Todd Marcus Jazz OrchestraSummertime
Blues For Tahrir 2015 via HiPNOTIC
Fresh Tunes - Rock, Rhythm & Roll - Jazz Encounters - Global Rhythms - Under-Appreciated Gems - Deep Cuts - Musings
The Momentum Center for Social Engagement is a social and recreational program for people with mental illness, addiction, and disabilities. Members build community while participating in baking, yoga, meditation, outings around West Michigan, and more. Housed within the Momentum Center at 714 Columbus in Grand Haven is Just Goods Gifts and Cafe, where fair trade items are available, as well as local beverages and bakery treats.
The Momentum Center is operated by Extended Grace, a nonprofit grassroots social lab that believes all can thrive when we extend a little more grace to each other.
More information at 616-414-9111 or email "office at extended grace dot org"
http://www.hwmuw.org/Kent_County_Tax_Credit_Coalition.php Phone: 211 Heart of West Michigan United Way 118 Commerce Ave. SW Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Telephone: 616.459.6281 | Fax: 616.459.8460
Golden Age, Creston Brewery, and WYCE present the First Annual Golden Age Artist Market.
Local Spins on WYCE is a 1-hour exploration of the best music from the Grand Rapids area and West Michigan. The program often debuts new songs by seasoned artists as well as emerging acts who merit attention and broader exposure.
The show is hosted by John "SINK-uh-vitch" from LocalSpins.com, the website covering West Michigan's music scene. Each week, John invites local artists into the studio for live music and conversation.
Tune in for "Local Spins on WYCE" every Friday at 11am. And browse every archived episode online at WYCE dot org
To get involved, please visit "West Michigan dot J A dot org" today.
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