Join us for a fun evening out in downtown Lansing to explore the sites, enjoy delicious food, and network with your industry peers!
Tuesday, July 26, 2022 from 4:30-6:30 pm
Scavenger Hunt Flyer & Map.
Stops on the Scavenger Hunt:
- Midtown Brewing Co - Get your "Social District Cocktail & enjoy a Street Taco on the patio
- Thai Village - Pop in and get a Crab Rangoon and/or Spring Roll
- Social Sloth - Try out some Turkish Lentil Patties with Lettuce
- Sweet Encounter Bakery - fantastic dessert options just for our group all Gluten FREE!
- Lansing Art Gallery and Education Center - check out their new space and work on a fun art project
Be sure to explore beyond the stops noted down Washington Square, or head back to Midtown for another cocktail and networking with friends.
The GLCVB has launched a summer campaign showcasing the many attractions and things to do in the Capital region throughout the summer. The campaign invites residents and visitors to come enjoy everything in their own backyards and by supporting the local tourism industry, we can keep Greater Lansing great! Help us spread the word as the campaign runs all summer and has plenty of giveaways throughout the campaign.Read More
For those visitors looking for a sweet craving, point them toward the MSU Dairy Store. For the month of July, the MSU Dairy Store is highlighting a new flavor, MSU Admissions Sweet Decision Cotton Candy, in an extreme sundae! The sundae features cotton candy ice cream in a waffle bowl topped with an MSU Bakery cupcake, whipped cream, real cotton candy and cotton candy crunch.Learn More
Gerardo Florez stopped in our Visitor Center during his visit to Lansing from Colombia. Gerardo was born at Sparrow Hospital 60 years ago while his father attended Michigan State University following World War II. They lived at the Cherry Hill apartments and returned to Colombia after studies were completed. Gerardo wanted to return to the community in which he was born for his 60th birthday and visit where he came from. He was proud to show that his Colombian drivers license states Lansing, Michigan as his place of birth. It was a pleasure to welcome Gerardo back “home” and we were glad to help him discover more about his first community.
Starting June 3, the City of Lansing now offers two hours of free time on Fridays for on-street metered parking in downtown Lansing and in Old Town. The free parking will continue through September 2. Maximum time limits in parking zones and safety violations will continue to be enforced.Read More
The June “What Am I?” picture was the mural on the side of the Old Town General Store. Congratulations to Meghan Martin, Arts Council of Greater Lansing and Rebekah Cathey, CEDAM for the correct answer!
For July, the second and seventh people to email Anne Lavender at firstname.lastname@example.org will win a prize!