The Summer Solstice Jazz Festival (SSJF) is a celebration of jazz music featuring nationally recognized and regional jazz artists, as well as youth and community education for residents and visitors of East Lansing. The SSJF salutes jazz one of the truly American art forms, and offers this free two-day event in a lively outdoor setting.
Sunday, June 25, The Spartan Jazz Quartet, members of the MSU Jazz Studies Program will provide a concert full of exciting renditions of jazz favorites. After the concert, attendees can learn about the 150-year history of the garden.
The Brenke Fish Ladder was built in 1981 to help fish swimming up the Grand River pass the dam without injury. A peaceful setting on the Grand River in Lansing's charming Old Town neighborhood.
The Talbert and Leota Abrams Planetarium, located on the beautiful Michigan State University campus, serves as an astronomy and space science education resource center for the Lansing region and beyond, offering a variety of dynamic public programs and sensory-friendly shows.
Ramen bowls & Japanese small plates are offered in spartan cafe quarters with no alcohol.
The Wild Goose Inn is located in the heart of Downtown East Lansing less than 100 yards from the campus of Michigan State University. Experience East Lansing's unique gift shops, art galleries, boutiques, casual and fine dining, diverse entertainment and nightlife.