'The Packers HeritageTrail: Through Curly's Eyes,' a musical by Let Me Be Frank Productions, features an additional trolley tour of the Green Bay trail.
For Let Me Be Frank Productions' latest show, "The Packers Heritage Trail: Through Curly's Eyes," the group travels all the way back to the 1932 season of the Green Bay Packers and Curly Lambeau.
Set to popular tunes from the '40s and '50s, the musical begins in the old Hagemeister Park where Curly is declaring to his future wife that he'll conquer the world, and continues along the story of the fund-lacking Packers chasing a title, just trying to stay financially afloat.
In addition to the show, Let Me Be Frank and C&M Marketing are putting together trolley tours of the Packers Heritage Trail hosted by one of the cast members.
For information on a tour of the trail, contact Susan at C&M Marketing at (920) 471-7951.
Tickets for "The Packers Heritage Trail: Through Curly's Eyes," which runs July 19 through Aug. 17 at the Meyer Theatre, 117 S. Washington St., Green Bay, are on sale at www.ticketstaronline.com or by calling (920) 494-3401.
UWGB alumni painting group displays work
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a group of alumni still find time to get together to paint and party.
They call themselves the Royal Order of the Buffalo, and the painting group will exhibit selections of their work at the ARTgarage, 1400 Cedar St., Green Bay, from Tuesday until the end of July.
The free exhibition features a variety of media, from acrylic to oil to knifework and includes landscapes as well as more experimental subjects. A reception for the exhibition is at 6 p.m. July 18.
For more information, email email@example.com or call (920) 448-6800.