Access to many valuable programs, resources, and organizations.
Join Celebration Cinema for a fun filled night of air bands battling for supremacy in support of HQ.
Instead of “Cash for Art,” this is “Cash for God’s Heart.”
Ferris State University’s summer semester is now a lot cooler for students who are interested in taking classes and living on campus.
Mother’s Day deals at Charming Charlie, Crabtree & Evelyn, Swarovski, and Teavana.
It’s an exhibit your child will not want to miss out on!
It’s a full week of activities, and fun for all ages.
It was an incredible Movie Night on Dancing With the Stars, featuring a performance from the cast of Descendants 2.
Hundreds of adults living with severe disabilities are waiting for homes. You can help by attending the bash.
Representative from Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital explain why vaccinating your children is so important.
Participate in the 3D Printer Challenge to join the STEM movement.
The winner of the contest will win a scholarship towards the college of their choosing.
The River Bank Run will be Daniel’s first “official” 5K, after accidently running the St. Rose one.
Non-competitive run with a Family Fun Area featuring inflatables, face painting, tattoos, and more.
Get your documents shredded for FREE Saturday thanks to AARP!
Maranda has great ideas for low-cost family fun!
Dozens of childcare providers, preschools, and family services so parents can explore multiple options at once.
$100 in Applebee’s Gift Cards, $100 in Visa Gift Cards and other surprises, all totaling $400 in value.
Youth Build has students work together to ensure success and provide a team atmosphere.
Divorce is one of the most stressful events in a family’s life – make sure your kid is dealing with it well.
Bronson Park to host Maranda Park Party July 6th
The Enchanted Forest two-day event comes to Camp Newaygo this weekend.
Samaritas’ photographer takes photos of families that are forced to split.
Representatives from Reset Ministry discuss their upcoming Anti-Bullying Weekend.
For years John Ball’s partnership with schools has helped distribute JUMP passes to kids in need.