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Actors' Theater Grand Rapids

  • 160 Fountain St. NE
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Phone: (616) 234-3817
  • Region: Downtown

Actors' produces high-quality productions of plays and musicals which, due to the nature of their subjects, themes, or content, might not be otherwise produced locally. Box Office: 616-234-3946 MORE >>

American Guild of Organists, Grand Rapids Chapter

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The American Guild of Organists (AGO) is the national professional association serving the organ and choral music fields. The Guild serves approximately 20,000 members in 348 chapters throughout the United States, and in Europe, Korea and Argentina. Founded in 1896 as both an educational and service organization, the Guild seeks to set and maintain high musical standards and to promote understanding and appreciation of all aspects of organ and choral music. MORE >>

As Close To Magic

  • 13599 Honeylocust
  • Dewitt, MI 48820
  • Phone: (517) 256-6574
  • Region: Nearby

Entertainer & Hypnotist/Magician travels nationwide to provide quality magical entertainment tailored to fit the needs of a variety of corporate events such as tradeshows, hospitality functions and conventions. MORE >>

Avenue for the Arts

  • South Division between Fulton and Wealthy
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Phone: (616) 855-0435
  • Region: Downtown

Blandford Nature Center

  • 1715 Hillburn Ave. NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49504
  • Phone: (616) 735-6240
  • Region: Northwest

Your premier nature getaway! 143 acres of woods, streams and meadows, 4 miles of trails open dawn to dusk daily. School and community programs. Wildlife education center, organic farm, summer camps, historic buildings, seasonal festivals, and a working sugarbush. Memberships available, volunteers always welcomed. A warm and friendly atmosphere to explore, connect and deepen your relationship to the earth. Fun for the whole family! Admission fees apply. MORE >>

Blue Lake Public Radio

  • 300 East Crystal Lake Road
  • Twin Lake, MI 49457
  • Phone: (800) 889-9258
  • Region: Nearby

Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp serves the West Michigan Community with its Public Radio Stations, WBLV-FM 90.3 in the Muskegon area and WBLU-FM 88.9 in Grand Rapids. Thousands of listeners tune in for Classical Music and Jazz, along with National Public Radio’s award winning news programs. Check out our Online Program Guide or if you live in West Michigan or are planning a visit and would like a free hard copy of our “Listener” Program Guide, please call us at 231.894.5656. That’s also the numbe MORE >>

Boys & Girls Clubs of GR Youth Commonwealth

  • 235 Straight Avenue NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49504
  • Phone: (616) 233-9370
  • Region: Southwest

Boys & Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids Youth Commonwealth is a nonprofit organization (501(c)(3) run by a volunteer board of directors and staffed by trained youth development professionals, supplemented by part-time staff and volunteers. All of these people are dedicated to ensuring that our Club members have the skills and resources needed to become responsible, productive, and caring citizens in our community. MORE >>

Broadway Grand Rapids

  • 122 Lyon St. NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Phone: (616) 235-6285
  • Region: Downtown

The region’s major presenter of professional, national, New York Broadway touring productions performs downtown at DeVos Performance Hall. Tickets are $25-$65 through TicketMaster. Check out their website for show listings. For directions, see DeVos Performance Hall listing. MORE >>

Chamber Choir of Grand Rapids

  • PO Box 6814
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49516
  • Phone: (616) 452-4647
  • Region: Southeast

Circle Theatre

  • 1607 Robinson Road SE
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49506
  • Phone: (616) 632-1980
  • Region: Southeast

Circle Theatre presents five main stage and one Magic Circle children's show from May through September at the Aquinas College Performing Arts Center. A school and family series is presented September through May. Call for information. MORE >>

Lucious Lyon Sculpture

  • Corner of Lyon and Monroe
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Region: Downtown

Lucious Lyon, a Grand Rapids pioneer, was a surveyor and later represented Michigan in the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate. MORE >>

Chief Noonday Sculpture

  • Near GVSU's Eberhard Center
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Region: Downtown

Chief Noonday, also known as Chief Noahquageshik or Nawquageezhig - led the Grand River Band of Ottawa Indians and had fought alongside Shawnee Chief Tecumseh. When traders arrived in the greater Grand Rapids area, the American Indian leader helped welcome new settlers. MORE >>

Bishop Baraga Sculpture

  • Cathedral Square
  • 360 Division Ave S
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Region: Downtown

