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Annual Fallasburg Arts Festival is Just a few Weeks Away

It began 45 years ago and is still going strong. The Fallasburg Fall Festival for the Arts is almost here.

LowellArts! is held annually in Fallasburg Park, approximately 20 miles east of Grand Rapids.  Set amid the trees of this historical site, the event features 100 unique fine art and fine crafts booths, food booths, and a children’s craft area.

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Grand Rapids Civic Theatre
Grand Rapids Civic Theatre
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Grand Rapids Civic Theatre Open New Season in September With Sherlock Holmes

I can't wait for this one, because I've been a fan of this fictional character for years.  He's non other than Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest detective.  He's bringing exciting mystery, intrigue, wit and surprise to the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre stage, running September 6 through September 21, 2013

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The Legend of Zelda With the Grand Rapids Symphony Tickets On Sale July 22

If you're a video gamer of any sort, I'm sure you are aware of the game,The Legend of Zelda™.  The game has sold over 62 million copies and has entertained generations with more than 25 years of magic and adventure.

Now, Zelda comes to life at DeVos Performance Hall on October 19th, with the Grand Rapids Symphony.

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Photo courtesy: Grand Haven Tribune
Photo courtesy: Grand Haven Tribune
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Grand Haven Lighthouses Getting Face Lifts

Our beautiful West Michigan lakeshore is a treat to thousands of visitors each year.  And, the State Parks are full most of the time.

When you're in Grand Haven, walking the channel is always fun and relaxing.  Out you go as boats come in from, or go out to, the BIG lake.  And, when you arrive at nearly the end, you find the iconic Lighthouse.

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flickr/ mrsdkrebs
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Kent District Library to Take Your Old American Flags

Many of us have an American Flag, and we display it proudly.  But, after many years, maybe yours is a bit worn, tattered, or even thread bare.

What do you do with an old flag, anyway.  Out of respect, you don't just throw it in the trash, do you?

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Restaurant Week Comes to Rockford March 18 – 23

Rockford-area restaurants are mounting an answer to the culinary zeal bubbling up in Grand Rapids by having their own Rockford Restaurant Week. This six-day, eight-restaurant series will showcase the dazzling variety of the Rockford dining scene while supporting those struggling with hunger in the community.

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The County fair Connection/flickr.com
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Ionia Free Fair Fun July 19-28th!

The Ionia Free Fair is this Thursday and will continue through Saturday, July 28th!  The Fair has been a tradition here in Michigan since 1857 and has been ranked as one of the Top 50 Fairs in the nation.

Over the years lots of big names have graced the Ionia Free Fair stage.  Some of the old timers include  Gabby Hayes, Les Paul, Buster Keaton, Sonny and Cher, and world renowned country artists Reba McEntire, Tim McGraw and Willie Nelson.

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www.MuseumsFree4All.org
www.MuseumsFree4All.org
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Grand Rapids Museums FREE 4 ALL Happens Again This Weekend!

It's time for another Grand Rapids FREE 4 All!  A few months ago we you about the first Free 4 All that happened in January, and I am happy to tell you that it was a GREAT success! All of Grand Rapids was invited to take advantage of FREE ADMISSION to  4 Grand Rapids museums in the month of January. The tally at the end of the the very first Free 4 All was 14,000 people.  The second one was just as successful so here comes number three for the museum Free 4 All!

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Soft Relaunch/flickr.com
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Last Day To Get Your Entry In For The Reeds Lake Run In East Grand Rapids

Today is the last day to get your registration entry in to compete in the Reeds Lake Run. The run this year will take place on Saturday, June 30th at 8am, Depending on your age and endurance level you can compete in the Kids' Races, the 5K Run & Walk or the 10K Run. All the fun takes place at Reeds Lake, lets hope for beautiful cool weather. Race fees are $25 if you get your entry in by today or $27 if you enter between June 23-28, or $30 if you are a last minute person and enter June 29 & 30. Just tack on an extra $10 if you are running both the 5K & 10K. Your entry fee will include a Reeds Lake Run T-shirt.

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monoel petry/flickr.com
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Grand Rapids Restaurant Week Has Moved From November To August

Grand Rapids Restaurant Week has moved from November to August!  I like that!  The weather is still warm, it's a nice break right before the kids go back to school.  November always seemed to be a bit busy what with Thanksgiving and the December holidays.  Experience Grand Rapids VP of Marketing Janet Korn said that last year's Restaurant Week generated between $500,000 and $700,000 in revenue for the 37 downtown restaurants that participated.

The organizers of Restuarant Week Grand Rapids are trying to attract more people from outside of the immediate Grand Rapids area.

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ArtFestival/flickr.com
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51st Annual Grand Haven Art Festival Kicks Off This Weekend

We're only a few months away from ArtPrize so look at this as the warm up!  The 51st Annual Grand Haven Art Festival is this weekend, June 23rd - 24th.  Washington Avenue will be turned into an outdoor art gallery.  There will be lots of local talent and it will also feature art from 150 of the nation's leading artists.  There will also be a Family Day Of  Fun, June 23rd, 10am-2pm, with arts and crafts activities for the kids.   Admission and parking are free and open to the public both days.

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West Michigan Chalk Art Festival 2012 In Byron Center

When I first heard about the West Michigan Chalk Art Festival, or really any event that involves chalk, what person do you automatically think of?  If you were living in Grand Rapids in 2009, Rob Bliss, of course!  Remember Chalk Flood? It's the same thing that happens every time I hear American Pie by Don McLean on the radio, on my iPod, wherever; my mind starts streaming images of the American Pie lipdub video (almost 5 million view so far!).  It's still as brilliant as it was the first time I watched it.  It's poetry in motion.  Kind of strange how big events and good music,  have a tendency of cementing memories inside the brain.

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