The holidays are now behind us, and we’re into another brand new year!
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend around Lansing, here are some ideas for you.
OK. Sheep aren’t something you’re likely to encounter on the daily around Lansing. But hear us out – Michigan is home to lots of them. Sheep producers from all around the region will converge on Lansing for the 2023 Shepherds Weekend from Friday (1/6) through Sunday (1/8) at the Crowne Plaza Lansing West. It’s an opportunity for sheep producers to visit one another and learn about new products and innovations that are affecting their industry.
Lansing Area Coin & Collectibles Show
The Lansing Area Coin & Collectibles Show returns to the Knights of Columbus building on Grand River Avenue this Saturday (1/7) from 10am to 3pm. Peruse U.S. and foreign coins, currency, cards, tokens, medals, modern and vintage toys and collectibles, and other treasures from vendors all across Michigan. Admission and parking are free.
Lansing Reptile & Animal Extravaganza
Midwest Expos hosts the Lansing Reptile & Animal Extravaganza at the Knights of Columbus building on North Grand River in Lansing on Sunday (1/8) from 10am to 3pm. Owning a pet isn’t limited to having a dog or a cat. Meet ferrets, sugar gliders, hamsters, guinea pigs, macaws, cockatoos, snakes and more, and shop for pertinent supplies too.
Lansing Bridal Show
The Lansing Bridal Show will be held at the Eagle Eye Golf and Banquet Center in Bath on Sunday (1/8) from 11am to 4pm. The event offers brides-to-be an opportunity to get to know local photographers, wedding gown and menswear providers, venues, transportation experts, bakeries, florists, decorators and more. Plus, new this year – a groom’s room with the day’s biggest games on several TVs, food and an open bar!
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