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provides positive after-school sports and recreation programs for inner city youth ages 6 to 14. The Alliance motivates with a child's love for organized sports, teaches them how to excel in academics and how to achieve their highest level of self fulfillment and personal development, in physical, social, moral and spiritual aspects of life. More information: Y S A G R dot org
Center for Inquiry Michigan seeks to foster a secular society based on science, reason, humanist values, and freedom of inquiry. CFI promotes the use of critical thinking skills and fact-based research. They host educational and social events for adults and children as well as develop communities where like-minded individuals can meet and share experiences. Translating humanist values into action for the common good of humanity, members also give back to their community through service projects. Learn more at C F I Michigan dot org or on Facebook: facebook dot com slash C F I M I
WYCE's September Album of the Month club members are receiving "Juice" - the new album from Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood.
Two funky forces of nature reunite as jazz guitar giant John Scofield joins the endlessly inventive organ trio Medeski, Martin & Wood for an incendiary collection of greasy grooves.
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The West Michigan Cooperative is the region's first online farmers market. The Co-op serves as a way for local farmers and consumers to stay connected all year long. Co-op members make online purchases from co-op producers then pick up and pay for orders at the monthly pick-up day. Learn more at west michigan coop dot com.
WYCE Live at Wealthy Theatre fall concert series continues with an intimate performance by Joan Osborne Acoustic Duo - as part of the Love and Hate Tour - Thursday, October 16th at 8pm.
Joan Osborne has earned a reputation as a commanding, passionate performer and a frank, emotionally evocative songwriter. Her soulful songcraft reaches a new level of musical and lyrical resonance on her eighth studio album "Love and Hate." The seven-time Grammy nominee is joined in performance by pianist Keith Cotton.
Special guest Ruston Kelly opens the show.
Tickets are just $25 in advance for CMC members and available now at Wealthy Theatre dot org or by calling (616) 459-4788 extension 130.
Proceeds benefit WYCE and Hospice of Michigan: Sound Service - bringing music into the homes of those in the final stages of life.
Support for WYCE Live at Wealthy comes from The Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse, Brewery Vivant, and Peaches Bed & Breakfast.
ArtPrize on WYCE- a brief message from CMC Executive Director Tom Clinton