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Jan 13 - Jan. 1 - Imani - Kwanzaa - New Year’s Day Celebration at St. Stephen’s Community Church, 1420 W. Oakland Ave., Lansing, MI at 4:00 p.m.Call: (517) 484-2180.

Jan. 6, 7 & 8- “A Tribute to Mahalia” is a soul-stirring production arranged and directed by Vanessa Cunningham Sanders, and presented by the The Capital Area Performers at J. W. Sexton High School, 102 S. McPherson, Lansing, MI Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at the box office.

Jan. 16 - 22nd - Annual MSU MLK Jr., Student Leadership Conference .Theme: “40 Years Later: From Activisim to Voting ...What are your RIGHTS? to be held at the MSU Union. Call: 353-1635.

Jan. 16- The Greater Lansing Area Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission hosts its 21st Annual Luncheon. Theme: “Greatness Through Service.” at the Lansing Center, 333 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI.

Jan 19 > March 5 - Disney's Lion King for times and ticket prices call:1-800-Wharton

Jan 25- Wyton Marsalis 7:30 P.M Tickets $40, $30 Students $15 (with MSU ID) more info call: 1-800-Wharton

Jan. 26 > 29 - Feb. 2 > 5 - CROWNS - A gospel musicalsaluting portraits of Black women in church hats, by Regina Taylor based on the book by Michael Cunningham and Craig Marberry. Directed by Lee Helder at the Riverwalk Theatre, 228 Museum Dr., Lansing, MI. Call:482-5700 - online @ RiverwalkTheatre.com

Dec. > Feb. 12, 2006 - The Detroit Historical Museum Exhibit, "Reflections: The Mary Wilson Supreme Legacy Collection," includes many costumes and memorabilia items. For details visit www.detroithistorical.org or call 313-833-1805.

Check out this issue of Young Publishers for more "Things to do".

Ongoing Monthly Events

Every second Saturday of each month - General membership meeting of the Black Men Inc. of Greater Lansing at the Black Child & Family Institute, 835 W. Genesee St. @ Butler St. at 8 a.m. Everyone invited.

Sunday's Smooth Ballroom Dancing Classes at Gregory's Ice and Smoke, 2510 N. Martin Luther King, Blvd., Lansing, MI. Music starts to play at 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.

The Lansing Area African American Genealogical Society (LAAAGS) monthly second Saturday meeting at the Michigan Library and Historical Center, 717 West Allegan (between Pine and Butler Streets), Lansing, Michigan at 9:00 a.m. Public is invited.

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