Children in the Northwest Ottawa Recreation Authority’s performing arts camp will be staging “Junie B. Jones: The Musical Jr.” at 7 p.m. July 19 and 2 p.m. July 20.
With camp counselors and members of Boy Scout Troop 246, campers had one-on-one “fishing guides” for the outing.
NORA offers Summer School at 3 sites.
The Northwest Ottawa Recreation Authority’s programs are in full swing this summer amid a period of transition for the organization.
Molly, 7, was among several girls who attended the first-time program, as 99 youngsters took aim with BB guns, archery and trap shooting at the North Ottawa Rod and Gun Club.
Building towers and learning how to use a compass were among some of the activities children have participated in during the Northwest Ottawa Recreation Authority’s Science Academy program this week.
For more than 30 years, the Northwest Ottawa Recreation Authority has offered Dad & Daughter Dances for area girls to enjoy a special evening with their dad, grandpa, uncle or special friend.
NORA services are currently handled by Grand Haven Area Public Schools, but the district ended its contract this year.
NORA director Jill Vander Stel retires after 20 years.
Kids have fun with science at Northwest Ottawa Recreation Authority summer camp.
The first performance was Wednesday night; a second show is at 7 p.m. today.
The backbone of a strong community lies within the foundation of its social programming.
The donation, Grand Haven Township Supervisor Mark Reenders said, would be contingent upon a development plan coming together that emphasizes sports fields and active recreation.
Clinics begin this week at Griffin Elementary School (grades 1-4) and White Pines (grades 5-6).
The annual softball tournament is set to tee off this weekend.