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April 15, 2017
501 Marshall St.
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January 27, 2017, All Day
January 27, 2017, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Fenner Nature Center
Watch wildlife and count the birds you see with Fenner Nature Center staff and volunteers while keeping toasty warm inside our observation room. Learn about the birds that stick around for the winter by helping us collect data to submit to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. No experience is necessary.
January 27, 2017, 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ REO Town Lansing
Art & Craft BeerFest is an indoor art, beer and music festival where you can go back and forth between four venues. All venues are located on the same block, just a short walk from one another.
The four venues that will host Art & Craft BeerFest are The Cadillac Room (Inside Riverview Church), Robin Theatre, AA Creative Corridor & REO Town Pub which all are located on the same block in REO Town, Lansing.
Much like last year's festival, we’ll be featuring beers from only Right Brain Brewing Company in Traverse City. To please all of the non-beer drinkers, there will be Blake's Hard Cider with their 4 mainstay ciders plus 10 seasonal and rare selections. This year will also feature a variety of Michigan wines.
With any festival good food is a must, we have some great food vendors for you. Good Truckin' Diner, Saddleback BBQ, Gump's BBQ & Pie Hole Pizza Truck will all be featuring their tastiest dishes. There will be options for meat eaters and non-meat eaters alike.
January 27, 2017, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Lansing Community College Performing Arts, Black Box Theater
LCC Theatre alum Scott Crandall performs his original experimental piece, Visions for the End of the World. Through poetry, image-centric stage work, and movement, the performance explores our historical and present relationships to Armageddon through a language of visions and prophecy. Framed as a pageant of a shipwrecked prophet's series of apocalyptic visions, it travels from energetic dance routines to desperate prayer to sea shanties to religious ecstasy. Visions was developed through an 18 month process of research, physical improvisation, writing, and sound composition. The performance runs approximately 35 minutes and will be followed by a talk back.
Part of the “Climate Change: Film, Fact, & Fantasy” series, January 23-28, a collaboration of LCC Performing Arts, Biology, Writing, and The Centre for Engaged Inclusion.
Suggested donations $5/$10.