Whether it’s a bus trip to the Grand Rapids Symphony, a visit to Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park or viewing an exhibit of local work at the facility’s in-house gallery, on any given day at Clark Retirement Community, residents have the opportunity to partake in numerous arts, entertainment and cultural activities.
With the excitement of the New Year behind us, and still two months to go until spring, it’s easy to feel blue in February. But, there’s plenty to do in Grand Rapids other than dream of warmer days. From painting to musicals, golf shows to car shows, we’ve compiled some of our favorite things to do this month.
The frigid temperatures aren’t slowing down the progress of the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park expansion project, which includes completion dates ranging from later this spring to 2021.
Whether you’re a theater buff, bookworm or even a comic book enthusiast, this weekend has something for you. Filled with fun for the whole family, GR|Mag is excited for an event-filled weekend in the city.
Megean Dooley, a Kalamazoo-based folk musician, kicks off the Sunday Afternoon Live music series at the Cascade branch of the Kent District Library (KDL) next week Sunday, Oct. 22.
ArtPrize Nine is taking over the city. If you’re eager to admire the amazing art, ready to create some yourself, or simply looking for a way to avoid the art crowds altogether, we’ve got you covered. Grand Rapids is packed full of events for everyone this weekend.
Violinist Sarah Chang made her debut with the New York Philharmonic when she was nine. Since that time, she’s performed and recorded with every major orchestra.
Royal Blood is not a quiet band. Opening for Queens of the Stone Age on Sunday night at 20 Monroe Live, Royal Blood plans to start the party.
The Forest Hills Fine Arts Center enters its 14th season in October. The season includes four performances that include world-class dance, fan-favorite music, internationally renowned singers, and a 50th anniversary tour.
Audiences will benefit as much as students from Grand Rapids Community College’s renovated Music Center, according to Kevin Dobreff, director of Grand Rapids Community College’s music program.