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Master Arts Theatre's mission is to develop artists and to engage audiences in theatre that is enriching, encouraging, enlightening and positively impacting West Michigan. Master Arts offers four main stage shows per year and a youth summer stock production. In addition to main stage productions, they offer summer camps for youth, regular classes for children through adults, and a number of touring troupes that perform in a variety of venues. Located at 75 77th Street south west - Master Arts dot org
Ebony Road Players Â· 706 Griswold Street SW Â· Grand Rapids Â· MI Â· 49507
http://www.catherinescare.org/ http://www.catherineshc.org/ 1211 Lafayette Ave NE Grand Rapids MI 49505 Clinic office Phone: (616) 336-8800 Fax: (616) 336-9700 Development office Phone: (616) 233-0992
http://www.interfaithdialogueassociation.org/ 183 Lakeside Grand Rapids MI 49503 (616) 454 - 5960 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
http://thesightseer.org/ http://thesightseer.org/Listen.htm 213 Sheldon Blvd SE # 3 Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4557 (616) 235-0020
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"
Blandford Nature Center is a non-profit that believes children and adults learn best through personal experience. Blandford invites the community to get its hands dirty in nature - whether through standing knee-high in water to learn about stream ecology, getting a close-up view of an owl for the first time, or planting squash seeds to start a garden.
Blandford offers field trips, community programs, rentals, and day camps through an active outdoor environmental lab, led by a team of passionate, knowledgeable people with a strong link from past to future, promoting sustainability.
Blandford Nature Center has been a part of the West Michigan community for decades and continues to be your gateway to the outdoors!
Find out more by visiting "blandford nature center dot org" or calling 616-735-6240.
The Arc Kent County advocates for the rights and full participation of all people with developmental disabilities. Together with members, The Arc Kent County works to improve systems of support and services; connect families; inspire communities and influence public policy. They are committed to building inclusive communities through advocacy, support and information. More information at Arc Kent dot org
Adoptive Family Support Network nourishes the lifelong well-being of West Michigan's adoptive families by promoting access to post-adoption resources and raising awareness about families formed by adoption. Learn more at afsn.org
Babies are often referred to as "bundles of joy" - but caring for a newborn is also a very demanding job! Parents need a lot of help during that exhausting postpartum stage, when stress tends to run high and sleep levels run low. MomsBloom is a nonprofit stepping up to meet the need for postpartum support in West Michigan by sending trained volunteers to the homes of families with newborns that need help. Volunteers do things like hold babies while mom gets a nap or shower, or even help with dishes, laundry, and emotional support. Just a few hours of service goes a long way in helping parents gain confidence and become successful. For information on volunteering or signing up to receive services, visit moms bloom dot org