LaughFest’s 10 Day event featured more than 750 artists, who drew more than 45,000 attendees.
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Check out our list of 25 must try restaurants in downtown Grand Rapids! Includes favorite dishes, locations, and more.
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Get off the couch and get moving with these 5K and half-marathon training guides.
Air Zoo makes education come to life for kids during its Spring Break Camps.
DisArt is the largest disability art festival ever launched in the United States
Legacy Trust is a 2015 Connecting with Community Awards finalist.
Sensory movies are modified to be more comfortable for children with special needs.
The Fifth Third River Bank Run needs 2,000 volunteers at several events on race weekend.
Check out a list of Easter egg hunts throughout West Michigan in this week’s Five Star Family Fun Update.
The Grand Rapids DRIVE will host a purple game April 3 to raise money for Van Andel Institute.
Craig’s Cruisers is offering a wristband special every day during spring break.
Experts are saying that parents need to be on alert about child ID theft, and take action to protect their kids.
“There are 2,400 minors available for sale in West Michigan”, but Gazelle Girl Run will help.
Dunkin’ Donuts is giving away a free 16 ounce coffee all day on April 1!
Easter dinner isn’t complete without dessert.
Easter can be fun without the sugar high. Here are 25 ideas to fill an Easter basket with fun things other than candy.
This Easter make your dinner table tasty with these recipes.
Students at Vista Charter Academy learned that reading is their super power.
The Junior League of Grand Rapids hosted a health fair for students at William C. Abney Academy.
Sometimes all it takes is one idea like The Shack to change a whole community.
Davich Vision Center focuses on families and optimal eye health for children.
Grand Rapids Public Library offers programs for babies and toddlers, to get them reading early in life.