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Drunk tarot reading among local fun

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Mallory Stiles

By Mallory Stiles
Editor in Chief

While a new semester just began again for some, the summer is still on its way and our city is celebrating it, with or without us. So, in case you have time to check them out, here are a few things that are happening this weekend.

Inebriated Insights: This event will be hosted this Saturday, June 10 by a metaphysical supply store in Lansing called Keys to Manifestation from 5 to 8 p.m. at 809 Center St. #7 in Old Town.

Solinox Glantzberg is owner of the store. She said this is one of the first activities she introduced shortly after opening the store in June of 2021. She also clarified it will be the staff doing the readings who will be inebriated.

“Everybody who is doing the readings is guaranteed to be on something,” Glantzberg said. “Some prefer a little marijuana; some prefer a little alcohol. They all have arrangements to get home safe to sober up after the event; everyone is taken care of.

“It’s just a little something extra to add some fun to the readings because it’s pretty hard to hold back and have filters when you are under the influence, so you get real honest readings. We have a lot of fun.”

There will be tarot readings, oracle readings and Reiki healing services offered. All range from $20 to $50.

Tony Thompson Live: It’s possible you don’t believe in psychics and would prefer to spend a little time listening to some live music. Ellison Brewing Company, located at 1314 S. Washington Ave. in downtown Lansing, will host Tony Thompson this Friday, June 9, from 7 to 9 p.m.

The music style is advertised as quite versatile and will include, but is not limited to, funk, Motown, soul, R&B and dance music to give everyone a chance to hear something they love.

For more information contact Ellison Brewing Company at (517) 657-3896.

Hybrid Mayor’s River Walk and Run: Maybe you don’t want to look at tarot cards or listen to music and instead want some quiet time with nature and a little exercise. In this case you can head to Potter Park at 1301 S. Pennsylvania Ave. in Lansing to begin a 5K with Lansing Mayor Andy Shor.

This late in the game, the registration fee is listed as $30. Every participant receives a shirt, medal and snacks at the finish line. The destination is the Turner Dodge House in Old Town, but transportation is offered to get all runners back to Potter Park.

Race day is listed as starting at 8 a.m. this Saturday June 10. Don’t be late!



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