The Green Bay Packers are your 2011 Super Bowl winners which means this is going to be a good week for their fans. Many schools let out early to prepare for the Packers Super Bowl celebration at Lambeau Field on Tuesday.
The celebration (not a parade) goes on from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (ET) and the early word is that the team sold 50,000 $5 tickets. The celebration will be broadcast on NFL Network.
If you're taking off work or school and heading to this event, then I call that dedication. Temperatures are expected to be around seven degrees this afternoon and dropping to -4 by this evening. As you can see in the photo below (via Twitter), the field is covered in snow:
Fans have already celebrated some with the team when they returned from Dallas. There were an estimated 35,000 people who came out to welcome the Packers home.
The name of the celebration is "Return To Titletown".