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3121 E. Grand River Ave.
Lansing, MI 48912
Phone: (517) 351-1440
Fax: (517) 351-6220
A semi-professional, non-profit ballet company, the Greater Lansing Ballet Company performs six productions annually as well as offering lecture demonstrations and outreach programs.
The E.L. Hannah Community Center was built in the 1920s. Today, it features modern facilities that are perfect for meetings and events.
See performances at the Albert A. White Performing Arts Theater and you'll be treated to great acoustic, plush seats, and modern lighting systems.
McLane Baseball Stadium seats 2500 people, making for some exciting games. This pristine field has hosted some significant games since it was dedicated in 2009.
The Jack Breslin Student Events Center is the hub for Michigan State University's and East Lansing's major functions and sporting events. The arena is the home of the Spartans' (men's and women's basketball team) and also hosts several other entertainment events including the Harlem Globetrotters, Monster Truck Nationals and the Caravan Circus.
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.
Named in honor of Biggie Munn, the late Spartan football coach and athletic director, the 6470-seater Munn Ice Arena is a state-of-the-art hockey facility devoted mainly to MSU Hockey. However, when the Spartans are not playing, the Arena is free to the public for open hockey, public and freestyle skating and hosts youth hockey games, skating and hockey lessons. The Arena includes luxury boxes, club seating, training and weight rooms, a study room and players lounge. Notice the beautiful landscape surrounding the Munn as it is a teaching and demonstration area for University botany and horticulture students. Call ahead for details.
The Michigan State University Auditorium is a popular entertainment venue. The pretty red brick laden and leafy exteriors beckon you in. The Theatre department and Music School of this university lie within the auditorium building. You can enjoy a bunch of different concerts and live shows, all through the year.
This minor league baseball stadium is home to the Lansing Lugnuts. A brand new facility, the Cooley Law School Stadium boasts 20 VIP suites, gourmet dining options and ample seating. Aside from baseball games, the stadium is host to various events throughout the year. Visit the website to know more.
A Toronto Blue Jays affliliate, the Lansing's minor league baseball team provides fun for the whole family in its 10,000 seat baseball stadium.
The Children's Ballet Theatre is an organization committed to promoting interest in classical ballet among Lansing's youth ranging in age from 8 to 18 through performing "Ballet by Children for Children." Its mission is to create a quality, community-based, youth-oriented, classical ballet company.
Broadway, musical, dance, and family entertainment can all be found at MSU's Wharton Center for Performing Arts. The Center contains two theaters, the 2500-seat Great Hall and the cozy 600-seat Pasant Theatre. The Wharton Center hosts performances by the MSU School of Music, MSU Department of Theatre, and Greater Lansing Symphony Orchestra along with national and internationally-recognized performers and shows such as the St. Petersburg Ballet, Jerry Seinfeld, George Carlin, and the award-winning Broadway musical, Movin' Out.