Looking for a one of a kind gift for someone special? A handmade quilt made by local women can be yours, and it all helps to provide free books for kids in the community!
As we get ready to celebrate Earth Day, WOTV4 Women crew member, Michele Fife, shares ideas on keeping your yard green by using plants native to Michigan.
A fun Easter party is planned at the Equest Center for Therapeutic Riding.
Get the kids involved in making some “egg heads.”
It’s the 4th Annual Grand River GreenUp— the largest Earth Day celebration on the lakeshore. Join clean up groups from Perrigo’s Holland and Allegan sites to help GreenUp the community!
Blythefield Hills Baptist Church is telling the story of a woman’s faith through World War II.
Chicks and bunnies are cute, but can be challenging as household pets.
Meijer has everything you need to get the kids involved in some healthy Easter snacks.
Maranda has her top five picks, plus a bonus, in this week’s Five Star Family Fun Update!
WOTV 4 women’s wellness expert Michele Fife shares tips on how to wake up healthier everyday with the fresh start of Spring.
WOTV 4 women’s baby expert Carly Munoz shares great tips on how to clean and organize the nursery for a happy, healthier room for baby.
See what’s available for summer camp fun in West Michigan this year!
Running takes motivation…. heart and dedication. So why do women do it? WOTV 4 Women asked that question to hundreds of women getting ready to hit the pavement for the Gazelle Girl Half-Marathon and 5K. See their inspiring messages!
This week the Social Sizzle featured an awesome event all about GIRL POWER! Thousands of women laced up their shoes for a one-of-a-kind event in West Michigan, The Gazelle Girl Half Marathon and 5K.
WOTV 4 women’s employment expert Janis Petrini shares how getting specific skill certifications can improve your chances of landing a job.
It’s a fun night to benefit local women. The annual gala provides a significant source of support for the Center for Women in Transition. Last year alone, the event helped raise over $75,000 for programs and services.