LiveArts raised 1.2 million dollars with 100% of the funds benefiting programs at the GR Symphony.
Tips for parents to prepare their child for overnight camp.
Pine Rest has tips on what to do if you are living with domestic abuse.
Grace Adventures lets kids create lasting memories while growing in God.
The Kroc Center offers day camps all summer long.
Ferris State University offers academic summer camps like Animation and Game Design.
Kent County Girls on the Run is taking its 5K Celebration to the streets of downtown Grand Rapids.
Gail Saukas explains how to figure out your debt to income ratio.
Maranda is giving away a week-long Ferris State University academic summer camp session.
Learn what a doctor recommends when it comes to controlling your child’s asthma.
The celebratory episode with show-stopping performances will feature past and present cast members and pro dancers.
If April showers are giving you a chill, check out this curried tomato soup recipe from our Healthy Eats crew member, Margaux Drake.
LiveArts was one night, on one stage with 1500 performers performing an epic storytelling adventure incorporating both music and dance.
Learn what you need to know before hitting the pavement for the first time.
The Fifth Third Junior fun run is Wednesday, May 6.
A shocking event on Grey’s Anatomy, April 23 left viewers and social media participants speechless.
Five downtown museums and arts institutions are participating in the 4th annual “Museums Free For All” event this weekend.
Looking for free family fun? Check out our list of activities you can do this weekend!
Hundreds of students participate in production at Van Andel Arena
See the technical side of this never-before-done production at Van Andel Arena
Four area students win National Medals in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
The largest temporary tropical butterfly exhibition in the country is still underway until April 30 at Frederick Meijer Gardens.
Maranda Where You Live will broadcast live from Van Andel Arena ahead of the unprecedented production.
The Next Generation program at Wedgwood Christian Services pairs young professionals with children.
Twelve-year-old Carter stars as the title character in the musical based on the book by Judith Viorst.