GREEN BAY - There was plenty of leaping going on over at the Lambeau Field atrium Saturday.
It's all part of the Packers 10th annual "Project Leap."
The free event featured plenty of things for kids and families to do.
Children jumped around on inflatables and trampolines, and scampered up a climbing wall.
A break dancing group on roller skates provided more entertainment.
Organizers said the event is a great way to get kids up and moving.
"I think kids are so used to sitting on the couch and doing things that don't require so much physical activity and obviously we need to keep our kids healthy and active and you know this is a great event to get them to do that," said Packeres Community Outreach Coordinator Jessica Micke.
Organizers said more than 4,000 people showed up to the event.
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