Students involved in the Spring Lake Summer Theatre Expo will perform “Seussical Jr.” at 7 p.m. July 18-19, at Spring Lake High School.
The center, located at 714 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven’s Centertown, recently hired Jessica Hoolsema as the teen program coordinator, and will begin offering programming for ages 13-17.
Rylee Snellenberger, a Grand Haven High School junior this fall, said there’s a possibility they could help make a difference locally and in other communities.
Grand Haven Area Public Schools’ food service department administers the meals, and Ottawa Food helps connect the community with the program, which receives funding through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Tri-Cities Garden Club’s 61st Flower Show continues through Saturday.
Goal is $500,000.
Music and dancing will begin at 5:45 p.m. at D. Baker and Son Lumber Co., 720 Pennoyer Ave. in Grand Haven.
The Tri-Cities Garden Club’s annual Flower Show returns to Spring Lake District Library, July 12-14.
According to the National Retail Federation’s annual survey, 43 percent of Americans plan to celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks.
After a week of collaborating and design thinking, students participating in the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District’s Sundae School program showcased their efforts on Thursday.