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Upcoming Events in Lansing Kansas


May

28 Annual Quilt Show - Quilt exhibit & Vendor mall, special exhibit of antique sewing machines; 90 quilts will be donated to Alliance Against Family Violence, Social Services, KS Children's Service League, Lambs in & KC Hospice. 9:00am - 4:00pm.

Address: 108 S 2nd St, Lansing, KS , Lansing, Kansas
Ph: 913-758-0911 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.lvarea.com

June

22 Lansing Lions Club Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction - This is a fundraising event to support the local charitable activities of the Lansing Lions Club to include such activities as annual scholarships, glasses for the needy and free community events such as the recent Easter Egg Hunt. The $6.00 entry fee includes an all you can eat spaghetti dinner(children under 2 eat free) and entrance to the silent auction. Items up for auction include a reproduction 18th century child's rocking horse, quilt, sapphire bracelet, antique Pepsi-Cola wall clock and a handcrafted Irish table.

Address: Lansing City Hall - Community Center , Lansing, Kansas
Ph: 913-727-1617 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: vsperl@kc.rr.com
Fee: $6.00 (Children under 2 are free)

2 - 3KS0502007e001 - Lansing Lansing DAZE - SECOND WEEKEND - This annual event is a full day of family activities, entertainment, displays, crafts, and food. Families start off this day right with an early pancake breakfast. An antique car show, military equipment, and musical entertainment are provided throughout the day along with games and rides for the community to enjoy. Local businesses support the event by providing booths with food, drinks, and other services throughout the school grounds to meet the people of the community.

Address: Lansing High School , Lansing, Kansas
Ph: 913-727-5488 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: Free

July

4 Fourth of July Celebration - The celebration begins a midday and ends with a fireworks finale, but in between the options are endless. Rides, games, and entertainment are provided for the community to enjoy, while businesses and local community organizations prepare food and drinks at booths for families.

As the sun sets, the fireworks display begins as the Lansing community celebrates its Fourth of July Celebration. The evening event maintains a safe and family atmosphere for any age to enjoy.

Ph: 913-727-3233 (Always call and confirm events)

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lansing Historical Museum

A little bit of the past has been saved by a group of Lansing History enthusiasts, who dreamed of preserving the Old Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Train Depot, now sitting on a tree-shaded grounds in central Lansing.

Lansing, KS Museums

City Parks

Visitors can enjoy outdoor recreational activities at one of Lansing's four parks. LOST 80

Lansing, KS Recreation

Lansing Correctional Facility

The Lansing Correctional Facility (LCF) is the oldest and largest facility in the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) for detention and rehabilitation of male adult felony offenders. Legislatively approved in 1861, LCF is built on 2,711 acres. Accredited most recently in 1996

Lansing, KS Penitentiaries

Leavenworth Country Club

Course Access: Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Lansing, KS Golf Courses

Things to do near Lansing, KS