When there’s still a lot of sunlight after dinner and we’re in the midst of beautiful weather, who else besides me looks forward to relaxing and spending a couple of hours outside, just chilling and listening to some music?
The Greater Lansing Blog
Author: Lori Lanspeary
Lori has been an enthusiastic cheerleader for the Lansing area for over 10 years now. She still gets excited about all the fun things there are to see and do in the region yet can't believe that there's only 48 hours in a weekend. Besides cheering on the Spartans in sports, she loves a great classic car show, a beautiful botanical garden and a nice chilled glass of wine.
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June 1, 2017 by Lori Lanspeary
With a slight chance of rain later in the day on Saturday, it looks like the forecast for Be A Tourist In Your Own Town this year is a good one. But it’s always a prudent idea to make provisions just in case the rain starts to fall.
Be A Tourist in Your Own Town is fast approaching on Saturday, June 3rd. With over 90 places available to visit, this day is bound to be a winner. Not only can you have a fun and exciting and inexpensive day, you can also qualify to win some valuable prizes just by attending the event.
May 11, 2017 by Lori Lanspeary
There is a group of like-minded attractions that are open during Be A Tourist in Your Own Town this year that I think that folks will enjoy whether they’re eight or eighty years old. For sure, you could follow the crowds and hit up favorites like Impression 5 Science Center or Potter Park Zoo, but here’s a suggestion for something just a bit different and some of these things you just can’t do every day.
*Photo credit: Kyle Castle
Let me start by assuring you that a visit to the Nuthouse and the cries of "Go Nuts!" are all referring to Lansing's minor league team and a sports bar located nearby.
Great fish is not just for Fridays.
No matter whether its Lenten season or not, the following Lansing area restaurants have great fish dinners. Find perch, cod or haddock – all fried up and served with chips (French fries) or go heart-healthy with some salmon, trout, mackerel or tuna, or try some delicious sushi.
If chocolate gives a more intense mental high and gets your heart pounding more than kissing does, would you choose chocolate over kissing? Well, that's some sweet food for thought, isn't it? On your next trip to Lansing, indulge your sweet tooth. Here are some suggestions on where you can discover all kinds of delicious confections, cakes, cookies and sweets sure to satisfy each sugary craving you may have.
Valentine's dates are traditionally spent with the one you love no matter whether it’s your spouse, significant other or best friend. This is the perfect occasion to celebrate all of the love you enjoy together. Here are a few Greater Lansing restaurants that make a good dining experience even more special. Great menus, intimate surroundings and unique touches make all the difference.
January 10, 2017 by Lori Lanspeary
Want to know what to do and see when you visit Greater Lansing? Need a great overview map of the area, a handy list of upcoming major festivals and events and 150 things to see and do? Find all the answers in our 2017 Greater Lansing Official Visitor Guide. With 80 pages of hotels, restaurants, attractions and an assortment of insider picks, we’re sure you’ll find just what you’re looking for.