Concert in the Park with the LUVS on Wednesday, July 25

Concert in the Park 2017

Concert in the Park 2017

Come to the 2018 Moores Park Concert on July 25 as part of the Lansing Parks and Recreation summer concert series. Bring a picnic, blanket & dance the evening away with the LUVS (The Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle)!  There will be very limited parking available via the Moores Park Dam parking lot, but additional parking will be available at St. Casimir Catholic Parish.

You could also peddle to the concert with the Lansing Bike Party – (LBP LOVES LUVS) or paddle from the concert with River Town Adventures – (LUVS Electric Glow Paddle) that evening. It starts around 7pm – we hope to see you there!

UPDATE: UPDATE: Moores Park Pool Opens June 17

Due to necessary maintenance, the pool will now open on June 17.

It is FREE admission and has open swim from 1-4pm and 5-8pm seven days a week, beginning June 17 and running until August 19. It is open to resident and non-residents of Lansing. There are showers and lockers available.  The YMCA is also staffing the pool again this year. Please be aware of the open swim rules posted here.

The pool phone is 517-371-2778 and you can call to check if it’s open during the listed hours.

It’s located in Moores Park, behind the old Moores Park Elementary School at 600 Moores Park Dr, Lansing, MI 48910.

The complete pool information is in the Lansing Living Summer 2018 publication.

Neighborhood Garage Sale is June 8-10

We’ll be having a combined neighborhoods-wide garage sale the Friday and weekend of June 8-10! Come and shop your neighbors treasures, or host a sale of your own! The hours each day will be from 9am-5pm. Be sure to Save-the-Date!

Participating Neighborhoods:
Moores Park Neighborhood Organization
Colonial Village Neighborhood Association
River Point Neighborhood

CSO Project Meeting on March 27

CSO NoticeGood morning neighbors! Have you heard of the City of Lansing’s Wet Weather Control Project? Did you know that if you live in the mid to western half of the neighborhood it may affect how you go about your day to day as early as this spring?

Attend the public information meeting tomorrow starting at 7:00 pm at St. Casimir Church. Find out more at https://www.lansingmi.gov/4…/Combined-Sewer-Overflow-Project.

 

Updates from the MPNO President

A couple of quick updates friends and neighbors from the president:

• As of this past Parks Board meeting the Moores Park pavilion is not budgeted for replacement this year. Please take the time to attend the Lansing Parks and Recreation Planned Projects Roundtable, tomorrow March 22, from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at 600 W Maple St, Lansing, MI 48906 to ask that the pavilion be included in this years project list. The park and our neighborhood use the pavilion as a community center of activity year round and having it gone prevents everyone in the community from using the park to its fullest.

• MPNO has been awarded funds from the City of Lansing Love Your Block grant! In the coming weeks we’ll be revising our scope to match the new budget and submitting a revised plan and schedule soon so stay tuned for upcoming polls and updates!