5 Free Things To Do In Lansing In November

November 1, 2018

Welcome to the holiday season! Take a look at some of the free, fun, and festive events happening around Lansing this month to see how you can start celebrating the season of giving.

November | MSUFCU Nights at MSU Men’s Hockey
Did you know MSUFCU members can attend certain MSU athletic events for free throughout the year? Show proof of MSUFCU membership at the ticket office to receive two free tickets to the game. Don't forget to visit the MSUFCU table to pick up your FREE "green & white" gift! Bring your Spartan Spirit and cheer on the men’s hockey team at these upcoming games.

November 2 | MSU Men’s Hockey vs. Ferris State
November 16 | MSU Men’s Hockey vs. Notre Dame

November 2 | Arts Night Out (Sponsored by MSUFCU)
Looking for some Friday night fun to kick off the weekend? Just when you think, “there’s nothing to do,” Arts Night Out is the cool and creative event series that transforms Greater Lansing areas into vibrant spaces through the arts. Come to Lansing’s Old Town to enjoy various venues full of live music and theatrical performances, food trucks with delicious eats, and discover the talents of many local artists.

November 4 | Cider, Flannel, Donuts, & Tokens at The Grid (MSUFCU Local Loyalty Partner)
Put on your favorite flannel and head down to The Grid in Lansing’s Old Town for a special selection of Farmhous cider and Groovy Donuts, and of course, arcade games. Additionally, MSUFCU members receive exclusive discounts at The Grid if they use their Visa Debit or Credit Cards.

November 8 | MSUFCU’s First-Time Homebuyers Mixer
Join us to learn the ins and outs of home buying from start to finish. Speak to a variety of industry experts, enjoy appetizers and drinks, including your favorite craft brews, and enter for your chance to win an exciting door prize! Registration is required.

November 16 | Silver Bells in the City (Sponsored by MSUFCU)
Watch the Capitol City light up with more than 80,000 people as the Electric Light Parade marches around downtown Lansing. Be sure to stick around after the parade to watch the lighting of Michigan’s official Christmas tree and a fireworks show over the Capitol dome.

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