GREEN BAY (NBC 26) — Saturday afternoon Titletown hosted “Go Green”, a family-friendly event aimed to celebrate Earth Day, Arbor Day, and May Day.
NBC 26’s very own Chief Meteorologist Cameron Moreland was also at the environmentally focused event with his very own interactive exhibit.
“Of course we’ve got the green screen. Anybody can come down and try doing the weather in front of the green screen. I’m also answering people’s questions about the weather, climate, anything like that. It’s good to be out and about again. I’ve been at home doing the weather for a year now. I have not been in the studio doing anything for over a year, so it’s great being out in the community and talking to people,” Moreland said.
Children and families also had the opportunity to ask questions to Moreland and learn a little more about the weather.
The event also consisted of eco-friendly art, games for children and local experts to learn about how to continue to keep the environment green.
As part of the event, people also had the chance to properly recycle electronic devices and safely shred papers and other important documents.