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Category - Things To Do
November 3, 2017 by Matt Vande Bunte
Aghhh! It’s already November and the shopping days ‘til Christmas are counting down, your holiday
You can take your kids to see Santa Claus any number of places this holiday season. But there’s only one train ride through the woods, past reindeer and along a river to Santa’s cabin at the “North Pole.”
November 1, 2017 by Nate Reens
Go ahead and wax poetic about the return of fall's color explosion, the cooler jeans-and-a-sweatshirt weather and the coming holiday spirit.
The pumpkins are carved, the orange twinkle lights are out and the race to get the biggest sugar rush is imminent. So before the big day comes around, how about finding even more Halloween fun? If you’re on the hunt for some spook-tacular events, the Lansing area has plenty of tricks and treats to keep adults, children and families entertained.
Despite always saying that the only colors worth a dang around here are the Michigan State University colors of green and white, Greater Lansing has some pretty stunning foliage displays when Fall rolls around. While most folks will be sitting and driving in their car, we’re going to suggest that you get out and enjoy the beauty up close and personal. Here are suggestions for the best places to see those gorgeous reds, glorious oranges and vibrant yellows.
August 17, 2017 by Nate Reens
Planning a night out in Greater Lansing can be a real headache. Not because there’s nothing fun to choose from but because there is so much to do that it's hard to narrow down the list.
August 8, 2017 by Nate Reens
There's nothing like a day spent outdoors… and on two wheels. If you enjoy getting out on a bike, whether it's leisurely cruising on the waterfront or tearing up trails in the woods, the Greater Lansing region has options that can satisfy riders of all ages and skill levels.
If you are looking for a great way to spend an enjoyable – and very affordable – afternoon in a family friendly environment, look no further than the Potter Park Zoo. Michigan's first and oldest zoo, this Lansing area landmark has provided visitors with the opportunity to see a wide variety of animals from around the world for more than a century.
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