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Postings for July 15, 2013 Full Month View
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10:30AM 12:00PM Paws for Reading Paws for Reading All ages. Practice your reading with a great listener - a certified therapy dog! This is a great opportunity for kids learning to read or struggling with reading (and those who love reading too!) to practice reading aloud. Kids can choose whatever they'd like to read and one of our friendly therapy dogs will sit and listen. Please stop by or call the Youth Desk (517-321-4014 x3) to sign up for a ten-minute reading time slot. When Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:30am – 12pm Eastern Time Where Literacy Room
3:30PM 7:00PM Westside Farmers’ Market Westside Farmers’ Market Every Monday June 17 - October 14 2013 3:30-7:00 PM Accepting Cash, Debit, Credit, EBT, WIC, Project Fresh, and & Senior Fresh 740 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The Westside Farmers’ Market is a project of the NorthWest Initiative’s Food Systems Project. For more information, please contact Peggy at (517) 999-2894;
All Day Closing the Digital Gap / Free Computer Training Are you looking for free computer training? Closing the Digital Gap is offering free computer training and Internet access to low income residents in Lansing. Qualified participants will receive a job readiness certificate, employment, additional assistance and a basic computer or even a free laptop. For more information call: 517 882-0965 or go to or stop by the Black Child and Family Institute at 835 W. Genesee in Lansing
All Day 2013 Sculptures in the Park 2013 Sculptures in the Park June 01, 2013 - August 30, 2013 Venue: Wentworth Park Times: Ongoing Admission: Free and open to the public Lansing Art Gallery’s Sculptures in the Park Exhibition will entice Lansing visitors and residents to discover the beauty, history, and vitality of Lansing through creations of art. The Gallery will commission site-specific artworks by regional artists. The original art will be placed at historic Wentworth Park nestled on the Grand River in downtown Lansing. The artworks will serve to engage the public in considering the relationship between art and the environment, the history of Wentworth Park, and Lansing as a place to live, work, and play.

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