June Events

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Sundays

Gazelle Sports Dirty Herd. For those who love trail running and free weekly events, join a herd of runners alike as they navigate through the dynamic terrain and the orchard’s woods. Robinette’s Apple Haus & Winery. 4 pm. www.gazellesports.com/thedirtyherd

Mondays

Studio Night at Grand Rapids Brewing Company. Artists, writers, musicians and other creative workers are invited to gather in the back room to work on their own projects among accessible collaboration from fellow creatives and live background music. 25% discount for all who participate. Grand Rapids Brewing Company. 6-11 pm. www.grbrewingcompany.com

Comedy Outlet Mondays. Mondays are now for side-splitting laughter as local and statewide performers bring comedy through improv, sketch, music and even puppets. Dog Story Theater. 8-10 pm. www.dogstorytheater.com

Tuesdays

Free general admission at the Grand Rapids Art Museum from 10 am-5 pm. www.artmuseumgr.org

Tuesdays & Thursdays

Adult Ballet Classes. Master the strength of a football player and the finesse of a feline by learning ballet technique, stretching, conditioning and all the ways ballet can help you stay fit. Your first class is free. Meijer-Royce Center for Dance. 6:30-7:45 pm. www.grballet.com

Thursdays

Meijer Free Thursday Nights means free admission at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. 5-9 pm. www.artmuseumgr.org

Saturdays

Saturday Sips. Featuring four rotating draft beers from local breweries, bottled craft beer, a greenhouse herb-infused cocktail and a growler filling station, it’s a great way to check out the special brews our market has to offer. Grand Rapids Downtown Market. 11 am-3 pm. www.downtownmarketgr.com

Drop-In Family Saturdays welcome families to join the fun and participate in exciting art activities in the museum’s Education Studio. Grand Rapids Art Museum 11 am-5 pm. www.artmuseum.org

Wine and Cheese Saturdays. Sample wine from around the world complemented with the perfect cheese pairing. The Cheese Lady Grand Rapids. 1-3 pm. www.thecheeselady.net

All Month

Discovery of King Tut exhibit. Discover the tomb, the treasures and the offerings meant to serve the king on his journey to the Underworld with more than 1,000 reconstructed replicas and multi-media technology that will give visitors a vivid illustration of the ancient Egyptians. Grand Rapids Public Museum. For more information and exhibit hours, visit www.grpm.org.

Through the Eyes of Weidenaar. Grand Rapids Public Museum. For exhibition hours, visit www.grpm.org.

T.J. Wilcox: In the Air, Media Event at the Grand Rapids Art Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Thursday, May 14th 2015. For more photos, please join us on Facebook at Facebook.com/WLmag ©2015 Photography by Two Eagles Marcus for Women's LifeStyle Magazine. http://www.womenslifestyle.com - http://www.twoeaglesmarcus.com
T.J. Wilcox: In the Air at the Grand Rapids Art Museum

T.J. Wilcox: In the Air exhibit. This dazzling installation shows a time-lapse panoramic view of New York City shot from the roof of Wilcox’s studio throughout the day, interrupted by six short films inspired by the views from the studio’s windows. Grand Rapids Art Museum. For museum hours, visit artmuseumgr.org.

Surroundings: Yun-Fei Ji and Susanna Heller exhibit. Marvel at the distinctive two-dimensional works in panoramic formats created by the artists, complementing T.J. Wilcox’s In the Air exhibit. Grand Rapids Art Museum. For museum hours, visit artmuseumgr.org.

Henri Riviere’s Paris Lithographs. This exhibit showcases the museum’s collection of lithographs by the artist, featuring a series of views in and around Paris reflecting Riviere’s interest in Japanese prints. Grand Rapids Art Museum. For museum hours, visit artmuseumgr.org.

The Kent District Library is sizzling with all sorts of activities at their branches for children, families, teens and adults. Find times and info for these summer events and more at www.kdl.org.

Taking the Seas: the rise of the American aircraft carrier. Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum. For museum hours, visit www.fordlibrarymuseum.gov.

Through June 4

Spring exhibition of Splendors of Shiga. The exhibit features more than 60 Japanese historical works of art from pottery to scrolls, screens and more. Frederick Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Plan your journey at www.meijergardens.org.