Bishop Baraga brought Catholicism to Grand Rapids when Michigan’s second largest city was barely a village. Baraga is known as the "Snowshoe Priest” for his trappings across Michigan’s wilderness. He is mostly associated with missionary work in the Upper Peninsula, but his second mission in the New World was established in 1833 in a cornfield west of the Grand River near present day Saint Mary's Catholic Church. MORE >>

Jay Van Andel Sculpture

  • Outside Van Andel Arena
  • 130 W Fulton St
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Region: Downtown

Jay Van Andel, Amway Corp. co-founder who founded an international medical research institute, provided major funding for the city’s public museum and with his partner, Rich DeVos, helped revive downtown with their redevelopment of the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel. MORE >>

Mayor Lyman Parks Sculpture

  • 300 Monroe Avenue NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Region: Downtown

Mayor Lyman Parks won an election to Grand Rapids City Commission in 1968, representing the Third Ward. He was the city's first African-American commissioner, and three years later was chosen by his colleagues to fill a mayoral vacancy. He later was elected mayor and served in the office until 1976. MORE >>

Helen Claytor Sculpture

  • Dr. Juan R. Olivarez Student Plaza
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Region: Downtown

Helen Claytor was an educator, civil rights activist, and the first African American president of both the Grand Rapids YWCA and the national YWCA. After serving in various roles at the national YWCA, Ms. Claytor became the first African American president of the local chapter. In 1967, she became the first African American president of the national YWCA. In 1984, Ms. Claytor was inducted into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame. MORE >>

Company of Art

  • 959 Wealthy Street Southeast
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49506
  • Phone: (616) 451-9650
  • Region: Southeast

Creative Arts Repertoire Ensemble

  • 2661 29th Street SE
  • Suite 1
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49512
  • Phone: (616) 464-3682
  • Region: Southeast

CARE has been introducing young audiences to the art of ballet since 1992. Each season CARE presents three ballets, each approximately one hour long. The ballets are condensed versions of classic ballets or original ballets based on children’s literature. The CARE ensemble is comprised of 20 student dancers and the additional cast members are selected through an open audition process that takes place each year in April. MORE >>

The DeltaPlex Arena and Conference Center

  • 2500 Turner Ave. NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49544
  • Phone: (616) 364-9000
  • Region: Northwest

The DeltaPlex is a comfortable venue that can accommodate a variety of events, from professional sports to major concerts to any type of private or public convention or exposition. The arena is even capable of holding a three-ring circus! Its two exhibition halls and arena provide a variety of arrangements for trade show booths. All rooms are adjoining and can be used together or separately. Ample parking is located onsite, making the DeltaPlex the perfect venue to host any event. MORE >>

DeVos Performance Hall

  • 303 Monroe Ave. NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Phone: (616) 742-6500
  • Region: Downtown

DeVos Performance Hall, located in the DeVos Place convention center, is Grand Rapids' premier performing arts facility. It is home to the Symphony, Ballet, Opera, and Broadway Theatre Guild. MORE >>

Dogwood Center for Performing Arts

  • 4747 West 48th Street
  • Fremont, MI 49412
  • Phone: (231) 924-8883
  • Region: Northwest

The mission of the Dogwood Center for the Performing Arts is to provide a welcoming environment where people can enjoy variety of arts, entertainment, and educational opportunities. MORE >>

Embellish Handbell Ensemble

  • P.O. Box 1497
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49501
  • Phone: (616) 915-0134
  • Region: Nearby

Embellish, a community handbell ensemble representing the greater Grand Rapids area, was founded in the fall of 1995 to be a professional level group that promotes the art of handbell ringing by providing a high quality musical experience for diverse audiences. Embellish is governed by a Board of Directors, and is incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization. MORE >>

Fed Galleries at KCAD

  • 17 Pearl St NW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Phone: (616) 451-2787
  • Region: Downtown

The Fed Galleries at KCAD feature contemporary exhibitions and a dynamic annual speaker series. We have nearly 4,000 square feet of gallery space in the Woodbridge N. Ferris Building, 17 Pearl St NW. Exhibitions in that space focus on major traveling exhibitions and nationally and internationally-recognized artists from around the globe. Gallery space in our 17 Fountain Street Building focuses primarily on student work. Open Tues-Thur 11-8, Fri-Sat 11-6 or by appointment. Summer hours vary MORE >>

Festival of the Arts (Jun)

  • Downtown Grand Rapids
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • Phone: (616) 459-1300
  • Region: Downtown

Festival of the Arts is a three-day community celebration in downtown Grand Rapids offering art, food, entertainment and fun activities for all ages. Always held the first full weekend of June. Ongoing for over 40 years, Festival is one of the longest-running festivals in the state. MORE >>

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