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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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...
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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...
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Oct. 14 2017
Enjoy a day taking in the sights and smells of Fall. Fenner Nature Center’s Apple Butter Festival will allow visitors to take in nature and the colors, sights, and sounds that a Michigan...
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Oct. 13 2017
Take a cruise down the river and enjoy the towering trees surrounding it that represent Michigan in the Fall with the Color Cruise and Island Festival. Visitors will enjoy the historic 60-foot sandsto
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Oct. 12 2017
The Michigan Great Lakes International Draft Horse Show and Pull is one of a kind, especially because it is the largest annual draft horse and mule competition in North America. Stop by to see world-r
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Oct. 11 2017
Making a good estate plan is no simple business. It’s tricky to know the ins and outs of one’s finances, let alone how all of one’s assets are titles and who one’s beneficiaries...
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Oct. 10 2017
Headed over to the library today? Why not stop by for a bit of magic too! Magician Richard Triemer will perform at the Capital Area District Libraries Aurelius branch. This m
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Oct. 9 2017
Begin your week with some music with the Capitol Quartet. The four-piece group is made up of Christopher Creviston on soprano saxhophone, Joseph Lulloff on alto saxophone, David Stambler on tenor saxo
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Oct. 8 2017
Annual Michigan International Alpaca Fest at Summit Sports Complex. Fun fact: did you know there are almost 9,000 alpacas in the state of Michigan? If not, maybe it’s time to check out what al
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Oct. 7 2017
Harvest Moon Tales Around the Campfire at Harris nature Center. A roaring fire … a full moon … roasting marshmallows--these are the sights and smells you will be gifted with at the Harris...
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Oct. 5 2017
Ever been curious what your dog, cat, fish or bird would look like immortalized on canvas? Now you can find out, and learn if you don’t know how. Reach Studio Art Center is offering an inclusi
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Oct. 4 2017
If you’ve been looking for a reading group, the Okemos branch of the Capital Area District Libraries is hosting a Friends Book Group. The group’s upcoming read is “The Swans of Fifth...
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Oct. 4 2017
Halloween is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate than by creating some art? Children ages 8 to 12 can drop in any time between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. to get involved in creating
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Oct. 3 2017
A great way to break up the week early is to attend a concert, and attending one of a virtuoso is a great way to start. Robert Simonds has both been a soloist and a chamber and orchestral musici