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Tell Your Food Story, Sundays this Summer


Come tell your Food Story to Jazmin Bolan-Williamson at "Lansing Eats!"and your story can be part of the Mid-Michigan Food Stories Project Blog and the Mid-Michigan Food Stories Project book. The book will added to the archives of the Historical Society of Greater Lansing.

The Lansing Eats! Exhibit is open these SUNDAYS, 1pm-4pm at the Creyts House at 831 N. Washington Avenue in Lansing:

  • June 7
  • July 7
  • Aug 4
  • Sept 1

What is a "Food Story"?
A
 story about the importance of food in your life. Whether food is a major part of your culture, your favorite dinner table memory, or an every day battle, we want to hear YOUR FOOD STORY.

We all know that eating is important, but food is so much more than that! It is our sustenance, providing us with the energy to lead the incredible lives we do; it is our daily routine, many times a day every day starting from the moment we are born and carried for the rest of our lifetimes; it is the fabric that weaves together our stories with the stories of others, that brings us together around a common good, that unites us all on an entirely human level. Food is always reminding us that yes, indeed, everybody eats!

Interested in sharing your story with us? Interested in being a part of Ingham County history and meeting and hearing about others’ food cultures and histories? You can contact us at ICHDinterns@gmail.com or 517-887-4539.

You can also join the Mid-Michigan Food Stories Project facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/midmifsp and subscribe to the blog to get new stories sent to you at: http://midmichiganfoodstories.blog.com/