Zeal Aerial Fitness is going to add bungee fitness classes to its studio, making it the first location in Grand Rapids to offer that type of fitness class.
Taking care of your feet early on can mean avoiding surgery later.
The Grand Rapids Center for Mindfulness announced its summer programs, which include 60-minute free classes, three-hour interactive workshops and multiweek classes.
The Holland Museum organized a GoFundMe page to restore the Pere Marquette Red Caboose, which is at the Padnos Transportation Center train station, 171 Lincoln Ave., Holland.
According to a research study by Tidio, 34% of Generation Z, those born from 1997-2012, believe that the majority of online stores are untrustworthy.
The ArtRat Gallery will officially open Sept. 10 at 46 S. Division Ave. in Grand Rapids’ Heartside neighborhood.
Participants can combine fitness and fundraising for a good cause at an outdoor class on the Blue Bridge in downtown Grand Rapids next week.
Study reflects vibrant cannabis marketplace with ‘unlimited economic potential.’
Lakeshore Museum Center will be hosting two 90-minute walking tours, the Historic Tour and the Art and Architecture Tour, in downtown Muskegon throughout the summer.
The Holland Farmers Market teamed up with its community outreach partner, Higher Health Chiropractic, to launch a new Kids Produce Program that encourages children to develop healthy eating habits by purchasing fruits and vegetables.
The West Michigan Tourist Association announced the launch of its 2021 West Michigan Photo Contest.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum will be offering a Backyard Stargazing virtual program at 6 p.m. July 29.
Friends of Grand Rapids Parks is auctioning off custom birdhouses made by local leaders and artists to benefit the region’s parks, trees and greenspaces.
The Muskegon Lakeshore Trail, the 12-mile bike and pedestrian pathway from the Muskegon River to Pere Marquette Beach, fully reopened since high-water damage closed a portion of it in early 2020.
The city of Kentwood has a full day of family-friendly activities planned for Saturday, the annual Fourth of July Celebration.
An annual Michigan-based camp for grieving children will provide support and therapeutic activities on Zoom next month.
Two snowy owls have a new home in the Forest Realm at John Ball Zoo.
The 42nd annual Reeds Lake Run will start at 8 a.m. Saturday at the East Grand Rapids Community Center, 750 Lakeside Drive SE.
According to a survey by IRunFar, the average home workout for Michigander’s lasts 18 minutes, matching the national average.
A social services nonprofit that serves youths launched an online shop through which the products teens make in its Employment Training Program can be purchased.