Another gorgeous weekend in West Michigan made it difficult for residents to put their boats away for the winter.
Hundreds of Lakeshore Middle School students had the chance to explore Art Prize 9 in Grand Rapids on Friday morning.
Students clapped and cheered as Danielle Campbell revealed various aspects of the new Imagination Station Friday night.
The township has a better idea about what they’d like to see done first on parklands addressed in the recently-created Hofma Vision plan.
The city has established an agreement with the Grand Haven Community Foundation to help fundraising efforts for the new Imagination Station play space.
Post-It notes, wish lists, empathy maps and designs filled the walls at Mulligan’s Hollow Lodge on Thursday.
After the public and two jurors voted, the Grand Haven ArtWalk 2017 winners were announced on Thursday.
There’s the Michigan State/U-M game Saturday night, NFL games on Sunday and the baseball playoffs begin this weekend. There’s also some fun stuff away from your TV.
Chants of “Cut it! Cut it! Cut it!” from eager Mary A. White Elementary School second-graders and Griffin Elementary School third-graders filled the air Monday afternoon as the ribbon was about to be cut for the new community-built playground at Grand Haven State Park.
The Michigan Department of Transportation announced that work will take place Tuesday, Oct. 3 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on northbound U.S. 31 between Lincoln and Ferris streets.
Red, orange, yellow, green, blue and more.
Two Spring Lake residents and one former Spring Lake resident either created or are subjects of two of the 20 public vote finalists in ArtPrize 9.
The shores of Lake Michigan and banks of our rivers provide a world-class backdrop for outdoor activities, particularly camping.
The art is out and on display, and the ballots are ready for you to pick your favorite pieces of art in this year’s ArtWalk competition.
The cooler fall weather is here, so get outside this weekend and enjoy the leisurely ArtWalk and other events around town.