Friday, February 2nd, 8 pm - 12 am
Lansing Brewing Company, 518 E. Shiawassee St., Lansing
Come out to Lansing's finest brewery for great food, drinks, and your favorite jams from Avon Bomb!
Michelle Held w/Debbie Walton
Friday, February 2nd, 7:30 pm
MI Blue Owl Coffee, 1149 S. Washington Ave., Lansing
Please join us for an evening of original music in this cozy, warm atmosphere. Debbie Walton will kick things off at 7:30pm and Michelle Held will play a couple of sets from 8 :00pm- 9:30pm. No cover.
Indigenous, an Illustration by Nevin Speerbrecker
Friday, February 2nd, 5 pm - 7 pm
Arts Council of Greater Lansing, 1208 Turner St., Lansing
Join us for an opening reception for Nevin Speerbrecker as we present his exhibition, "Indigenous, an Illustration," featuring illustrations of peoples from many different tribes as well as wildlife depictions from North America and around the world. Come meet Nevin and talk to him about his work. Light refreshments will be served.
Featured Artist Friday: Tim Drier
Friday, February 2nd, 7 pm - 10 pm
American Fifth Spirits Tasting Room, 112 N. Larch St., Lansing
A new monthly event where the artistic process unfolds before you! Our featured artist will make a creation while you watch and enjoy your spirits. Purchase a raffle ticket, or many, for a chance to win the piece created during the evening.
All proceeds go to the artist.
Tim is a versatile artist and accomplished with oils, color pencil, pastels and markers. He creates wildlife portraits, caricatures and transportation themed works.
Brent Lowry and The Drifters
Saturday, February 3rd, 8 pm - 11:30 pm
Tequila Cowboy Lansing, 5660 W. Saginaw Hwy, Lansing
Hear Brent Lowry and the Drifters live in concert!
"Brent Lowry & the Drifters have been making the most of 2017 and will top off the list of highlights when the Northwest Ohio band opens for Toby Keith at the Bash on the Bay Country Music Festival on August 31. The band released their second EP, The Drifter, in May and opened for Jerrod Niemann at Tequila Cowboy in Michigan later that month. They followed that show up with another, opening for Rodney Atkins at the Hamler Country Fest. Over the past few years Brent Lowry & the Drifters have also opened for David Allan Coe, Craig Campbell, Brothers Osborne, Paramlee, Josh Thompson and many others. The band traveled to Nashville in late May and early June to record tracks at Skaggs Place Studio for their next EP and also performed at Tequila Cowboy and Crazytown on Broadway during CMA Fest in Music City."
Doors open at 4 p.m. and tickets are free.
As I Walk Through the Valley
Saturday, February 3rd, 7 pm - 9 pm
The Robin Theatre, 1105 S. Washington Ave, Lansing
Charlie Vela & Ronnie Garza/United States/2017/81 min
Director in Attendance
As I Walk Through The Valley documents 40 years of musical history and Mexican-American culture. It is the first comprehensive look at rock music in the Rio Grande Valley. The film is an oral history of the popular music of The Valley told by the musicians, promoters, producers, and scenesters who lived it. The Rio Grande Valley has been called a flashpoint for the creation of Mexican-American Culture in the United States. Roughly 230 miles south of San Antonio, the river delta known as The Valley is a network of cities and roads that sits at the southernmost border between the United States and Mexico. Combining over 100 hours of interviews as well as never-before-seen archival footage and photographs, this documentary tracks the musical evolution of a region that has forged its own unique identity between two countries.
Young Pioneer, Valley Girl, Lilac Lungs, and James Gardin
Saturday, February 3rd, 7 pm - 12 am
The Loft, 414 E. Michigan Ave, Lansing
16+ // $10 in advance, $12 DOS // 7pm Doors
Tickets available at www.theloftlansing.com or get them fee free at the The Loft box office.
Complete Show information at https://www.theloftlansing.com/event/1595756-young-pioneer-lansing/
Bowl for Babies
Sunday, February 4th, 2 pm
City Limits, 2120 E. Saginaw, East Lansing
We need bowling teams! This Sunday, February 4th, from 2pm-4pm. Make it a pre-game Superbowl activity. Pizza and prizes. If you can't make it, please consider raising money for the event by having your friends/family pledge or sponsor one of our residents.
Hannah's House in Lansing is a non-profit, Christian home for homeless pregnant women (18+). As a maternity shelter we are long-term and provide a program for the women who reside here. They are given free room and board, as well as all personal items for baby and mother--free of charge!
Super Super Sunday
Sunday, February 4th, 11 am - 11:59 pm
Spare Time Entertainment Center, 3101 E. Grand River Ave, Lansing
$9.99 per person
- 1 Hour of Bowling with Shoes (Must be completed by 4 PM)
- 5 Attractions
- $5 Game Card
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