What to do on a Spring Break stay-cation?

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The Coopersville-Marne Bunny Train offers a great day trip for Spring Break

The Coopersville-Marne Bunny Train offers a great day trip for Spring Break "stay-cationers."

The Coopersville-Marne Bunny Train offers a great day trip for Spring Break "stay-cationers."

by Lauren Constantine, Editorial

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Not everyone can be lucky enough to spend Spring Break on a warm, sunny beach or taming the slopes of Aspen. With Spring Break being right around the corner, the question arises for those staying home: What will I do on this wondrous “staycation?”

West Michigan offers a multitude of activities during Spring Break week. If you have younger siblings, the annual Bunny train in Coopersville takes place on April 1, and is an enjoyable event for whole families.

On the same day, Seven Steps up is hosting Kawehi, a one woman digital band who has a Youtube channel with over 11 million views. On April 2, Seven Steps up hosts an additional band named The Stray Birds.

Lost City Laser Tag in Holland offers a fun way to spend a day if you’re not able to travel to a more exotic locale.

If you have an interest in arts, the Tri-Cities Historical Museum is offering an exhibit that showcases the Lakeland Artists later on in the week. If you are up for some physical activity travel to Holland to go laser tagging at the Lost City with friends who are also on a staycation. If the weather is nice, go on a hike at Rosy Mound in Grand Haven.

If you want to do something that involves not leaving your home during your staycation, there are many things that you can do around your house. Dedicate a whole day to baking foods that you have never heard of, feng shui your bedroom to give it a new vibe for the spring season, or commit a whole day to some type of art.

Staycations give great initiative to complete projects. The room you need painted, the pictures you want developed, and the door that must be fixed are all things that can easily be completed on a staycation.

eaIn addition, Spring Break is also a great time to give back to the community. You can use your staycation to assist people or animals in need. Staying home for Spring Break is a wonderful time that allows you to accomplish great things, things you don’t need fresh powder or white sand to achieve.

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