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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
Wheatland Music Organization and WYCE present the 6th annual Winter Wheat - a celebration of traditional music and dance - at The Intersection Lounge, Saturday, January 10 from 12:30pm to midnight!
Proceeds from this year's event will go toward bringing a week-long summer music camp to the Festival site.
The lineup features three stages of music from WYCE favorites "Billy Strings & Don Ju-lin"; "Red Sea Pedestrians"; "Cabbage Crik"; "Delilah DeWylde & The Lost Boys"; "FOE-grass" and many more.
Tickets are on sale now at "section live dot com"
The Izaak Walton League aims to protect and use sustainably America's rich resources to ensure a high quality of life for all people, now and in the future. The Grand Rapids chapter is involved with outdoor activities, fishing, water issues, and conservation. For more information, "michigan ikes dot org." "Michigan I K E S dot org"
This Friday, join us for West Michigan's Biggest Night of Music! It's the 16th annual WYCE Jammie Awards - presented by Bell's Brewery - returning to The Intersection Lounge.
More than 20 bands will perform on two stages as we honor the best Michigan music with Best New Artist, Legacy Awards, and Best Album of 2014.
Bring your donation of non-perishable food items, gently used clothing items, or a donation of $10 or more to WYCE - and we'll send you home with free music.
Jammies 16 - coming your way this Friday the 13th!
Performance lineup and complete details at "WYCE dot org"
88.1 FM WYCE and the Grand Rapids Community Media Center present Catalyst Radio, a 30-minute weekly public affairs radio program of Community Media Center, focusing on local efforts. CMC's Catalyst Radio brings you interviews with organizations and people working on social change, community support, and media issues.Catalyst Radio airs Fridays at noon - exclusively on Grand Rapids' Community Radio Station, 88.1 FM WYCE.
Keep up with all the music we've been playing at WYCE dot org.
Our Online Playlist features detailed information on every song we play -- rate what you've heard and share your favorite tracks on Twitter or Facebook!
Just click on the ' Playlist' button at WYCE dot org to start exploring.
Grand Rapids Historical Commission, in collaboration with Community Media Center, presents "Glance at the Past." This brief historical narrative reflects on the people, places and events that shaped our community.
Find out much more about the Grand Rapids Historical Commission online at "history grand rapids dot org"
And tune in for "Glance at the Past" - exclusively on listener sponsored 88.1 FM WYCE.