There will be a lot of games to play at a downtown museum this week.
The newest Grand Rapids Public Museum exhibition recounts the African-American struggle from ending slavery to the civil rights movement.
A “Concert Under the Stars” will soon fill the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
Kick off the New Year by adding these five fun activities to your calendar.
Lean back, let the music wash over you and get lost in the swirling images spread out across the sky above you. There is nothing quite like the Grand Rapids Public Museum’s Concerts Under the Stars music series.
It’s the last weekend of 2018 and GR|MAG has some suggestions on how to spend it.
Celebrate the winter solstice this weekend with an evening at the GRAM. Get into the holiday spirit with a holiday organ concert at the Grand Rapids Public Museum or take in a performance by Cirque de Noël with the Grand Rapids Symphony. You can also help Rockford Brewing Company celebrate its sixth anniversary.
Hipster Santa is coming to town this weekend. Find out where you can score a picture with him. You can also catch a free screening of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.” If you’re a Harry Potter fan, don your dress robes and head to the Yule Ball and enjoy a glass of Butterbeer.
The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) is tying together nostalgia and pop culture in its latest exhibit, “Toys!” Exploring toys throughout time, this chronological walkthrough begins in 1945 with the Baby Boomers and ends in the recent Millennial era.
Why curl up on the couch to watch your favorite Halloween films when you could partake in these spooky showings?