Greater Lansing Cultural Clubs

Lansing Liederkranz 

The Liederkranz is a German social club and is Michigan’s oldest ethic club established in 1868. (And certainly one of the nation's oldest continuously operating clubs). Approximately 22% of Michiganders claim German heritage (17% nationwide).
Who wouldn't enjoy some good German food, beer, a great polka and gemütlichkeit (friendly good cheer)?

The Lansing Liederkranz continues, 156 years strong with both membership and public events where everyone of all ages and ethnicities are welcome like at the monthly dinner/dances, annual salad luncheon, rummage sales and craft and bake sales. There is also event space available for private parties with seating for up to 200, a kitchen, fully stocked bar and a great dance floor with a stage for bands or DJs.

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5828 S Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing MI
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Polish Federated Home Lansing

This is a community place to learn and share about the Polish Culture. This group sponsors cultural events, Polish language classes and an annual Pierogie sale.

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1030 W Mount Hope Ave, Lansing, MI
(517) 374-0419

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

Find many parish organizations, including a Sunday School and Greek School (for children and adults), a ladies aid society (Philoptochos) and a men’s service group (AHEPA). Home to the Big Fat Greek Gyro Drive-Thru fundraiser each May.

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1701 East Saginaw St., Lansing, MI
(517) 482-7341
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MSU International Center

The Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS) provides support to Michigan State University’s international students, scholars and families. Student support services include:

  • Advising on and facilitating compliance with U.S. immigration regulations.
  • Conducting orientations and other special programming that help international students and scholars integrate into and adjust to the academic, cultural and social life of MSU.
  • Serving as a liaison with U.S. government agencies, foreign embassies, sponsors and educational foundations that support international students and scholars.
  • Contributing to the internationalization of MSU by providing opportunities for growth through cross-cultural interactions.

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Most OISS services are available online. Schedule an appointment with an OISS advisor.

Cristo Rey Church

The annual Cristo Rey Fiesta occurs every Memorial Day weekend. Cultural food, dance, a market, raffle and so much more!

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201 W. Miller Rd., Lansing, MI
(517) 394-4639
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Casa De Rosado

Casa de Rosado is a gallery and cultural center showcasing and preserving Michigan’s Chicanx, Indigenx and Latinx culture! Casa de Rosado creates cultural and artistic community centered programs and initiatives that foster discussions that lead to community action and the preservation and development of the finest practices in the arts and crafts of our Chicanx, Indigenx and Latinx culture and heritage in Michigan.

Opening in 2017, Casa de Rosado started as a social justice platform primarily focused on the Chicanx, Latinx, Indigena and LGBTQIA and other marginalized people in the greater Lansing community by hosting curated exhibits and addressing community issues that invigorate discussion and action.

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204 E. Mt. Hope Ave., Lansing, MI
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The Italian-American Club of Lansing

The Italian-American Club of Lansing was founded in 1935, by a group of Italians who were very grateful to their adopted country for the opportunities given them and fiercely proud of their heritage.

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