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Arbor Circle believes in the positive power of healthy individuals and families to build a solid foundation for the future. They work to transform the lives of children, adults and families facing mental health, substance use and family issues, through a range of counseling and supportive services, many free of charge. Learn more at arbor circle dot org
Circle Theatre aims to enrich, entertain and educate our community through exceptional theatrical arts in an intimate setting. Circle serves the diverse segments of our community with multi-faceted programming through Magic Circle, Circle Presents, Main Stage and other performances. Performance schedule and information at circle theatre dot org
Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women [GROW] provides education, connections, and resources that create and strengthen women-owned businesses. GROW's vision is to provide women of West Michigan the education and resources that will allow them to strive towards their dream of achieving self-fulfillment and positive economic change. More information is available at GROW business.org
Tickets are on sale now for the 4th annual Buttermilk Jamboree, a fund raising music festival for Circle Pines Center.
This year's festival is June 13th through 15th with headliners Dar Williams and Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band -- plus tons of Michigan music - including Drew Nelson, Steppin' In It, Rootstand, Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys, Rachael Davis, Rick Chyme and many more.
Tickets at buttermilk jamboree dot org
The Community Spay-Neuter Initiative Partnership (C-SNIP) seeks to significantly reduce the overpopulation of dogs and cats in West Michigan by providing low-cost spay and neuter services and by supporting all efforts that promote humane population control. C-SNIP is always looking for volunteers who share the belief that sterilization of dogs and cats results in healthier pets and reduces the number of abandoned and unwanted pets. More information about C-SNIP can be found by calling 616-455-8220 or by emailing email@example.com
Disability Advocates of Kent County advocates, assists, educates, and informs independent living options for persons with disabilities and works to create a barrier-free society for all. Information on a wide variety of disability related issues is available for employers, organizations and other interested parties. Disability Advocates dot U S
WYCE's June Album of the Month club members are receiving Sharon Van Etten's "Are We There" - courtesy of Jag-Jaguwar Records
Sharon's new self-produced record "represents her growth, confidence, and progression in life and in music - the parallels of relationships versus career and the similarities, differences, struggles, and compromises it takes to do both."
With your donation of $30 a month to WYCE, you will receive a new hand-picked CD in your mailbox each month!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe!
WYCE and Frederik Meijer Gardens Summer Concert Series welcome Jason Isbell with special guest James McMurtry - Wednesday, June 11th at 7pm.
Jason Isbell is nominated for Best Song, Album of the Year, and Artist of the Year by the 2014 Americana Music Association Awards. A former member of Drive-By Truckers, his new album "Southeastern" was called "one of 2013's finest literary efforts" by NPR.
Jason Isbell with special guest James McMurtry at Meijer Gardens - Wednesday, June 11
Tickets at meijergardens dot org - M E I J E R gardens dot org
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