The city of Kentwood introduced a new cross-country run, the NN Mobile Solutions Halloween 5K, which takes place Oct. 17 at Covenant Park.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum announced a new virtual Santa experience.
In collaboration with The Laugh Button Records, Gilda’s LaughFest released a comedy album called “Gilda’s LaughFest: seriously funny” on Friday.
The city of Holland is inviting community members to come enjoy its downtown offerings Saturday.
The mission of Mel Trotter Ministries to fight homelessness will be played out on the big screen when the film “One Life at a Time” premieres Oct. 10, World Homelessness Day, at Celebration Cinema’s Studio Park.
Several West Michigan attractions will allow their members to attend for free in October as part of the seventh annual Southwest Michigan Cultural Membership Exchange.
Grand Rapids Ballet will begin its virtual 2020-21 season with four new programs starting Nov. 13.
The Grand Rapids Wedding Affair is taking on a new name and format this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wealthy Theatre and Circle Theatre are partnering to hold two weekends of outdoor movies on the lawn at Circle Theatre.
The Grand Rapids Public Library will hold a series of free, online events to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Grand Rapids Tidal Waves women’s tackle football team will be hosting tryouts for new players who are interested in playing for the 2021 season.
The annual Michigan Irish Music Festival will be conducted virtually this year over the same weekend it originally was slated to occur in-person.
After Dark Grand Rapids will hold a scavenger hunt game Saturday focused on supporting local artists and businesses.
John Ball Zoo will hold two magic-themed Wizarding Weekends this month.
Grand Rapids-based rock and metal band For the Universe released their self-titled debut extended play on Friday.
Lady Ace Boogie, a hip-hop artist based in Grand Rapids, released a new, eight-track album, “That’s All for Now.”
The Bridge Grand Rapids began its monthlong series of entertainment activities downtown and throughout the city.
Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers will perform at 7 p.m. Sept. 25 at Belknap Park with special guest Desmond Jones.
Circle Theatre will be hosting the last of its three-part Circle Summer Fundraising Concerts at 7 p.m. Sept. 16 on the lawn of the Performing Arts Center at Aquinas College.
St. Cecilia Music Center will launch the Chamber Music Series by the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and The Jazz Piano Series featuring Michigan jazz pianists for the fall season.