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Indie Flea Artists Market

The Indie Flea is back! The first Saturday of every month at the Historic Wealthy Theatre & the Theatre's Community Media Center starting in October! There is an amazing amount of talented and unique vendors to shop everything from vintage, jewelry, art, body products and more! You can sign up to be a vendor too! We are always looking for talented creators who are as passionate as we are about creating positive change. Remember, we are environmentally responsible, so, no plastic please. Some of our creative vendors that will be at the Theatre's Community Media Center are: Silver Moon Soaps Ohlala Chocola Glass Goat Publishing The Dreadful Market and more... There are NEW opportunities for shoppers! Earn points towards Indie Flea Dollars with each admission & purchase! Get 1 point for checking in & 2 points for each product purchased! When you reach 50 points you'll receive a gift card to shop at the Flea! The gift card amount will be 10% of the total amount you have spent on purchases at the various Fleas. Bring your Indie Flea Dollar card with you each month you shop to get more points! Join us for product demonstrations as well! Learn about the passions behind the products. We will host various vendor demonstrations at: 11 am 11:30 am 12 pm 12:30 pm 1 pm 2 pm If you are seeking an application to be a participant at one of our events, please be advised that we work with and foster the development of a community of responsible emerging businesses that want to make a positive impact on our future by implementing local, social, socio-economic and environmental practices into their business models and operations. We do not allow any single serving units of plastic at our events. Plastic may be used for display items but anything purchased must be packaged in paper, recyclable or compostable material. Food is not an exemption. All food must be showcased with a clear covering and delivered to customers with a napkin or paper box/bag. In addition, each vendor is required to keep a purpose card at their booth describing their ethically responsible credentials. Every decision The Vendor Exchange, LLP makes is in an effort to create a positive change on local, social, socio-economic and environmental issues. This includes fostering the development of and providing sales opportunities for our collaborating partners. Thank you. You can fill out and submit an application online at: Shop Local. Shop Indie. Shop Conscious. Stay connected for updates on opportunities, get business tips and network! FB: The Vendor Exchange, LLP FB: The Vendor Exchange Community group FB: Ms. Merchant Magazine FB: Ms. Merchant Movement group Insta: The_Vendor_Exchange Insta: MsMerchantMagazine #TheVendorExchange #IndieFleaGrandRapids #MsMerchantMagazine#bethechange #ShopLocalShopIndieShopConscious Free Admission The October Event will be held in the Wealthy Theatre's Community Media Center only, also called The Annex. Stay tuned for our larger Fleas in both buildings. Art by Dayna Walton, Solstice Handmade

Premiere of Local Musician ShabazzGC's "616:Last Of A Dying Breed" Short Story/Documentary

An event free to the public *please note it will be a ticketed event* . The event will present a music showcase/listening party for the album release the day after the event, Although the rest of the event will be in a more theatrical event in which we will present the documentary about ShabazzGC, a local musician who battled depression, homelessness, and overcame it all through the strength of music on the projector screen for the audience to watch afterwards we will speak upon the album have a table set up with merchandise for people to purchase and meet the local artist who took part in this project i truthfully hope that you consider this event as a successful and new innovative way to capture our future youth's attention with music. thank you.

ACLU - Injustice: A Community Discussion on Criminal Justice in West Michigan

Join us for an important discussion on the status of criminal justice reform in west Michigan. Hear from Grand Rapids Police Department Chief David Rahinsky, Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker, ACLU Smart Justice staff, and community members. Questions about the relationship between police, prosecutors, and citizens continue to dominate the Americ...