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Christmas Time In The City – Lansing Holiday Events 2017

November 3rd, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Lansing Holiday Events 2017Planning on being in the Lansing area around the holidays and hoping for some fun, festive events to celebrate the season? Great idea! The Lansing holiday events schedule will keep you busy from Halloween through to New Year’s Eve!

It may feel like we’re rushing things but take a look at your calendar and see: the holidays are almost upon us. Michigan’s Capital City region really sparkles with all of the end of the year celebrations. In fact, there is so much going on it is impractical to list anything but the highlights.

Lansing Holiday Events 2017
Silver Bells in the City – November 17th
Silver Bells in the City is probably the biggest and most popular of the annual Lansing holiday events. The city is lit with thousands of merry, sparkling lights and decorations for the season. Events include the Electric Light Parade, Silver Bells Village, the lighting of the State Christmas Tree, live entertainment, and fireworks over the Capitol dome.

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2015 Lansing Winter Holiday Events

November 13th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

2015 Lansing Winter Holiday Events Planning a Lansing winter getaway and wondering what to do? Look no further – there’s no end of festive things to do! As the song says, it’s the most wonderful time of the year!

End of the year holidays tend to bring out the best in a city. While summer may be more popular, winter sees us creating our own wonderlands of fun things to do and beautiful things to see – both things that the Lansing, Michigan area excels at!

A Lansing winter holiday promises a chance to enjoy parades, live music, tree lightings, arts and crafts, a forest of uniquely decorated Christmas trees, zoo animals (no, really), roasted chestnuts, fireworks, carriage rides, a visit to Christmas past, and much more!

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Potter Park Zoo’s Wine and Stein 2015

April 18th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Wine and Stein 2015

Potter Park Zoo’s annual start-of-summer celebration – Wine and Stein 2015, Thursday, May 21st – is a great way to sample wine, craft beer, food, and live music in a casual and friendly zoo setting.

No, really.

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Walk the Lansing River Trail

April 30th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

The Lansing River Trail at Potter Park

The Lansing River Trail at Potter Park

Discover the natural beauty of the Lansing River Trail in the urban setting of downtown Lansing, MI.

The Lansing River Trail is a multi-use trail that runs along the winding river banks of both the Grand and the Red Cedar Rivers between Michigan State University and Dietrich Park in northern Lansing. The trail is nearly 13 miles long and intended for non-motorized use, so it’s a quiet and safe way to enjoy a truly scenic part of the city.

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The 6th Annual Wine and Stein at Potter Park Zoo

April 17th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Potter Park Zoo's 6th Annual Wine and SteinPotter Park Zoo in Lansing is always hosting events you don’t necessarily associate with zoos and next month is no exception as they present the 6th annual Wine and Stein.

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Potter Park Zoo’s Wonderland of Lights

December 9th, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Potter Park Zoo’s Wonderland of LightsEvery holiday season, the Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, MI transforms itself into a magical Wonderland of Lights. Using thousands of shimmering, multi-colored bulbs to create an extraordinary winter fantasy of holiday displays and animal exhibits.

Always a popular attraction for families, this year Potter Park Zoo partnered up with McLaren Greater Lansing to help make this year’s display, the 21st annual Wonderland of Lights, bigger and better than ever before.

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