Two hundred children will receive free bike helmets from the Grand Rapids Griffins during two events being held this month.
Chances are your summer calendar is filling up fast. But just in case, we wanted to give you a list of fun activities you can enjoy this summer in and around Grand Rapids. Enjoy our suggestions and share some of your own in the comments.
Dozens of vendors will “pop-up” on Saturday in the Alger Heights neighborhood for the kick off of the second annual Eastern & Alger Pop Up Market.
High atop a sand dune at P.J. Hoffmaster State Park, looking out over Lake Michigan and the park’s campground beach, a memorial bench beckons campers, hikers and beachgoers to sit and take it all in.
Who’s up for some gift ideas that don’t involve a tie? On June 17, give dad a great gift from one of these local shops.
Having your period sucks. Period. Running to Walgreens once a month to get tampons or pads for Aunt Flo is annoying enough, but for many, it’s also a financial burden. Local 501(c)(3) nonprofit Be a Rose aims to help women break barriers, not the bank, when it comes to accessing feminine hygiene products.
Grand Rapids Bike Park could get a much-needed makeover if a recently launched crowdfunding campaign reaches its $50,000 goal.
It’s that time of year again – and people are eager to get their paws on your possessions. Are you ready to purge and make some money doing it?
Who knew you could respect life, prevent pollution, connect with nature and look fabulous doing it?
It’s summer, which means finding ways to get the kids out of the house before they drive you crazy (is it September yet?!) A productive way to keep them busy and engaged during their summer vacation is camp.