UICA Movie: Slow West. Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts. For show times, visit www.uica.org.

Though June 14

Avenue Q. Thee multi-Tony Award winning musical brings adult laughs to Grand Rapids with the story of a human-puppet hybrid. Civic Theatre. For tickets and show times, visit www.grct.org.

Through June 15

Carol Klooster Herrendeen art exhibit. Forest Hills Fine Arts Center. For gallery hours, visit www.fhfineartscenter.com.

Through July 5

Through the Eyes of Weidenaar. Grand Rapids Public Museum. For exhibition hours, visit www.grpm.org.

Through July 31

Art of the Lived Experiment. Take some time to visit one or all of the exhibition venues and explore technological advancements, social stigmatization and the day-to-day experiences of people living with disabilities. Grand Rapids Art Museum. For exhibition hours and venue locations, visit www.artmuseumgr.org.

June 1

Adaptive Yoga for People with Parkinson’s. Help ease symptoms and decrease stress with help from Katherine Florentine. Cascade Yoga Studio. 1-2 pm. Register at www.cascadeyogastudio.com.

Girl Scout Alumnae Week: Bonfire. Join fellow Girl Scout alums for sharing memories and networking around the campfire, creating more memories for your collection. Camp Anna Behrens. 7-9 pm. www.gsmists.org

June 2

Girl Scout Alumnae Week: Breakfast. Gather around for breakfast with your fellow Girl Scout alums at this free event with delicious food and celebrating what it means to be a Girl Scout. John Ball Zoo. 8-9:30 am. www.gsmists.org

Small Business Class: Financial Awareness Basic Bookkeeping. Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women. 6-9 pm. www.growbusiness.org

Prospective Literacy Tutor Information Session. Literacy Center of West Michigan. 6:30-7:30 pm. Call (616) 459-5151 to register. www.literacycenterwm.org

June 2-August 15

LowellArts! presents Wild Africa. Papier mache animal sculptures, safari photographs, mixed media digital art and illustrations bring gallery-goers to Africa in this wild exhibition. Hudson Street Gallery. 10 am-6 pm (Tue-Fri) 1-4 pm (Sat). www.lowellartsmi.org

Meanwhile Movie: Thelma and Louise. Peter Wege Auditorium. 8 pm. www.grcmc.org

June 2-7

Kinky Boots. The Broadway hitabout discovering friendships and the belief that you can change the world when you change your mind. DeVos Performance Hall. For tickets and show times, visit www.broadwaygrandrapids.com.

June 3

Summer Concerts at the Gardens: Grand Funk Railroad with special guest Matthew Curry. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. 7 pm. www.meijergardens.org

Rapid Delivery Improv. Laugh along with the audience as the Grand Rapids Improv troupe puts on a show featuring multiple forms of improv and their new troupe members. Dog Story Theater. 7:30 pm. www.dogstorytheater.com

June 3 & 4

Intro to GROW. An excellent opportunity for those thinking of starting their own business with discussions of the programs and services GROW offers. Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women. 6-7 pm (Wed) Noon-1 pm (Thu). www.growbusiness.org

June 4

Reading the Great Lakes. This monthly book club explores our beloved Great Lakes. This month’s selection is A Woman Like Me by Bettye LaVette. 7 pm. For a complete list of books, visit www.grpl.org.

VIP and Sponsor Preview Party for Grand Rapids Symphony Women’s Cmmittee’s fundraiser ,“Brookby Enchanted.”  Attendees will stroll through the fairy gardens while enjoying a signature cocktail, light hors d’oeuvres and jazz in the garden. 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. $75. www.BrookbyEnchanged.org

June 4-6

The 39 Steps. A mixture of a Hitchcock masterpiece, a juicy spy novel and a dash of Monty Python covers the stage with a delicious, fast paced whodunit mystery. Circle Theatre. 7:30 pm. www.circletheatre.org

Living on the Edge XII: Should Have Said. Enjoy a different play each night during this entertaining series brought to you by Actors Grand Rapids. Spectrum Theater. All performances begin at 8 pm. For list of plays, visit www.actorstheatregrandrapids.org.

