5 Free Things To Do In Lansing In October

October 1, 2018

Leaves are falling, the temperatures are dropping, and the Lansing area is popping with fun events this October. Check out these fall and Halloween festivities that are free and fun for the whole family!

October | MSUFCU Nights 
It’s time to show your Spartan Spirit at these MSUFCU Nights. Your MSUFCU membership means you receive FREE tickets to select MSU athletic events. Show proof of MSUFCU membership at the ticket office to receive two free tickets to these games.

October 7 | MSU Men’s Hockey vs. University of Windsor (Ontario)
October 12 | MSU Men’s Hockey vs. Northern Michigan

October 5 | MSU Homecoming Parade (Sponsored by MSUFCU)
Join thousands of MSU students, alumni, friends, and even future Spartans on MSU’s campus for the “Celebrating Unwavering Courage” Homecoming Parade. Beginning at the Hannah Community Center and concluding at the corner of Farm Lane and Shaw Lane, the parade will be filled with a variety of floats representing the MSU and East Lansing community. You can see MSUFCU employees leading the parade, catch candy from parade walkers passing by, as well as watch the Spartan Marching Band, MSU Cheerleaders, and Dance Team!

October 24 | Halloween at Eastwood Towne Center (Sponsored by MSUFCU)
Trick-or-treat at the Eastwood Towne Center stores and restaurants for some haunting treats and giveaways. Enjoy live music from Tim the Music Man and visit with Linc the Library Cat from the Capital Area District Libraries. While you're there, you can also enjoy face painting, cider and donuts, and a free gift from MSUFCU.

October 27 | Trick or Treat on the Square (Sponsored by MSUFCU)
Join in the family fun to trick-or treat-on Washington Square in Downtown Lansing. Dress up in your Halloween costume, enjoy the Tim Hortons Timbit eating contest, and find your way through the hay bale maze! There will be fun for everyone.

October 31 | Halloween
Whether you’re handing out candy, knocking on doors for tricks or treats, or celebrating at a party or special event, have a fun and safe Halloween! If you’re trick-or-treating, remember to check out your city’s rules to ensure you’re out at the appropriate times and neighborhoods.

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