Greater Lansing Area May Things to Do

Take a trip to see the Lansing Lugnuts play some minor league baseball at the Cooley Law School Stadium in May and throughout the entire summer! Check out their full schedule here.

Celebrate Michigan Day at the Michigan History Center and Archives of Michigan on May 6. From 10 AM-4 PM, enjoy this free family friendly event that explores and reflects on the real stories of Michigan’s historic past.

Get out and visit the Holt Farmer’s Market or the Meridian Farmer’s Market every Saturday to pick up some fresh produce and chat with friendly locals. The Holt Market is open from 9 AM-2 PM and the Meridian Market is open from 8 AM-2 PM.

From 6-9 PM on May 18, you can take part in Wine & Stein at Potter Park Zoo if you’re 21 years old or older. For $35, you can enjoy adult beverages, hors d’oeuvres from local restaurants, and live music as you spend time with the animal residents of the zoo!

Participate in the 2017 Multiple Sclerosis Society Walk at the Cooley Law School Stadium to help raise money for over 19,000 people in our community living with MS. The walk will take place on May 20 from 9 AM-2 PM, and there will be a 1-mile route and 3-mile route available for walkers.

On May 20, there is also the Mid-Michigan Yard Sale taking place from 8 AM-5 PM at the Summit Sport and Ice Complex. There’s a $3 entrance fee for those looking to shop around, and selling spaces for those looking to get rid of items start at $50.

Join in on the fun at the 54th annual East Lansing Art Festival on May 20 and 21 in Downtown East Lansing. The two-day event is free and offers fine art, music, activities, and good food for attendees.