East Lansing Michigan Events
Lansing is the festival capital of Michigan, with more than 60 events taking place in the city throughout the year. Judging by the long list of holidays, the holiday calendar is as full as you want it to be.
The zoo also hosts a variety of activities throughout the city, including the annual Michigan Performing Arts Festival and the Michigan State Fair. This family-friendly event includes live music, children's activities, food trucks and more than 100 dealers.
Since its inception in 1987, the Rotary Club of East Lansing has used the proceeds of this event to provide scholarships to support graduates of East Lansing High School. Last spring, scholarships totaling $7,500 were awarded to students and their families tied to the high school in East Michigan.
Indianapolis connects Canada with the United States via Indianapolis International Airport in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Indianapolis connects Indianapolis with Canada by a direct flight from the United States to Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Amtrak offers daily service to East Lansing, and Greyhound offers intercity train and bus service from its depot, which is within walking distance of the University of Michigan campus, with public transportation also available. Several other colleges are located near Lansing, including Thomas M. Cooley Law School, which has some of the largest law schools in the United States.
The Lansing Community College sculpture trail features more than 600 artworks, just steps from the Capitol. Edythe offers temporary exhibitions of contemporary art in its ivy-clad building, as well as a variety of events and events for students and lecturers.
Just north of downtown is the Lansing Community College campus, where students and year-round residents can live, work and study. There are also more than 16 miles of asphalt paths for running and cycling enthusiasts that wind through the city's parks, trails and recreation areas, as well as Lansing State University campus.
If you want to join a private club, visit the Lansing Country Club, founded in 1908. East Lansing also has plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, including hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. The community is home to Michigan State University and we have facilities at Lake Lansing where sailing regattas are held during the summer months. Head north to the Lansing Community College campus, located north of downtown and south of downtown Lansing.
Visit the Michigan Supreme Court courtroom and enjoy the best views of the state Capitol. Walk through the streets of East Lansing on your way to the University of Michigan or Lansing State University campus, then head north into Michigan State.
Cantabile performs at 5 p.m. and the MSU Youth Chorale at 7: 30 p.m., phone 517-355-7661 for more information. This fun and varied evening will be held at the East Lansing Community Center, tickets are available at 5 17 - 372 - 4636 or www.lansingart.com. Rotary Club of East Michigan meets at 6: 45 a.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 515 E. Michigan Ave.
Lansing has two city commissions, the East Lansing Public Works Commission and the City Commission. The members of the Commission are appointed by the City Council and advised by city staff and have the right to chair a Council meeting in the absence of the Mayor.
There are over 30 musical performances to choose from at 10 locations in Lansing, including the Main Stage, Turnaround Lounge and East Lansing Music Hall. For $5, you can gather in the turnaround lounge to watch for free and enjoy a prime location while watching the main stage. The Moonlight Film Festival (56) offers free movies at 10 different movie theaters in the city of Lansing on Saturday and Sunday, July 2 and 3.
The festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, July 2 and 3, at East Lansing Music Hall. The Summer Concert Series (55) features live music from the region on Friday and Saturday in Downtown East Michigan, featuring local musicians, local food trucks, live music from local bands and more on the main stage.
Trowbridge is crisscrossed by Chicago-bound Chicago International Airport and the Michigan border, as well as the Michigan State University campus.
Downtown is centrally located on Grand River Avenue and Michigan Avenue, a wide tree-lined boulevard that evolved from a 19th-century highway that connected Lansing to Detroit. The Lansing River Trail starts on the campus of Michigan State University and extends west into downtown Lansing. Northern Animal Trail # 23 is a 2.5 mile joint hiking trail that connects parts of the northern half of the city. It follows the Grand, Red and Cedar rivers and serves as a link between the city of Lansing and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Detroit - Lansing International Airport.