Thank-you for Making the Concert at Moores Park a Great Event

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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Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle Concert at Moores Park – June 10

The first Parks & Rec “Concert in the Park” series is Moores Park featuring the Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle (LUVS): Wed., June 10 at 7pm!

Come out and enjoy good food, art activities, great music and of course great company! Good Truckin’ Diner will be selling food, 517 Shirts will be selling MPNO shirts, and the REACH Art Studio will be providing an awesome craft for the kids. Parks staff will be on hand with swimming registration cards so you can fill those out while you’re here and the Lansing Historical Society will be providing a history tour of the pool at 6:15pm so be sure to check that out!

Please note, parking is very limited at the park. Walking or biking is strongly encouraged. Overflow parking will be provided at St. Casimir Catholic Parish on Barnes Ave, just a short walk from the park