Youth Programs

CACS Headstart on property.

After School Tutoring - The Edgewood Village After-School tutoring program serves 30-40 students Monday-Friday from 4pm-6pm.  Resident children (grades K-12) come into the Village Network Center after school to receive 1 on 1 tutoring from MSU America Reads and Service Learning Tutors and participate in other after school clubs.

Offsite Learning - Wharton Center (Seats 4 Kids), Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Lansing Lugnuts, East Lansing Aquatic Center, and the Detroit Pistons all provide access to Edgewood Reesidents

Summer Camp  scholarships give resident children the opportunity to go to summer camp through a camps scholarship fund.

‚ÄčScholars Program (<click the link to see a full brochure about our Scholars Program)

Teen Nights  are Tuesday nights. Teens have a safe place to come hang out, play video games, watch movies, and participate in other age appropriate activities.

Adult Programs

Edgewood Village Forum was developed to bring together the management team and residents to provide lease education, program and property updates, as well as collaborate to improve the community.

Tower Activities are geared sepcifically for Tower residents (seniors and persons will disabilities). They enjoy Bingo night, Wii Bowling, Brain Gym, Gadget Guru (a how-to class on technology), Craft Nights, Movies, monthly potlucks, mall walks, and outings to special events and areas of interest in our community.

Resident Advisory Council discusses issues, creates support, and suggests changes they would like to make in their neighborhood.

Free Store and Personal Needs Bank is located in the Network Center and includes personal needs resources, clothing, coats, hats, shoes, and household items are donated and shared at zero cost with Edgewood Residents. 

Computer Learning Center provides access to computers, fax, printers, and copier as well as internet access and classes for a multitude of support for residents.

Family Service Coordinator, Jennifer Johnson, is available to all residents in the community to link residents to support services in the area.

The Commodity Food Program is delivered once month and TEFAP quarterly for qualified residents saves participants roughly $50 each month. Food packages vary each month and typically include: fruit, vegetables, and protein. These programs are facilitated through the Capital Area Community Services.

Panera Bread Distribution: Edgewood distributes bread that is donated weekly and delivered by People's Church Volunteers on Thursday and Friday afternoons. 

Special Events: Edgewood Village hosts various community events throughout the year. Monthly Potlucks, School Supply Giveaways, National Night Out, Holiday Parties, Garden Achievment Days, Community Service and Civic Engagement Days, Scholar Dinners, Art of Leadship School's Out Celebration, Summer Block Parties, and more.

Garden Programs

Edgewood Village is home to four community garden spaces known collectively as the Edgewood Village Community Garden. The four garden spaces include: a donation garden, children’s garden, The Peace Thyme Butterfly and Sundial Garden, and hoop house.

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