57th Annual Regulatory Studies Program: "Camp NARUC"


WEEK ONE (FUNDAMENTALS): AUGUST 10-14, 2015 | KELLOGG CENTER | EAST LANSING, MI
WEEK TWO (INTERMEDIATE): AUGUST 17-21, 2015 | KELLOGG CENTER | EAST LANSING, MI

THINGS TO DO AT CAMP

Lansing Lugnuts Baseball Game
For more information visit LansingLugnuts.com

Moonlight Film Festival
For more information visit cityofeastlansing.com

Great Lakes Folk Festival
Produced by MSU Museum's Michigan Traditional Arts Program, the Great Lakes Folk Festival is a celebration of culture, tradition and community. The festival reflects the immense variety and vitality of art, skill, knowledge, and wisdom of our cultural heritage for the public. The festival takes place in downtown East Lansing, a short walk from the Kellogg Center, from August 4-15. Admission is free. Click here for more information.

Bike Rentals
IPU provides Camp attendees with bikes available to rent. Bikes are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are offered free of charge. To rent a bike, or check availability, please see an IPU Staff Member in the office (Centennial A). While there is no time limit for the bike rentals, we do ask that attendees return the bikes in a timely fashion so that other attendees can make use of them. If you plan on using the bikes as your primary transportation method to an event or activity in the area, please let a staff member know ahead of time so we can do our best to accommodate you.

Lansing Horse and Carriage Tours
This relaxing experience can be yours for the asking. Crystal Falls Horse and Carriage Co. offers a variety of romantic horse-drawn carriage ride adventures throughout downtown Lansing on Saturday nights from 7pm to 10pm with pick-ups at the following restaurants - Clara's Restaurant, the Troppo Restaurant, and the Radisson Hotel/Capital City Grill. Reservations are encouraged, but walk-ups are also welcome. Call 517-242-0386 for exact time and location. Visit HorseAndCarriage.org for more information.

The Michigan Princess
The Michigan Princess is a triple deck river boat that floats down the Grand River in Lansing. The Michigan Princess provides the best entertainment value in the region with a wide variety of great food and entertainment options. The Michigan Princess be will running a Blues Dancing Cruise on 8/9/14 from 7pm-11pm and a Dinner Cruise on 8/10/14 from 1:30pm-4pm. Tickets are $39. For registration details visit MichiganPrincess.com

Lansing Concerts in the Park
On Friday, August 8 Living Soul will be playing in nearby Lake Lansing Park South. All Friday evening performances begin at 7:00 p.m. There is free parking and admission.