delicious s’mores kits are also available to enjoy a yummy treat.

Campfire Fridays will continue until May 21, so there is still plenty of time to come and enjoy a night away. For more information about Campfire Fridays, visit the Titletown website.

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