A vast array of activities to help beat the winter blues are happening around the area this weekend.
It’s cold, it’s dark, there’s nothing to do, but wait...yes there is...jazz is being played all over Grand Rapids!
The WYCE Bubble Bash, a festive holiday celebration featuring sparkling wine from around the world, takes place this evening, Dec. 22, 5-9 p.m. at The B.O.B.
‘Tis the season for neighborhood gatherings.
Players, coaches and staff of the Grand Rapids Griffins Hockey Team will don uniforms of a different type tonight for the annual "Tip-A-Griffin" fundraiser.
The annual Holland Parade of Lights, ushering in the arrival of Santa Clause, will be held in downtown Holland Tuesday, Nov. 29.
An incredible aspect of Michigan life is the plethora of outdoor activities available year-round, and as it turns out, that contributes plenty to the state’s economy.
A secondhand and vintage clothing store recently expanded its downtown Grand Rapids storefront.
A local co-working space will debut its second quarterly market this month.
A historic former paper mill in Vicksburg is offering appointment-based tours for children and parents to explore its 80 acres for one Saturday every month.
Muskegon Heights recently received approval to revitalize its downtown.
Dominican Sisters Grand Rapids are holding a liquidation sale at the former Motherhouse.
A local hospital recently opened its annual farmers market for the season.
ReVigor marketplace will kick off its summer sustainable market season this weekend.
A fitness festival will kick off with a launch party next week.
A nature-inspired market will take place this Mother’s Day weekend.
After a two-year hiatus, Kendall College of Art and Design (KCAD) is resuming its annual undergraduate student art exhibition.
Two singer-songwriters will make a stop in Grand Rapids.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) is rolling out a new exhibit.
Downtown walking tours are available this month for those looking to mark Women’s History Month.