The Festival is Accessible to Persons with Disabilities

Accessibility services are supported by the Capital Region Community Foundation.

Schedules in Braille and large print are available by advance reservation, at the main Information Booth. To reserve a copy, call (517) 432-GLFF.

The Lansing Community College Sign Language Interpreter Program provides sign language at nearly every performance on every stage throughout the weekend.

Wheelchairs are available at the main Information Booth. There is no charge for their use, but a refundable deposit of $20 and a photo I.D. are required.

Parking for vehicles with wheelchair tags or cards are reserved next to St. John’s Student Parish (327 M.A.C. Avenue), in the Grove Street Parking Ramp, and the East Lansing City Hall north lot.

All CATA buses used in the public bus service routes have wheelchair lifts.

Some Assistance Provided to Move Around the Festival Site

Seniors on the Go provide golf cart transportation for seniors and others who have challenges moving around the nearly quarter mile long Festival Site.  To arrange a ride, go to the nearest info booth and ask for Seniors on the Go Transport.

Seniors on the Go is staffed primarily by seniors who attend the East Lansing Senior Program at Hannah Community Center.