June 5

First Fridays: The Market. In addition to South Division’s sidewalks being flooded with local art vendors and entertainment, the Market returns to First Fridays featuring exhibits artwork at a variety of indoor sites. Make a night of it by visiting one of the featured eateries for food and drink specials. Between Fulton and Wealthy. 6-9 pm. www.avenueforthearts.com

Yoga for Golfers with Marti DeLong. Bring a golf club with you and learn some stretches to strengthen and improve your game. Expressions of Grace Yoga. 6-8 pm. Register at www.expressionsofgraceyoga.com.

Movies in the Park: E.T. The first of six films that will be rolling through the park this summer, providing the community with the opportunity to watch some of their favorite classics next to the Grand River while enjoying cuisine from local food trucks on site. Pack a picnic, bring a chair and a blanket and enjoy the movie in the company of the great outdoors. Ah-Nab-Awen Park. 7 pm. www.downtowngr.org

June 5-7

Festival of the Arts. The longest-running festival in Grand Rapids returns for its 46th year featuring arts, entertainment, and fun activities that put you in the crowd of Grand Rapids culture. Enjoy indoor and outdoor stages with music of all types, dance, films and more. Come hungry for the dozens of food booths you’ll find littered throughout the festival. Downtown Grand Rapids. For details, visit www.festivalgr.org.

June 5-7, 11-14

The Grand Rapids Symphony Women’s Committee invites you to see “Brookby Enchanted. Guests can visit the Blodgett estate for a tour of the iconic Broobky House home and browse the grounds featuring more than 25 fairy houses created by local artists. The estate is open to the public from 1-6 pm on June 5-7 and June 11-13, and from 11 am to 4 pm. on June 14. Tickets are $5 for kids and $12 for adults. www.BrookbyEnchanted.org.

June 5-18

UICA Movie: Nightmare. Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts. For show times, visit www.uica.org.

June 6

Reeds Lake Run. Choose to run or walk a 5K or a 10K around beautiful Reeds Lake during the run with something for everyone including a 10K wheelchair and handcycle division, a doggie dash for you and your favorite running buddy and multiple races for kids. Reeds Lake. 8-10:30 am. Sign up at www.eastgr.org.

Rain Barrel Workshop. Learn the valuable practice of how harvesting storm water for your greens decreases pollution in our Great Lakes by manufacturing a rain barrel for your home at one of West Michigan’s Environmental Action Council’s workshops. Rylee’s Ace Hardware (Michigan St. location). 9 am. For details and to register, visit www.wmeac.org.

Opening Reception for artist Barbara J. Brubaker-Thorne. Wonder at the works that Throne has made with a new interest in abstraction, cubism and a variety of mixed media. Visit during gallery hours to enjoy the exhibit throughout the month. Flat River Gallery & Framing. 2:30-4 pm. www.flatrivergalleryandframing.com

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Seth and May “Kick It Out” at the Local First Street Party on June 6.

Local First Street Party. Get ready to drink beer, eat food, listen to music, create art and kick off the summer at this free, family-friendly event that will have the community celebrating the season together. Bistro Bella Vita. 3 pm- midnight. www.localfirst.com/events

June 6 and 7

West Michigan Great Lakes Breakaway Bike MS Ride. You’ll cycle through routs designed to give you the best views of Lake Michigan’s shoreline during this event attracting everyone seeking a personal
challenge and a world free of multiple sclerosis. Hope College. 7 am (Sat). For details and to sign up, visit www.nationalmssociety.org.

June 7

Big Brothers Big Sisters fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings. Have a great meal, a good time and 20% of your purchase go to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Grand Rapids. Buffalo Wild Wings (Wyoming). 11-1 am. Download certificate at www.dabsj.org/events.

Build Your Own Bloody Mary. A great way to get your vegetable fixings, learn different mixes and start the week off well. Grand Rapids Downtown Market. 10 am-2 pm. www.downtownmarketgr.com

June 8

Adaptive Yoga for People with Parkinson’s. Cascade Yoga Studio. 1-2 pm. Register at www.cascadeyogastudio.com.

