Squeeze in a few more days of fun before the kids go back to school. The West Michigan Whitecaps are kicking off their 25th season, while the Native American Student Association is celebrating its 20th annual Celebrating All Walks of Life Pow Wow, and Cedar Springs Brewing is hosting Starkbierfest for all you German beer lovers out there.
We are hoping the April showers are minimal this month so you can get outside and enjoy all the fun activities taking place in and around Grand Rapids. From group bike rides to Earth Day celebrations to Whitecaps home games, April is a busy month.
Grand Rapids Pride Center announced the second of three headliners who will be performing at Grand Rapids Pride in June.
With so many fun activities to choose from this weekend, we don’t know if you’ll find much time to sleep. From egg hunts to art shows to downward dog, you’ll surely find an activity that’s up your alley. And for you those of you nostalgic for the ’80s, you can dance to your favorites at multiple venues this weekend.
The “loopy and whimsical” play “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” takes audiences on a journey that explores how technology can bring people together “in the most abnormal way possible.”
Need some help planning for spring break? Look no further because GR|MAG has got you covered. Here are 18 staycation ideas jam-packed with fun and educational activities for the whole family.
It’s official, spring is here – at least on the calendar. It might not feel like spring outside quite yet, so we’ve got a handful of indoor activities for you to enjoy this weekend.
As the French Paper Co. approaches its 150th anniversary, the Niles, Michigan business began a deep dive into its archives, resulting in “The Road to 150 Tour,” an exhibition of its work, specifically its work over the past 30 years with Charles Anderson Design.
Grand Rapids musician Dan Rickabus has been playing music for over 17 years. He has been the drummer for indie folk pop rock band The Crane Wives for almost eight years, a bandmate and producer for Michigan Earthworks musicians Seth Bernard, and performs with Gifts and Creatures, and an instrumental band, Public Access.
From lost shoes to old family photos to Madonna memorabilia, the Kendall College of Art and Design (KCAD) community is made up of many individuals with unique collections, now on display as part of the new “Focus on KCAD | Collections” exhibition.