Green Bay hosts the largest fireworks show north of Milwaukee, plus a water-ski show, carnival rides and music and family entertainment on five stages plus the Neville Public Museum. It's in Leicht Memorial Park.
Nine schooners and brigs will arrive at Leicht Memorial Park on Thursday, part of the Tall Ships Challenge.
From Friday to Sunday, a festival includes on-board tours, day sail excursions, maritime entertainment, kids' activities, music, world's largest rubber duck and, on Friday, fireworks.
The ships will leave Monday morning. They include the Picton Castle, the Pride of Baltimore II, the U.S. Brig Niagara and the 15th-century replica Santa Maria from Spain.
Artists, performers and craft and food stands fill streets downtown near the Fox River.
At Heritage Hill Historical Park, meet Snow White, Rapunzel and Rumpelstiltskin, hear stories, make crafts and play games.
At this large complex of frontier buildings, listen to choirs, make orange pomanders, learn 19th-century dances, visit with St. Nick and go on a horse-drawn wagon ride.