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3121 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, MI, US, 48912

  • Phone: (517) 351-1440
  • Fax: (517) 351-6220
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»Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lansing

Though the origins of this church are in 1847, the present structure was built in 1971. Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lansing is a welcoming place for those looking for spiritual answers. It is also musically inclined and has partnered with Ten Pound Fiddle to host concerts in their hall. The shows are mostly folks and roots music. Besides these, they also host Christian concerts. Visit them on Sundays to enjoy their worship sessions.

855 Grove Street
East Lansing, MI 48823

»Creole Gallery

This eclectic art house features exhibits and live performance pieces throughout the month. The gallery regularly hosts emerging artists with cutting-edge art. The space can also be rented out for private events. 

1218 Turner Street
Lansing, MI 48906

»Cenrtral United Methodist Church

Cenrtral United Methodist Church is a historical church located in Lansing, Michigan. Built in the year 1889, by the architect who designed the capital state, this structure is made up of red sandstone and oak gracing the frames. One can find the medieval European designs of semi-circular arches carved out beautifully in this place. There are various services offered at this church with a huge central hall, a library and a small nursery for kids.

215 North Capital Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933

» Cooley Temple Conference Center

This affordable conference center is located at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. A gorgeous 1920's Masonic temple, this venue is the perfect backdrop for any occasion. 

217 South Capitol Avenue
Lansing, MI 48933

»Lansing

Enjoying several sobriquets such as Capital City, L-Town and The Heart of Michigan, Lansing was originally discovered in 1790 by the maverick explorer, Hugh Henward. Since then it has come a long way and now boasts a cultural pulse like no other city. Visit sometime!

Lansing
Lansing, MI 48933

»Michigan State University (MSU)

Michigan State University (MSU) is among the coveted research universities in the globe. Founded in 1855, it was initially called the Agricultural College of the State of Michigan and went through a series of title changes till 1964 when its current name was proposed. It was the first to have courses on telecommunication, hospitality, supply chain management and packaging. Its massive campus is nestled on river banks of Red Cedar and is spread across 5200 acres (2104.37 hectares) of which only less than a half are developed. It comprises of 538 building which includes academic blocks, agriculture buildings and hostels. The North Campus is the oldest part of the university and contains historic structures such as Cowles House, Beaumont Tower, W. J. Beal Botanical Garden and the MSU Museum. While the South Campus has the Wharton Center for Performing Arts, MSU Horticulture Gardens, the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory and Spartan Stadium. The university is also home to the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum and Abrams Planetarium. Their athletic team is known as the Spartans and are among the leading sports team in the country.

220 Trowbridge Road
East Lansing, MI 48824

»Lansing Waverly High School

Regarded as one of the finest educational institutions of the region, the Lansing Waverly High School is a premier institute that imparts quality education to students of the higher grades. The school not just focuses on curricular education but also on an overall personality development of its students. It is for this reason that the school hosts cultural shows and sporting events in its premises. The school believes in nurturing upcoming talent, and setting a platform for the same during its annual festival. Call ahead to know more.

160 Snow Road
Lansing, MI 48917

»St. Katherine's Chapel

St. Katherine's Chapel in Williamston, Michigan is a historic structure, it is a Michigan State Historic Site and also on the list of National Register of Historic Places. Built by John Harris Forster in 1887 in memory of his deceased daughter and then donated to the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, the church is a classic example of Carpenter Gothic architecture. One can also see a cemetery on the 9 acre (3.6 hectare) property.

4650 North Meridian Road
Williamston, MI 48895

»Mason

Named after Michigan's first governor Stevens Mason, the city of Mason was incorporated in 1875. Some points of interest include the gorgeous Mason Area Historical Museum, the local skate park, an antiques district called Cobblestone Village and the Ingham Courthouse. Cultural festivals and community celebrations are a way of life for the people of Mason.

Mason
Mason, MI 48854

»Owosso

Part of the Shiawassee County in Michigan, the city of Owosso was named after the hardy chief Wasso from the Ojibwa tribe. The city today is replete with art institutes, castles, speedways, museums, amphitheaters and public libraries, as well as a regular celebration of events.

Owosso
Owosso, MI 48867

»Portland First Congregational Church

Established in 1853, First Congregational Church is one of the oldest places of worship in the city. It stands stern as one of the most significant church sites in the Portland city of the U.S. State of Michigan. The regal church building was constructed in the Greek Revival style of architecture. The church is actively involved in engaging with the community through its ministries and outreach programs. The church site has also been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

421 East Bridge Street
Portland, MI 48875
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