Heritage Blues OrchestraDon't Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down
And Still I Rise 2012 via Raisin Music
A little bit of everything.
Ebony Road Players Â· 706 Griswold Street SW Â· Grand Rapids Â· MI Â· 49507
Artists Creating Together is a nonprofit organization empowering people with disabilities to learn, grow, and celebrate through the arts.
Art is a vital part of development: it builds social and cognitive skills, fosters independence and promotes self confidence.
ACT believes art is a fundamental tool in helping people reach their full potential, and provides art class for all ages and abilities; ranging from visual arts, dance, and drumming, to gardening or creative healing.
To learn more about ACT's classes or ways to be involved, visit "artists creating together dot org"
Each weekday at 8:30 am and 5:30 pm, WYCE brings you music from our Artist of the Day.
We'll share a track or two and some fun facts about some of our favorite artists in celebration of a new album, birthday, important anniversary, or Grand Rapids appearance.
Hear WYCE's Artist of the Day - weekdays at 8:30 am and 5:30 pm. And find out more about each artist by visiting the new WYCE dot org!
West Michigan Blues Society strives to promote and preserve the appreciation of blues music as a great American art form.
Bringing Light to Those in Darkness hopeprojectusa.org
Support for WYCE comes from The Pyramid Scheme, a pub and music venue in the Heartside neighborhood.
Coming up on Friday February 14th in the venue it's MISSING U: A Robyn Valentine's Party w/ DJ RobotBoy
aka The Unofficial WYCE Jammies After-Party!
The evening will also feature a raffle, face painting, and more. Proceeds benefit the Grand Rapids Pride Center
Doors are at 9:30pm | ages 21+
Tickets and more details can be found at pyramid scheme bar dot com
MISSING U: A Robyn Valentine's Party w/ DJ RobotBoy - Friday February 14th at The Pyramid Scheme!
Lower Donnelly Hall
1700 Fulton St. E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
The Anxiety Resource Center Inc. or A-R-C was established in 2005 to create a physical place where people could come together and find SUPPORT, HOPE and INSPIRATION.
If you or someone you know is affected by an anxiety disorder, information can be found at anxiety resource center dot org for support groups, outings and other resources
or visit the center located at 312 Grandville Avenue on Wednesdays between 4pm and 9pm.