Holiday Event Guide

Even more Greater Lansing Holiday Events

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TUESDAY, Dec. 7 — We’ve got plenty of time left here in December to enjoy the holiday festivities in Greater Lansing. From shopping for presents, checking out cool light displays and having fun out on the ice, here are all sorts of ways to make winter a fun time:

Daily through December 


Downtown Ice-Skating Rink 
City Hall Plaza 
124 W. Michigan Ave., Lansing 
Until 10 p.m. 

One of downtown Lansing’s favorite traditions aside from Silver Bells is the ice-skating rink that opens up in front of city hall. Grab a friend and strap on your skates for a great way to have fun out in the frosty weather.

Every Sunday through December 


REO Town Jolly Holiday Market 
REO Town Marketplace 
1027 S. Washington Ave., Lansing 

The shops at REO Town Marketplace are collaborating for a festive flea market that offers a unique spot to track down interesting gifts for your friends and family. 

Through Dec. 26  

Wonderland of Lights
Potter Park Zoo 
1301 S. Pennsylvania Ave., Lansing 

Stroll through the Potter Park Zoo in the winter air with a lovely display of glowing lights. 

Dec. 10-12 

Holiday Nights of Lights 
Frances Park 
2701 Moores River Dr., Lansing, 
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Frances Park is hosting a drive-through Christmas light display that is free for all to attend and enjoy.

Dec. 10 

Abrams Planetarium Holiday Show
Abrams Planetarium
755 Science Road, East Lansing
8 p.m. 

The Abrams Planetarium is putting on several seasonal laser extravaganzas this month featuring many traditional holiday images.

Dec. 11 

Christmas Fair at the Lansing Mall
Lansing Mall
5330 W. Saginaw Hwy., Lansing 
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Looking to get your Christmas shopping done without making multiple trips? The Christmas Fair at the Lansing Mall will create a holiday bazaar that will have plenty of gifts of all sorts for you to choose from.  

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