Community Events
Lansing Pagan Pride Day
MMPC
Lansing Pagan Pride Day is a family-friendly celebration of community and interconnection. The event will include information booths, food, workshops, children’s activities, music, vendors and more; all based around building connections and respect for all walks of life. Entry to the event is free. We are collecting items appropriate for children’s Halloween costumes which will be donated to children in need this fall. Lansing Pagan Pride is a non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of prejudice and religious discrimination through education, activism, charity and community.
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Saturday,
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LOCATION:

Valhalla Park
4000 Keller Road, Holt

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Capital Area Down Syndrome Association
Purchase a ticket and join us for breakfast! $7 per person. (ticket includes all you can eat pancakes, choice of beverage pop, coffee or orange juice, and 2 pieces of bacon per customer limit) Thank you for your support! Funds raised will go to help CADSA provide scholarships, programs, education, advocacy, and outreach to individuals with Down syndrome and their families in our Mid-Michigan Community!
DATE:
Saturday, 9/23/2017
8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
LOCATION:

Applebee's
2284 Woodlake Dr., Okemos

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Step Up for Down Syndrome Fundraiser Breakfast
517-333-6655
Haslett Community Church
Especially for anyone interested in learning how to plan, finance, and establish a solar energy system for their home or house of worship. Haslett Community Church 'went solar' in June 2017 and has already seen significant savings in its electrical costs. You can too--learn how from the volunteers and experts who did it! Bring your friends and family. No charge. Refreshments served.
DATE:
Sunday, 9/24/2017
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
LOCATION:

Haslett Community Church
1427 Haslett Road, Haslett, MI

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Haslett Community Church
517-339-8383 M-F AM
Lansing Symphony Orchestra
Join the Lansing Symphony alongside the Capital Area District Library, presenting “Lansing Symphony Family Series at the Library,” an interactive series that connects families and young children with music and literature. This series includes four free children’s concerts, each including an LSO performance followed by an activity that incorporates the performance. Have you ever wondered about the trumpet? Learn about this brass instrument and all that it has to offer by LSO Principal Trumpet, Richard Illman. Used for classical, jazz and pop repertoire, the versatility of the trumpet makes it a favorite among listeners. Free Admission
DATE:
Sunday, 9/24/2017
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
LOCATION:

Downtown Capital Area District Library
401 S. Capitol Ave., Lansing

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