Jazz in the Park. The summer concert series will kick off with West Ottawa High School’s Jazz I and invites the community to spend an evening in the park, soaking up the warm weather and some honored jazz. Ah-Nab-Awen Park. 6:30-8:30 pm. www.wmichjazz.org

Foster Parent Information session. D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s. 6:30-8:30 pm. www.dabsj.org

Summer Concert Series: Natural Women. Enjoy a live performance of the music of Carole King in an up-close and personal setting before “It’s Too Late.” Circle Theatre. 7 pm. www.circletheatre.org

Lindsey Stirling: The Music Box Tour. DeVos Performance Hall. 8 pm. www.devosperformancehall.com

June 9

BISSELL Blocktail Party. You and and your best four-legged friend are invited to celebrate the BISSELL Pet Foundation’s 10th birthday featuring the King of Bling who will frost decorative designs on the dogs in attendance and Chris LaPorte who will be on-site to draw caricatures of your furry friends while humans sip and snack on delicious food. Mangiamo!. 6-9 pm. For tickets, have your human visit www.bissellblocktailparty.com.

Small Business Class: Financial Awareness Analysis 101. Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women. 6-9 pm. www.growbusiness.org

John Mellencamp: Plain Spoken Tour. DeVos Performance Hall. 7:30 pm. www.devosperformancehall.com

Meanwhile Movie: Blade Runner (The Final Cut). Peter Wege Auditorium. 8 pm. www.grcmc.org

Care Giver Training. Part of the CRN Diversity Academy, anyone with a passion to care for people from a wide range of cultures is invited to attend. Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan. 3-4:30 pm. To register, contact registration@aaawm.org. www.aaawm.org

June 10-13

The 39 Steps. Take a Hitchcock masterpiece, a juicy spy novel and a dash of Monty Python for this fast paced whodunit loved by all. Circle Theatre. 7:30 pm. www.circletheatre.org

June 10-August 12

Garage Bar Block Parties. From now on, Wednesdays will be the scene for live music, classic motorcycle and car displays and food and drink specials during weekly block parties the whole neighborhood is invited to with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Grand Rapids Home for Veterans. Garage Bar & Grill. 6-10 pm. www.garagebar.com

June 10-August 16

Splendors of Shiga, featuring treasures from Japan, re-opens for the summer displaying more than 60 Japanese historical works of art from pottery to scrolls, screens and more. Frederick Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. Plan your journey at www.meijergardens.org

June 11

Stars & Stripes Dash. Support veterans and show patriotism in this fun, family friendly 5k run/walk benefiting operation injured soldiers and decorate yourself in red, white and blue for the patriotic outfit contest where there will be prizes for the top three winners. Millennium Park. 7 pm. www.starsandstripesdash.com

Sizzlin’ Summer Concerts: The Kari Lynch Band. Enjoy the iconic country rock music as part of the LowellArts! summer concert series set in front of the historic showboat in beautiful downtown Lowell. Riverwalk Plaza. 7 pm. www.lowellartsmi.org

June 11-13

Kent Garden Club Estate Sale. Discover timeless treasures that will freshen your décor, creativity and surroundings this summer while benefiting the many programs sponsored by the Kent Garden Club. Ada “Red” Barn. 8 am-6 pm (Thu-Fri) 8 am-4 pm (Sat). www.kentgardenclub.org

June 11-August 11

Exploring Africa with Art workshops for kids. Complementing the Wild Africa exhibit, LowellArts! invites kids, ages 7-12, to a series of free workshops where guest artists work with students to create visual and performance art based on the culture and traditions of Africa. LowellArts! For more information and to register, visit www.lowellartsmi.org.

June 12

Annual Gold Scramble. The West Michigan Technology Association invites you to join them for breakfast, a round of golf, drinks, lunch and prizes at this outing that’s bound to be a hole in one. Gleneagle Golf Club. 8 am-3 pm. www.wmta.biz

Annual (S)Low Down. Join Slow Food West Michigan in a mix and mingle extravaganza with food artisans, friends, farmers, music and Potluck treats brought by you and the community. Lubbers Family Farm. 6:30 pm. Find tickets and details at www.brownpapertickets.com.

Put Cancer on the Ropes. All of the proceeds from this celebrity boxing event will support the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital and invites the community to support vital patient and family support programs while enjoying a bone-crushing show they’ll never forget. DeltaPlex Arena. www.helendevoschildrens.org

Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra with Jessica Roodvoets. Enjoy a relaxing evening with two different stress-reducing modalities. Expressions of Grace Yoga. 6:30-8:30 pm. Register at www.expressionsofgraceyoga.com.

