What a great time for the annual Earth Day Fair!
MUSKEGON — Women who paint in the figurative realist style are invited to apply for the $50,000 Bennett Prize, the largest ever offered solely to women painters.
It’s Lubbers Cup Regatta weekend, which means plenty of rowing competition on Spring Lake both Saturday and Sunday.
Spring break week may be coming to a close, but it appears winter hasn’t yet left us. So here some indoor activities to take in this weekend.
The trust will build a permanent library of works created by resident artists.
Friday is Good Friday and Sunday is Easter Sunday. Aside from the importance those days have to Christians, the local parks will be filled with kids grabbing eggs and prizes on Saturday.
Grand Haven officials are seeking artists interested in designing artwork for the new stadium — specifically the walls that are poured on either end of the new space.
The fine arts top this weekend’s events, with an art show on Grand Haven’s east side and orchestras performing in Zeeland and Muskegon.
Saturday is St. Patrick’s Day, so wear green to whatever event you’re going to this weekend.
It’s a weekend for concerts in the Tri-Cities.
The shows are at 7 p.m. Friday, and 1 and 7 p.m. Saturday at the Orchard View High School auditorium, 16 N. Quarterline Road in Muskegon.
They’ll be making snow and big jumps at Grand Haven’s Ski Bowl on Saturday night.
Concerts and racing outhouses are on tap this weekend.
Tri-Cities Historical Museum exhibit features Red Arrow Division, programs
What comes after Grand Haven’s Winterfest? Spring Lake’s Snow Jam!