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The Lansing area is jam-packed with events this weekend, from winter-themed parties and art exhibition openings to camps and workshops for kids and the Ten Pound Fiddle's annual Mid-Winter Singing Festival, plus a whole lot more. Buckle up and prepare for a busy — but hopefully fun-filled — few days. more
Lansing Winterfest, an annual celebration hosted by Downtown Lansing Inc., offers free winter-themed festivities each Saturday in February. The event was created in 2021 to encourage community … more
FRIDAY, Jan. 26 — The Heeler family is packing their bags and hitting the road to perform for children across the country in “Bluey’s Big Play: The Stage Show,” coming to the Wharton Center May 28 and 29. more
If the winter weather has you feeling down, don’t fret — the Lansing area brings the laughs this weekend with two comedy shows, plus a euchre tournament, a used book sale, two theater productions, a gardening class and plenty of live music. more
From its beginnings as a small children’s theater company to producing sold-out musicals, Evolve Theatrics has outgrown venue after venue over the past two decades. But it’s had its share of tragedy, too. In the past five years alone, it’s weathered two major shifts: a global pandemic and the suicide of co-founder Dan Southwell in 2021. more
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma loves to call it a “garage band.” Some garage. Hey, isn’t that a 1734 Stradivarius violin between the rusty can of paint and the Big Wheels? more
Curtis Chin’s delightful memoir, “Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant,” is as tasty as one of the 10 million eggrolls his family turned out in their multigenerational restaurant that thrived for more than six decades in Detroit. It has garnered quite the buzz nationwide, and more locally, it was named a 2024 Michigan Notable Book. more
“Chicago” is a Jazz Age-inspired musical that has won six Tony Awards and a Grammy and features sizzling dancing, witty repartee and beloved songs like “All That Jazz” and “Razzle Dazzle.” more
    Alive Theatre, a new Lansing theater group, will stage its first show, “These Shining Lives,” Friday and Saturday (Jan. 26 and 27) and Feb. 2 and 3 at Grace Bible … more
    The Lansing Art Gallery is hosting an opening reception 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 25) for its newest exhibition, “Space Between,” by Gerald Collins. The event … more
Art Interactive, a nonprofit founded by local artists, will celebrate this month’s full moon, known as the wolf moon, 4 to 11 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 25) at the Fledge. The event is free and open … more
Four Lansing Symphony Orchestra musicians — violinist Michael Bechtel, cellist Myeonggyun Charles Noh, clarinetist Guy Yehuda and percussionist Ben Mapes — will … more
A universe was born on the day Bath artist Robert Park found a ball-toss carnival game panel in the trash at a local school. more
Those who are looking for quality folk and folk-adjacent music in the Lansing area don’t have to venture far, thanks to the Ten Pound Fiddle, which has been hosting shows featuring local, national and even international artists for 49 years. more
It’s rare for an instrumental piece of music to live up to the “program” imposed upon it by its creator. more
The Michigan State University College of Music will pay tribute to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at its 14th annual “Happy Birthday, Mozart!” concert 7:30 p.m. Monday (Jan. 22) at the Fairchild … more
Lansing theater group Evolve Theatrics will stage the long-running Broadway musical “Chicago” Friday (Jan. 19) through Sunday (Jan. 21) and Jan. 26 and 27 at the First Christian Church of … more
Martin Luther King Jr. Day, observed annually on the third Monday of January, celebrates the birth of the legendary Baptist minister and nonviolent leader of the civil rights movement. This year, the holiday takes place on King’s actual birthday, Jan. 15, but celebrations in the Lansing area aren’t contained to just one day. more
This weekend, the Lansing area comes alive after the holiday break with three new art exhibitions, an abundance of concerts, the return of the Travelogue series, a comedy show, a Wild Game Dinner and … more
To experience the Michigan State University College of Music’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemorative concert is to be swept into a swirling celebration that’s been going on for more than 300 years and shows no sign of letting up. more
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