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The Greater Lansing area wants you to be healthy and safe while visiting. Our hotels, restaurants and attractions have taken the Greater Lansing Safe Pledge for your health and well being. Please visit our Safe Pledge page for details.

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30+ Valentine Gift Ideas in Greater Lansing

Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Whether you're shopping for your significant other or yourself, we're here to match you with the perfect present! To make your shopping experience even easier, many of these local shops have online shopping, delivery and curbside pickup available. Hover…

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Greater Lansing Safecation Travel Guide

Travel safely and confidently in Greater Lansing, Michigan. Along with our friendly Midwestern hospitality many of our region's hotels, restaurants and attractions have taken the Greater Lansing Safe Pledge to put the health and well being of our visitors at the forefront of all they do. We've…

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Top #LoveLansing Images of 2020

As 2020 comes to a close we thought we'd take a moment to reflect on the year. The #lovelansing community shined throughout 2020 amidst a global pandemic. We saw our member businessescreativity and innovation to keep our visitors safe and healthy. And we watched Greater Lansing come together to show support to our local businesses and to each other. The gallery of images highlighted below showcase our top picks from 2020 and demonstrate that together we are #tourismstrong…

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Cheering On The Spartans Safely & Responsibly

Spartan football is back!. We encourage everyone to embrace that excitement and the return of Big Ten football responsibly. We've outlined relevant information about what you need to know about the upcoming season to keep fans, students, alumni and visitors healthy and safe…

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What to Expect From MSU's Fall 2020

Dear Spartans,   By this time, all of us know about President Stanley’s latest email regarding the fall of 2020. Many of us, myself included, were just moving into our new apartments or had already settled into our living space a few days prior. Due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19, as well as recent university incidents, MSU has declared that classes will be held solely online, with a few exceptions for certain degrees as well as a few performance/experience based courses. …

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