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12 to 6 p.m.
1300 Eureka, Lansing
SATURDAY, Feb. 2 — The Fledge will be bustling with 17 local vendors, a cakewalk, belly dancers and more for Lovefest.
“We wanted to do something around Valentine’s Day, but not make it too cheesy. It’s more of a bringing the community together, family friendly event,” founder Bridget Doyle said.
Admission is an article of warm clothing, non-perishable food item or $5. The warm clothing will go toward ‘Lansing’s Happiest Homeless Person’ Chris Pruett while the food items will go toward combating hunger locally. Monetary donations will be reinvested into ARTspace to sustain proactive art programs in the community.
For kids, there will be DIY art-making and crafting stations in The lower level.