Annual MPNO Potluck in the Park: Wednesday, July 8 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the Moores Park Pavilion. Bring a dish to pass, connect with your neighbors and enjoy an evening in the park.
Park Visioning Series #3: Meet in the Moores Park Pavilion on Wednesday, June 24 at 6:30pm. (Due to severe weather, we’re going to reschedule the Moores Park Visioning meeting for Wednesday). We’ll start meet at the pavilion, same as before.We’ll cover the rest of the park including the Moores Park Pool! This will help create a ‘wish list’ for a new Master Plan and talk about the future of the Pool. Come out and support you’re neighborhood assets!
Park Visioning Series #2: Meet in the Moores Park Pavilion at 6:30pm. We’ll cover the middle section of the park, walk it and assess its conditions. This is to create a ‘wish list’ for a new Master Plan. The first session was great – we covered the west end of the park and came up with lots of great ideas for improving the pavilion and fishing areas as well as where some basic maintenance needs to happen.
What a huge success – Thanks to the Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle (LUVS) for putting on an amazing show! And thanks to the Lansing Parks and Recreation department for giving Moores Park a chance to host. We’d also like to give a shout-out to those who were apart of this: Elm Street Recording, 517 Shirts, REACH Studio Art Center, Good Truckin’ Food, Clint’s Hot Dogs, Stella’s Crazy Good Caramel Corn, Lake Trust Credit Union, Historical Society of Greater Lansing, Mid-MEAC, Lindsay Gluf, our neighborhood volunteers (Andy, Katie, Shirley, Dave to name a few), everyone who came out to watch and support the concert, and of course, our President Natalie Molnar and Vice-President Amy Valleau! If you did not get a chance to make it, here are a few photos from the June 10 event:
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Update: The Lansing Historical Society will be giving a talk on the Moores Park pool in conjunction with tonight’s (June 10) concert. Meet at the park pavilion at 6pm and learn about the history of this nearly 100 year old pool, the oldest of its kind still in operation!