Grand Rapids is all decked out for the holidays and a series of trolley tours will help you glimpse all the best decorations.
Val Caniparoli jokes that he’s a “Nutcracker” machine. A choreographer for companies all over the world, Caniparoli was in Grand Rapids before Thanksgiving to update his choreography for the Grand Rapids Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker,” which opens Dec. 1 at DeVos Performance Hall.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and Grand Rapids is sure in the holiday spirit! Try traveling to the North Pole for an evening, or how about a walk through a winter wonderland?
Boredom led two buddies from small town Wisconsin to scour thrift stores for entertainment, and ultimately led the pair to develop the Found Footage Festival.
Bad boy and former NBA player Dennis Rodman will join the Grand Rapids Drive on the court Thursday, Nov. 30.
Venture downtown on Friday evening for the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. You can also strap on a pair of skates and glide across Rosa Parks Circle, which has been transformed into an ice rink.
Described by The New York Times as “the most influential jazz pianist of the last 20 years,” this Thursday’s performance by Brad Mehldau at St. Cecilia Music Center is one not to miss.
After you’ve eaten all the turkey, stuffing and pie you can handle, head out to enjoy Thanksgiving weekend. Whether you’re in the mood to shop or dance, Grand Rapids is ready to make the holiday season jolly with plenty of fun events.
West Michigan’s “largest, animated, drive-through light show” returns today with even more twinkling lights.
The Rockford High School Marching Band will make history this Thanksgiving as the first West Michigan Band to perform in the world’s biggest parade.