Put these five fun activities on your calendar for October.
ArtPrize enters its second weekend and promises plenty of activities to keep you busy. Make sure to visit your favorite venues and vote for the pieces you’d like to see take home that $200,000 grand prize. The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum and Grand Rapids Symphony are just two of the area’s arts & culture organizations getting in on the ArtPrize action this weekend.
A new documentary, “Love, Gilda,” out this month, takes a look at Gilda Radner’s life and legacy through her own words, thanks to recently discovered audiotapes.
ArtPrize isn’t the only event taking place this weekend, but it certainly could keep you busy for the next four days with all of the official and unofficial events dubbed with the ArtPrize moniker.
After five decades of hitting the road, Bob Seger says this fall’s Travelin’ Man tour will be his last, and he is kicking it off in Grand Rapids.
Don’t miss out on all the great art that ArtPrize 10 has to offer! Instead, join one of GR’s many tour groups for a guided tour of this enormous event.
The Grand Rapids Symphony is kicking off its 2018-2019 season this weekend with Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7.
There is so much happening in Grand Rapids this weekend it was hard to narrow it down, but hopefully, we’ve got recommendations that will suit everyone’s interests. From Actors’ Theatre’s first performance of the season to a silent disco and a new laser light show that will “rock you,” you’re sure to find something fun to do this weekend.
If you love HopCat’s Crack Fries (and let’s be honest, who doesn’t) this is your weekend. The local brewery’s newest location is opening at Knapp’s Corner with a big celebration. Feeling altruistic this weekend, join Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss on Saturday for the annual Grand River Clean Up.
In 2015, Celebration! Cinema and Founders Brewing Company teamed up for a unique movie and beer pairing event. Since then, the Founders Film Series has expanded to six Celebration! Cinema locations across the state.