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WYCE @ Wealthy Theatre is back!
Community Media Center's virtual concert series is live from Wealthy Theatre, programmed by WYCE, streamed online, and on GRTV..
Coming up on Sunday March 14th at 6pm it's music from The Bootstrap Boys
More information is available at wyce dot org
WYCE at Wealthy Theatre featuring The Bootstrap Boys on Sunday, March 14th at 6pm, sponsored by Vertigo Music!
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
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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
MomsBloom provides support to families with a newborn by providing in-home, nonjudgmental support by trained volunteers. Support includes: parent education, Soothing and coping skills, emotional and physical recovery from birth, newborn care, light household tasks, connection to community resources and promotion of parent/infant bonding. Learn more at moms bloom dot org
Support for WYCE comes from St. Cecilia Music Center, home to the Acoustic Cafe Folk Series in Grand Rapids.
Due to COVID 19 St. Cecilia Music Center has moved from live shows to virtual offerings.
Coming up this Thursday at 7pm online it's a performance featuring music from jazz bassists Christian McBride and Edgar Meyer.
More information on shows and tickets to live streaming performances are available at S C M C - online dot org
The Lower Grand River Organization of Watersheds, or "L GROW", is an agency of the Grand Valley Metro Council whose mission is to discover and restore all water resources and to celebrate our shared water legacy throughout our entire Grand River Watershed community.
"L GROW" aims to increase the appreciation of the Grand River and its tributaries by engaging with community leaders to improve water quality, helping local watershed groups increase their effectiveness, and offering user-friendly watershed data and information.
"L GROW" provides a forum for sustainability issues of social equity, environmental action, and financial opportunities within our watershed.
To learn more about "L GROW", "L GROW dot org"
LGROW - Lower Grand River Organization of Watersheds
Join WYCE Friday mornings at 9 for Acoustic Cafe a two hour weekly radio show produced and hosted by Rob Reinhart.