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Author: Lori Lanspeary, CTA

Lori has been an enthusiastic cheerleader for the Lansing area for 15+ years. She still gets excited about all the fun things there are to see and do in her adopted hometown yet hasn't quite figured out how to fit everything she wants to do into a weekend. Favorite things include a fall afternoon tailgating and cheering the Spartans on to victory, a great classic car show like Car Capital in July, a stroll through one of the many beautiful horticulture gardens at MSU and a delicious dinner shared with family and friends at a local eatery. Her goal? Simple. It's to inspire people to love Lansing as much as she does! #LoveLansing

Contact | llanspeary@lansing.org | (517) 377-1423

Entering 2020 means new resolutions and a brand new start to the decade. Michigan's Capital region is on a great trajectory with so many new visitor options like hotels, and restaurants, plus notable anniversaries for some of our favorite #LoveLansing festivals and attractions.

There are all kinds of spirits that help you feel merry and bright during the holidays. Whether you're getting together with family, friends or co-workers, discovering a certain kind of libation in Michigan’s capital region can be both pretty and tasty this time of year.

Sometimes being a grownup is hard. Having to get up, get the kids to school, get yourself to work and then hosting or going to gazillions of parties/meets/school functions for the kids. Endless soccer games, basketball practices, hours waiting for swim practice to be over.  

Don’t you think maybe it’s time for you to have a little fun?

It’s no wonder folks in the Lansing region takes their coffee seriously. They’ve surpassed just dipping their toes in the ever-popular coffee pool. They dove in and achieved aficionado level. With more coffee shops per capita than average, Greater Lansing sure loves its coffee.