A local dog trainer will host the first dog pageant in Grand Rapids to celebrate dogs of all shapes and sizes.
A community street fair is taking place this month in downtown Zeeland.
People can drink their fill of coffee and check out hot rods this weekend at the Grand Rapids Downtown Market.
A weekend celebration of hard rock featuring bands such as Breaking Benjamin and Disturbed is coming to Grand Rapids for a second year.
A Compass College production was ranked the No. 1 streamed show on Redeem TV.
A downtown hotel will host a grand opening for a new pickleball court with an exhibition by pro athlete Andrea Koop.
A neighborhood celebration and birthday party will take place this weekend.
Two family-friendly movies will be shown in local green spaces.
A Grand Rapids adventure park is preparing a patriotic weekend for the Fourth of July.
Since “movie theater popcorn shortage” ended up on the pandemic Bingo card, Sperry’s Moviehouse has other food options for patrons.
Three days of food and drink, live music and entertainment are coming to Calder Plaza this weekend in celebration of Independence Day.
Dégagé Ministries is hosting the second event in its Unhoused film series to help educate people on the causes and solutions for homelessness.
A pancake breakfast, 5K race and carnival are just a few things happening on Independence Day in Kentwood.
An annual Independence Day celebration and fireworks display will take place this weekend in downtown Grand Rapids.
Elisabeth Haviland James is sharing her latest documentary with West Michigan.
The Grand Rapids Public Library (GRPL) will host Comic Geek Out from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday, July 16 at the Yankee Clipper Branch Library, located at 2025 Leonard St. NE.
The Gilmore Collection is set to reopen its large downtown entertainment and restaurant venue this fall.
A new independent professional hockey league will play the third game of its first season in Grand Rapids.
The Kent County Salvation Army is putting on the second performance in its new Red Shield Summer Concert Series.
The Fulton Street Farmers Market is inviting the public to a free community celebration next week to mark the arrival of summer and the market's 100th season.