Green Bay Packers fans welcomed Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre back into the fold last year when the three-time MVP's name was added to historic Lambeau Field, but apparently they've still got some hatchet-burying to do across the state.

After being feted at Lambeau last July, Favre also held a flag football game in Madison at Camp Randall Stadium. Now he's turning his attention to Milwaukee.

The invitation presumably extends to fans who've had a change of heart after burning Favre's jersey back in 2009, when the Mississippi native signed with the Minnesota Vikings.

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Favre will be honored at an event on Sept. 17 at Miller Park that organizers have dubbed the "Thanks 4 the Memories Dinner," where guests can pay $250 (or, for a table of 10, $2,500 -- sorry no bulk discount) to eat ribs, potatoes and assorted veggies with the Packers great, while taking in a presentation, participating in a Q&A session and even receiving a gift.

Favre played a handful of games with the Packers at County Stadium, including the last football game at the stadium, a 21-17 win over Atlanta with Favre running in for the game-winning touchdown with 14 seconds remaining, further adding to his legendary status in Wisconsin, before it was tarnished with his leaving for the New York Jets then Vikings.

But Favre's redemption tour will continue in 2016, first in Canton, where he'll be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and then back in Wisconsin. No word if Minneapolis will be his next stop. For Wisconsinites, we certainly hope not.