March 2021 CTA Newsletter
The GLCVB hosted the Annual Meeting on Wednesday, March 3 and we appreciate all the CTAs who were able to attend! If you weren’t able to make it, the link here includes the presentation recording, Annual Report and the video that recapped the year in hospitality for our region. https://www.lansing.org/greater-lansing-cvb/annual-meeting/
The past year has been very quiet related to activity on the campus of Michigan State University. However, MSU has announced plans for Commencement and the coming fall semester which include bringing people to East Lansing.
Planning is underway for smaller, in-person Commencement ceremonies April 30-May 2 that are consistent with state and local health department guidelines. Most ceremonies will take place in the parking lots of Breslin Center, Spartan Stadium, Erickson Hall, and the Auditorium.
MSU President Samuel Stanley announced that the university is planning for a more typical fall semester, with 75% of undergraduate classes offered in person. Classes will be offered in multiple scenarios — in person, hybrid and some still online, especially those that would traditionally fill large lecture halls. They will also offer a residence hall experience to first-year students and as many other students as possible while still providing a safe living space.
MSU Athletics is planning for fall events with spectators again, following state requirements and guidelines that will be in place at that time regarding attendance. The Wharton Center and Broad Art Museum are planning events this fall. Community-based activities will be permitted in alignment with local and state requirements and guidelines.
We’re looking forward to seeing activity returning safely to campus!
The Lansing Lugnuts, have released the schedule 2021, beginning with Opening Day on Tuesday, May 4th, at Jackson® Field™ and continuing through the season finale on Sunday, September 19th. The schedule will see the Lugnuts play 20 six-game series stretching from Tuesday through Sunday, totaling 60 home games and 120 games overall in the newly reorganized High-A Central. The Lansing Lugnuts are working with state and local health official to best determine stadium capacity and health regulations moving forward. Click here for the full schedule.
While travel is inching its way forward, the region has great opportunities for staycation fun for those who are looking stay centered here in mid-Michigan. Full details of all the suggestions are listed here.
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The Greater Lansing Visitor Guide is also available in a digital format and has just been updated for 2021! For the most up-to-date information you can browse the digital flip book found here.