5 things to do this weekend: July 26-28, 2019

The Santa Maria will sail into Green Bay for the Tall Ships Festival this summer. (Photo courtesy of PMI Entertainment){ }

1. Tall Ships Festival

All nine Tall Ships return to Green Bay this weekend! The 3-day event features on-board ship tours, sailing excursions, music, entertainment and a maritime marketplace.

The event will run from Friday July 26th to Sunday the 28th, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. For more information, head to the Tall Ships Wisconsin website.

2. Badger State Block Party

This Saturday, July 27th from noon-9 p.m. you can enjoy an all-day outdoor festival at Badger State Brewing in Green Bay!

Festivities include craft beer, food trucks, music, hatchet throwing and even a mobile escape room! And new this year- Badger State has created an exclusive beer that will only be available during the Block Party! It's a Tropical Shandy brewed with lemon, pineapple, lime and passion fruit juices.

This event is 21+ unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. For more information, head to Badger State Brewing's website.

3. Bay Beach Lego Event

The Lego building event returns to Bay Beach in Green bay this weekend! View Lego displays including working amusement park rides from local Lego artists and Kenosha Lego Users Group.

Kids can also participate in Lego building contests and win prizes! The event runs Saturday, July 27th and Sunday, July 28th, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is 50 cents. For more information about the contests, click here.

4. EAA Airventure underway in Oshkosh

The World's Greatest Aviation Celebration continues in Oshkosh this week! From July 22nd-28th, watch as the sky is filled with displays of world-class aerobatics. There will also be aircraft from all eras of flight, hands-on workshops, historic evening programs, two night air shows and more.

For more information, head to the EAA website.

5. Art at the Park

Art in the Park continues in City Park downtown Appleton this Sunday, July 28th. The free summer tradition will celebrate the talents of nearly 200 participating artists from and throughout the country, showing and selling paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, jewelry and more. There will also be musical entertainment, local food vendors and children's art activities.

Admission is free, Fore more information, click here.