Ever wonder how decisions get made for Old Town events and initiatives? Itching to weigh-in and meet those that represent us in all the planning and more? Make plans to join your neighbors and friends at the Old Town Marquee on Grand River Ave. Wednesday, Feb. 1 from 6–8pm for an evening of elbow-rubbing and discussion about what makes Old Town such a great place to live, work and play. Attendees will enjoy free food and ...Find Out More
Join us in celebrating Valentine's Day with the 4th Annual Old Town Lansing Chocolate Walk! Chocolate Walk allows you to explore some of Old Town's businesses, shops and restaurants while picking up some gourmet chocolate along the way! Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Each ticket for this event will receive a two pound box to fill with chocolate, a punch card and a map of participating businesses. This year, we are ...Find Out More
Ever wondered what it would be like to live in Old Town? Well if so, Taste and Tour is for you! Taste and Tour is a unique event that allows participants to sample delicious foods from participating Old Town restaurants and food retailers, all while getting the chance to tour the real estate that Old Town has to offer! You get to eat amazing food, tour some killer lofts and commercial spaces, and meet new ...Find Out More
Chalk of the Town is back in 2017! Get ready for a day of vibrant art and fun in the streets of Old Town! Come down during Be a Tourist in Your Own Town, June 3, 2017 for Old Town’s own, Chalk of the Town! Roam the streets of Old Town and experience true art in the streets. Beginning at 9 a.m., artists will take to the streets creating masterpieces on their assigned piece of ...Find Out More
Old Town offers unique experiences through special events, incredible people, eclectic shops and a rich history.
The Old Town Commercial Association (OTCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the revitalization of Lansing’s Old Town through socioeconomic development, promoting Old Town and its businesses, historic preservation, business recruitment, community outreach, and educating the public through our exciting walking tours. Rich and vibrant streetscapes provide a gateway to our livable, walkable and family-friendly community. Residents of Old Town and surrounding neighborhoods are invested and engaged in the success of the Old Town community.
CityPulse, 01-11-2017 » Page 22 NEW IN TOWN The Grid Arcade and Bar will move into the former Chrome Cat building early this year after a $300,000 renovation job. The bar will feature dozens of vintage video games and pinball machines and a drink menu heavy on craft beer. For the last few months, [...]
Ariana is a board member as well as a member of the Oktoberfest, Festival of the Moon and Sun and design committees – as well as an all around rock star. If something needs to be done, you'll generally see her there stepping up to offer her services (as well as engaging family members and [...]
Have you ever wondered who makes decisions for the Old Town Commercial Association? Luckily, I have the answer! In addition to our many event and committee volunteers, we have a hard-working, dedicated Board of Directors that come together monthly to help guide the organization from behind the scenes. Each board member brings their own unique [...]
Old Town certainly has its colorful cast of characters, and today our cast is a little less bright. Tommy Malvetis has been a staple in Old Town since the '70s, sharing stories with its neighbors, visitors and friends ever since. If you saw Tommy and had somewhere you had to be, you'd best call to [...]
Hi all! My name is Rachel Kern, a member of the Old Town Organization Committee and a 2017 OTCA member. It’s that time of the year again where we ask for all those who truly support us to purchase a membership! Being a member of Old Town provides opportunities to receive discounts on OTCA festival [...]