Nobody's Darlin'Nine Pound Hammer
Satan's Purse 2014 via Independent
http://www.intheimage.org/ 1823 S. Division Grand Rapids, MI 49507 (616) 456-6150
Blandford Nature Center is a non-profit that believes children and adults learn best through personal experience. Blandford invites the community to get its hands dirty in nature - whether through standing knee-high in water to learn about stream ecology, getting a close-up view of an owl for the first time, or planting squash seeds to start a garden.
Blandford offers field trips, community programs, rentals, and day camps through an active outdoor environmental lab, led by a team of passionate, knowledgeable people with a strong link from past to future, promoting sustainability.
Blandford Nature Center has been a part of the West Michigan community for decades and continues to be your gateway to the outdoors!
Find out more by visiting "blandford nature center dot org" or calling 616-735-6240.
WYCE's August Album of the Month Club members are receiving the 2nd album from Charleston, South Carolina's "Shovels & Rope," courtesy of Dualtone Records.
Equal parts rowdy and loving, the husband-and-wife duo of Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst radiates charm on the new album "Swimmin' Time"- due to be released nationwide, tuesday, August 26th.
Just $30 a month to WYCE let's you receive a handpicked CD in your mailbox each month! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe!
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Grand Rapids Community Foundation leads the community in making positive, sustainable change through grantmaking and leadership initiatives. Their mission is to build and manage our community's permanent endowment and lead the community to strengthen the lives of our people. GRCF works to foster academic achievement, build economic prosperity, achieve healthy ecosystems, encourage healthy people, support social enrichment, and create vibrant neighborhoods. More information may be found at GR Foundation dot org
http://www.grmuseum.org/ 272 Pearl Street NW Grand Rapids, MI 49504 616.929.1700 616.456.3977
Support for WYCE comes from Local First, presenting "The 10-by-10 Pledge"
Local First is asking people in West Michigan to shift $10 a week to local food for 10 weeks.
If 1500 people take the pledge, we can shift One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars into the local food economy.
You can start your pledge any time. With just a small change, you can be a part something BIG for our local food producers.
Sign the pledge at LOCAL-FIRST-DOT-COM.
WYCE, Orion Construction and The Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse present WYCE: Live at Wealthy Theatre fall concert series! The series opener is An Evening with Vieux Farka Toure, Monday, September 8th at 8pm.
Often referred to as "The Hendrix of the Sahara," Mali-born "View Farka Toure" is the son of legendary guitar player Ali Farka Toure.
His energetic live performances are known for dazzling crowds with dexterity on the guitar, palpable charisma, and a luminous smile, all of which break any language barriers.
He uses elements of rock, Latin music, and other African influences to create a sound all his own - while remaining true to the roots of his father's music.
View Farka Toure - performing Live at Wealthy Theatre - Monday, September 8th
Advance tickets are $18 for CMC Members and proceeds benefit WYCE and "Ebony Road Players" theatre group. Tickets at Wealthy Theatre dot org or by phone - 616-459-4788 x 130
http://thesightseer.org/ http://thesightseer.org/Listen.htm 213 Sheldon Blvd SE # 3 Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4557 (616) 235-0020