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Here's what is happening this weekend

Lansing Brewing Co.

The Lansing Brewing Co. in downtown Lansing is hosting live music this weekend. Photo by Mallory Stiles

Mallory Stiles

By Mallory Stiles             
Editor in Chief

It is officially summer time and the question on most minds seems to be the same; what do we do with all this spare time?

No studying to do, no tests to take, no homework due … so, it looks like we are just going to have some fun, and this weekend there are plenty of options!

There are a number of fun and affordable things going on around town. Here are a few of them.

Lansing Brewing Company at 518 E. Shiawassee St. will host live music from 6 to 10 p.m. on Friday, June 2 and from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 3.

DJ Face will be featured on Friday and the whole night will be Hawaiian themed. Management would like to remind the public that any Hawaiian shirt worn will be rewarded with a dollar off selected beverages.

A group formed in 2016 known as Atomic Annie will be playing on Saturday and specialty cocktails will be offered to bring a night of carefree patio fun. No specialty attire is required on Saturday, and no admission will be charged either night.

Capitol City Old Car Club Show is being hosted Saturday, June 3 on LCC’s West Campus, located at 5708 Cornerstone Drive in Delta Township.

This is a free event for spectators and will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  If anyone would like to register an old car of their own, they can do so for $15.

There will be food, music and door prizes offered on site with absolutely no exceptions made for weather as stated on the flyer.

 As many people as possible should support this event because, according to Capitol City Old Car Club Member Mike Ivey, all proceeds are donated back to LCC to be used to fund scholarships for the automotive technology program.

Love & Hiking Date for Couples is an event for those who want to spend a fun night in peace with their partner. It takes place Sunday, June 4 starting at 10 a.m.

The meeting spot is 1745 Granger Meadows Lane in Lansing, which is technically a starting place to an entirely free trail. The fun part is that the event listing online also offers tickets for a Digital Date Night Box.

Tickets for the access to the box are $10 per person and consist of a series of self-guided activities designed to enhance your time together through the scheduled use of all five love languages.

Whatever you choose, just get out of the house and the summer vibes will find you!

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