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Human Relations & Community Services

  1. Registration Deadline for Feeding Greater Lansing's Children

    August 24, 2017, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @

    Thursday, August 24th is the deadline to register for the Family Food Boxes. Boxes will be distributed at the Lake Lansing Meijer to families who have registered with the City of Lansing Human Relations and Community Services department by 5pm August 24th. Call 517-483-4477 to register. The food box distribution will take place on Wednesday, August 30th.

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  1. Farmers Market at the Capitol

    August 24, 2017, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ East Lawn of the Michigan State Capitol Building

    Annually, the Michigan Farmers Market Association (MIFMA) hosts one or more farmers markets on the east lawn of the Capitol Building in Lansing. Vendors travel from all over the state of Michigan to attend the Farmers Market at the Capitol. Their products vary from artisan cheeses to eggs, meat, pasta and sauces, baked goods, apples, cider, donuts, pies, mixes, rubs, jams, fish, chocolates and caramels, soaps, vegetables, fruit, honey, beeswax products, popcorn, maple syrup, dog treats and cut flowers. The markets accept SNAP Bridge Cards, WIC Project FRESH, Senior Project FRESH/Market FRESH and Double Up Food Bucks.

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  2. Summer Walking Tour - Beal Botanical Garden

    August 24, 2017, 6:30 PM @ W.J. Beal Botanical Garden

    MSU’s Beal Garden owes its existence and its name to Prof. William James Beal, who decided not long after arriving at Michigan State Agricultural College in 1871 that the school needed a campus botanic garden. The tour will include stories of Beal’s work, as well as the efforts of his successors who reimagined and redesigned the garden in the mid-20th century, inspiring the American Society of Horticultural Science in 1955 to pronounce the newly organized garden the finest teaching facility in the country.

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