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  • Nov 14th, Friday

    East Lansing 2030 | Collegeville Re-Envisioned

    Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University

    East Lansing 2030: Collegeville Re-Envisioned invites architects, landscape architects, and urban designers from across the country to join us in envisioning a future East Lansing. More»

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  • Feb 26th, Thursday

    Slavery to Freedom featuring Rev. Al Sharpton

    7:30 pm
    Wharton Center Great Hall 750 East West Shaw Lane East Lansing, MI 48824

    The MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine presents its 15th annual Dr. William G. More»

    Calendar: Other

  • Mar 03rd, Tuesday

    OTCA Promotions Committee Meeting

    8:00 am
    OTCA office, 1232 Turner St Lansing, MI 48906

    The Old Town Commercial Association Promotions Committee meets to discuss different ways to promote the OTCA’s mission to revitalize the community. More»

    Calendar: Other

    Old Town Commercial Association Design Committee Meeting

    12:00 pm
    OCTA Office, 1232 Turner St Lansing, MI 48906 (517) 485-4283‎

    The Old Town Commercial Association Design Committee meets to discuss the district’s aesthetics, including flowers, hanging baskets, holiday decorations, cleaning and information regarding signage and design. More»

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    Future Returns Documentary Film Series: Flood

    7:00 pm
    Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum

    7 PM, Education Wing Director: Dong Jun, 2008, 90 min. Free and open to the public Addressing the impact of water conservancy and flood prevention programs initiated by the Chinese government, director Dong Jun introduces us to the people living along Weihe River’s southern region. Flood looks closely at the first dam constructed in China 40 years ago and uncovers how the Sanmen Gorge Dam dramatically altered the Weihe River and the livelihood of those living off the surrounding land. More»

    Calendar: Other

  • Mar 04th, Wednesday

    OTCA Economic Restructuring Committee Meeting

    8:00 am
    Mama Bear's Cafe, 1224 Turner St Lansing, MI 48906

    The Old Town Commercial Association Economic Restructuring Committee meets to discuss business recruitment and business retention in Old Town. More»

    Calendar: Other

  • Mar 07th, Saturday

    2015 Middle School Girls Math & Science Day

    8:00 am
    The Plant Biomedical and Physical Sciences (BPS) Building at Michigan State University Campus

    This is an annual event coordinated by the Michigan State University Graduate Women in Science Chapter. This is an opportunity for middle school girls to try science demos and games while working with enthusiastic and knowledgeable science students and researchers at MSU. More»

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  • Mar 11th, Wednesday

    OTCA Board Meeting

    6:30 pm
    Clark Hill

    Members of the Old Town Commercial Association Board come together to discuss what is happening in Old Town. More»

    Calendar: Other

  • Mar 19th, Thursday

    OTCA Organization Committee Meeting

    4:30 pm
    Gone 2 the Dogs, 306 E Grand River Ave Lansing, MI 48906

    The Old Town Commercial Association Organization Committee meets to discuss the overall plan for the OTCA, including fundraising, volunteer recruitment and retention and membership. More»

    Calendar: Other

    Silence Equals Death

    6:00 pm
    WMU-Cooley Law School 300 S. Capitol Ave. Lansing, MI 48933

    WMU-Cooley Law School’s Lansing campus will host, “Silence Equals Death: How the Heroin Epidemic is Driving Change in Perception, Treatment, & the Law.” The program will explore the new recovery advocacy movement, how the heroin epidemic is fueling its growth and effectiveness and the resulting changes in public perception, policy and the law. More»

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