Lansing Makers Network teaches how to make jewelry
May 23 2018
THURSDAY, MAY 24 - Ever wonder how jewelry is made? Lansing Makers Network will host a sold-out workshop on teaching the fundamentals of jewelry making tonight from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m
Allen Farmers Market to host first festival of its outdoor season
May 22 2018
WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 - With the weather warming up and spring showers bringing life back to plants, it is the perfect time time to begin preparing a summer garden. Allen Farmers Market, 1629 E. Kalamazoo...
Capitol Flower Planting Day at the Capitol is underway
May 21 2018
The front walkway towards the Capitol building will be getting extra color this morning. Around 9,000 to 10,000 red, orange and yellow flowers will be planted along the sidewalk that leads to the main...
Nov. 17 2017
Want to see a fun musical show while supporting local artists? Check out the Monte Pride Trio as they have their debut performance.Monte Pride Trio - LIVE at The Robin Theatre. Songs and stories
Nov. 16 2017
What better way to celebrate the coming holiday season than with the Silver Bells in the City Celebration. This annual event features live music from Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers, the lighting
Nov. 15 2017
Ever wonder what's going on with all the new solar technology being produced? Well, here's your chance. Come sit in on a relevant discussion to solar energy. Refreshments provided!Solar Stuff
Nov. 9 2017
Bach, Vivaldi, and Handel. These three long-dead composers come back to life in a choral and instrumental performance by Lansing Symphony, the University Chorale, the MSU Choral Union, and the State S
Nov. 8 2017
Fall Writing Series: Crystal Good. Ever wonder at the natural marvels of Appalachia? Crystal Good, author of Valley Girl, is coming to the RCAH Theatre to talk about writing, marketing, and the aesthe
Nov. 3 2017
As the weather gets colder and colder, it's important to get in some of those long walks with you dog before the snow starts to pile on. The Harris Nature Center is offering a guided night walk throu
Nov. 2 2017
When published award-winning author George Ella Lyon met Diane Gilliam — an equally lauded poet — they became fast friends. Cut to today, and the duo is coming to MSU to chat about why their
Nov. 1 2017
Tensions are brewing in the air, but Idil doesn’t know it yet. Soon, the 1991 Somalian Civil War will begin, but for now, she must stand up for what she believes in. Idil is a young Somali wom
Oct. 31 2017
Happy Halloween! As monsters and ghouls walk the streets, take the time to unleash some of your inner demons at the Robin Theatre. Today, REO Town’s poetry and spoken word hot spot is featurin
Oct. 27 2017
Come to Celebration Cinema in Lansing today with your most creative costume on your furry friend. Prizes will be awarded for the most creative costume and the winner of the first prize will rece
Oct. 26 2017
MARY GAUTHIER AT PUMP HOUSE. The talents of Mary Gauthier will be filling the Pump House on October 26th. Gauthier is an American folk singer-songwriter who was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. A
Oct. 25 2017
Follow filmmaker Jen Senko as she attempts to understand how her father transformed from an open-minded individual to one who harbors many prejudices. Senko posits that his change was influenced
Oct. 24 2017
Ever wondered about the benefits of acupuncture? Before surrendering to a full-body treatment, why not try out ear acupuncture? Depending the points triggered on the ear, the benefits can be one
Oct. 23 2017
Perhaps one of the most-known romance languages, try your hand at speaking French in a group. All skill levels are welcome. Studies show that immersion into a language, even temporarily, can hav
Oct. 20 2017
If you’ve ever been interested in geology, the Central Michigan 52nd Annual Gem, Mineral, Fossil Lapidary & Jewelry Show is the place to visit. At the Ingham County Fairgrounds, interact w
Oct. 18 2017
Presented by MSU Department of Theatre, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” will be performed on the stage this month at the Pasant Theatre at the Wharton Center for Performing...
Oct. 17 2017
If you’re looking to make the early-week blues go away, check out the Wharton Center’s featured production of the Bodyguard which premiers today. The play is based on the film of the same...