GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) -- For the first time, the Packers teamed up with the Brown County Library for 'Family Reading Day" on Sunday.
Family reading day took place inside the Packers Hall of Fame.
Families had a chance to sit and have a book read to them, or kids could color and make their own bookmarks.
People could also go inside the 'Book Mobile,' which was parked outside, and rent a book from the library.
"We're working community events to get families, children -- we're trying to get library card sign-ups. So we're just encouraging people to get involved in reading and libraries," said Robert Ripley, also known as "Book Mobile Bob."
Ripley is in charge of driving the Book Mobile.
Sunday was also the last day of the Hall of Fame's family day series where kids 11 and under got in free.