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Retirement Living in Greater Lansing - Michigan


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Area Description

Greater Lansing is Michigan's capital region! Whether you're here for business or pleasure, Greater Lansing, Michigan is a one-of-a-kind setting for a visit to remember! Explore endless dining options. Browse unique boutiques. Celebrate culture and the arts in our world-class performance venues and galleries. Catch Spartan Spirit on the campus of Michigan State University. Learn more at www.lansing.org.

Includes Cities/Towns: Dewitt, Lansing.

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   If outdoors activities are up your alley, head over to one of Lansing's numerous parks, gardens and nature centers. Try the new River Town Adventures for canoeing and kayaking on the Grand River in the heart of our urban center. - See more at: http://www.lansing.org/visitor/things-to-do

Delicious artistry is on tap. Sample a craft brewed beer, or visit one of Lansing’s newest distilleries for artisanal vodka and other spirits. Greater Lansing is home to nearly a dozen wineries, breweries and distilleries most offering onsite tasting rooms. A bottle of Spartan White makes a great souvenir from your Michigan vacation.


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Art aficionado? Mid-Michigan is full of galleries, exhibits and cultural events. Explore the thought provoking contemporary art displays at the Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum or take in a Broadway show at the Wharton Center for Performing Arts, both located on the campus of Michigan State University. - See more at: http://www.lansing.org/visitor/things-to-do

For an educational trip; tour the State Capitol building, visit Impression 5 Science Center or learn about our state's history at the Michigan Historical Museum. - See more at: http://www.lansing.org/visitor/things-to-do

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Not only is getting to Greater Lansing easy, so is getting around! From cab, to limo, to bus to air to our fun entertainment express trolley, there are a lot of ways to find your way all over the area. Choose what works best for you and your group and get out to explore! - See more at: http://www.lansing.org/visitor/transportation

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Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall

 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 Jan  17.0  23.5  30.0  1.6 "
 Feb  19.0  26.5  34.0  1.5 "
 Mar  26.0  35.0  44.0  2.1 "
 Apr  37.0  47.5  58.0  3.0 "
 May  47.0  58.0  69.0  3.4 "
 Jun  57.0  67.5  78.0  3.5 "
 Jul  61.0  72.0  83.0  2.8 "
 Aug  59.0  69.5  80.0  3.2 "
 Sep  51.0  62.0  73.0  3.5 "
 Oct  41.0  50.5  60.0  2.5 "
 Nov  32.0  39.5  47.0  2.8 "
 Dec  22.0  28.0  34.0  1.9 "


Our Spring temperatures are cold with averages in the mid 40's and highs in the mid 50's. Nights are cold with lows in the mid 30's. Summer temperatures are mild with averages in the upper 60's and highs in the low 80's. Nights are cool with lows in the upper 50's. Fall temperatures are cool with averages in the low 50's and highs in the upper 50's. Nights are cold with lows in the low 40's. Winter temperatures are cold with averages in the mid 20's and highs in the low 30's. Nights are cold with lows in the upper 10's.

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