Appalachian Road ShowTribulations
Tribulation 2020 via Billy Blue
A mix of music that spans eras and genres.
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
Established in 1982, Comprehensive Therapy Center's mission is to meet the therapeutic and educational needs of adults and children with disabilities who are at-risk or disadvantaged, through skill building, academic enhancement and social emotional support. Comprehensive Therapy Center helps West Michigan residents to walk, talk, learn, work and play through speech-language pathology, sensory and motor therapies. Learn more at Therapy Center dot org
Ebony Road Players Â· 706 Griswold Street SW Â· Grand Rapids Â· MI Â· 49507
Heritage Theatre presents classic plays and plays with classic themes in Grand Rapids. Heritage Theatre works to present classic works from every era, so that these great stories can continue to entertain and enlighten.
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Heritage Theatre -- "The Place to Be"
Actors' Theatre, the off-Broadway of Grand Rapids, is committed to bringing West Michigan the best in entertaining, innovative, challenging and thought-provoking theatre. Actors' produces high quality, innovative works that, due to content or size, aren't seen on any other stage in Grand Rapids. Actors' Theatre is located on the Grand Rapids Community College campus in Spectrum Theater at 160 Fountain NE. More information may be found at actors theatre grand rapids.org
The Specialized Language Development (SLD) Center , a community resource of West Michigan, is committed to bringing the power of reading, writing and spelling to all individuals with dyslexia or other unique learning styles, enabling them to achieve their full potential. They are currently looking for tutors in the West Michigan area. The number to call to find out more is 616 361 1182.
The DAAC, formerly known as the Division Avenue Arts Collective is a volunteer-run, all-ages, substance and corporate interest-free music and arts venue.
To get involved, please visit "West Michigan dot J A dot org" today.