Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park on Monday released the 2021 lineup for its Fifth Third Bank Summer Concerts at Meijer Gardens.
The East Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting two free summer entertainment series, Concerts and Movies in the Park, for all ages at John Collins Park, 650 Lakeside Drive SE.
The Saugatuck Douglas Area Convention and Visitors Bureau launched the Saugatuck Douglas Fennville Arts Initiative with the purpose of creating a connection between arts and community development after the pandemic isolation.
The fifth annual Grand Rapids Asian-Pacific Festival will take place from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Calder Plaza, 250 Monroe Ave. NW in Grand Rapids.
Michiganders can compete in Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give’s new Virtual Run & Walk Challenge, starting Monday and ending June 20.
Downtown Grand Rapids will be the home of a new sculpture by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa.
Before beginning its seventh season July 23 with the opening of “Ain’t Nothing Like Family: Ms. Wilkins Goes to Court,” Host Productions LLC, a Grand Rapids-based theater production company, announced plans to invest nearly $750,000 in Grand Rapids’ West Side.
The city of Grand Rapids ranked as the 68th-best biking city in the country overall in 2021, according to LawnStarter.
The annual Ride United (United Way of the Lakeshore) bike event will return Sept. 25 with starting locations in Muskegon, Newaygo and Oceana.
The city of Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Department will host summer outdoor fitness classes in parks and public spaces across the city for the sixth year starting Monday.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum was approved for a $35,000 Grants for Arts Projects award to support its touring exhibition, Dawoud Bey & Carrie Mae Weems: In Dialogue.
The Grand Rapids Public Library will be extending its hours of operation at all of its locations beginning June 7.
The newly formed nonprofit Muskegon Lakeshore Paddle Club will host community paddle events on June 12 and Aug. 28 on Mona Lake at Ross Park, 82 Randall Road in Norton Shores.
The Listening Room at Studio Park is relaunching WYCE’s (88.1 FM) remote broadcast radio show GR LIVE on Thursday.
After a year hiatus, the Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food Festival announced its 2021 dates.
After 14 months, Celebration Cinema South in Kentwood will reopen its doors to moviegoers Thursday.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum’s newest exhibit features more than 80 American folk art objects, spanning from paintings and pottery, to quilts, needlework and sculpture, which were created by folk artists, often referred to as self-taught artists.
The Amy Van Andel Library – Ada Community Center is officially open following a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday.
The piazza at Studio Park in downtown Grand Rapids will be the site of Studio C’s summertime outdoor programming beginning in June.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport unveiled a new sculpture to honor Native American history in West Michigan.