August is here and there are plenty of summer festivals on the way to keep us busy the rest of the summer and fall. So much fun to get out and enjoy these fests with family and friends all over Michigan. On the way according to lansing.org are the Red Cedar Jubilee in Williamston, Lansing Jazzfest, East Lansing Art Festival, The Moonlight Film Festival, St Johns Mint Festival and so much more.

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Newest Festival In Lansing

Plus the is new on the way according to the 517 Community on Facebook.  Get ready for the first annual East Side Summer Fest. I'm In, this is going to be a lot of fun and another great addition to the lineup of summer festivals. Put Friday, August 27th, and Saturday, August 28th on your schedule   This is not only fun but a cool way to support local businesses that are still recovering from the pandemic.

There will be plenty of vendors, arts and crafts, lots of different kinds of music, a car show, and so much more.  This will all happen on Michigan Ave from Marshall Street to Foster Ave.

This summer festival was created for eastside businesses. They have been struggling like many in Michigan for the past 1 ½ years.

Hard to Believe July is behind us already, before we know it we will be into fall.  Let's get out and enjoy what's left of summer.

Fall Fun To Look Forward To in September

As we get into September we can look forward to the Common Ground festival at Jackosn field, Forks and Corks in Downtown Lansing, and the Fall Festival in Downtown st Johns.

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