June 12-14

Buttermilk Jamboree, a three day celebration of music and arts at Circle Pines Center in Delton, Michigan. www.buttermilkjamboree.org

June 12-25

UICA Movie: The Connection. Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts. For show times, visit www. uica.org.

June 13

The Richard and Helen DeVos Japanese Garden Grand Opening. Waterfalls, elevation changes, extensive boulder replacements, authentic Japanese structures and a functioning teahouse will cover eight acres of the gardens, adding a new experience and a perfect complement to the Splendors of Shiga summer/fall exhibit. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. 9 am-5 pm. www.meijergardens.org

DeVos Place 10th Anniversary Open House Celebration. Everyone is invited to enjoy fun, family activities including a ferris wheel and a carousel inside the exhibit hall. DeVos Place. 10 am-5 pm. www.devosplace.org

June 14

The 39 Steps. Take a Hitchcock masterpiece, a juicy spy novel and a dash of Monty Python for this fast paced whodunit loved by all. Circle Theatre. 5 pm. www.circletheatre.org

It’s opening day for the 10th anniversary of the Fulton Street Artisans Market. 11-3 pm. www.grartmarket.com

June 15

Adaptive Yoga for People with Parkinson’s. Cascade Yoga Studio. 1-2 pm. Register at www.cascadeyogastudio.com

Jazz in the Park. West Michigan Jazz Society presents Planet D. Nonet as part of the summer concert series. Ah-Nab-Awen Park. 6:30-8:30 pm. www.wmichjazz.org

Summer Concert Series: Forever in Blue Jeans. The music of Neil Diamond comes to life in a live performance featuring covers of his most popular songs. Circle Theatre. 7 pm. www.circletheatre.org

Ghost Stories for Grown Ups. Leave the kids at home for this 18 and up terrorizing, storytelling event inviting you to bring a blanket or lawn chair and gather around the campfire for a night of ghost stories told by talented storytellers that will send shivers down your spine. Blandford Nature Center. 9 pm. Register at www.grpl.org.

June 16

Parks Matter luncheon. Join the Kent County Parks foundation and co-founder of Gazelle sports, Chris Lampen-Crowell, for a complimentary luncheon and learn about the upcoming projects that will strengthen our community by enhancing our parks and trails. New Vintage Place. Noon. RSVP to info@kentcountyparksfoundation.org.

Small Business Class: Financial Awareness Financing Options. Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women. 6-9 pm. www.growbusiness.org

Meanwhile Movie: Boogie Nights. Peter Wege Auditorium. 8 pm. www.grcmc.org

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Indigo Girls at Meijer Gardens June 17.

June 17

Neuropathic Pain Management with Dr. Dave. Bring your most challenging cases and questions of neuropathic pain to this informative event. Keystone Pharmacy Seminar Room. 5:30 pm. www.keystonerx.com

Vintage Views Along Scenic M-22 Including Sleeping Bear Dunes book launch. Grand Rapids Public Library. 7 pm. www.grpl.org

Summer Concerts at the Gardens: Indigo Girls. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. 7 pm. www.meijergardens.org

June 17 & 18

Intro to GROW. An excellent opportunity for those thinking of starting their own business with discussions of the programs and services GROW offers. Grand Rapids Opportunities for Women. 6-7 pm (Wed) Noon-1 pm (Thu). www.growbusiness.org

June 17-20

The 39 Steps. Take a Hitchcock masterpiece, a juicy spy novel and a dash of Monty Python for this fast paced whodunit loved by all. Circle Theatre. 7:30 pm. www.circletheatre.org

June 18

Transgender: Defined and Updated. Join Dr. Julie Nemecek as she shares her personal journey and discusses what transgender is including research, the treatment of and legal efforts on civil rights. Grand Rapids Public Library. 7 pm. www.grpl.org

Summer Concerts at the Gardens: Michael Franti and Spearhead with special guests Nattali Rize and Notis. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. 7 pm. www.meijergardens.org

Sizzlin’ Summer Concerts: Those Delta Rhythm Kings. Enjoy blues and swing as part of the LowellArts! summer concert series set in front of the historic showboat in beautiful downtown Lowell. Riverwalk Plaza. 7 pm. www.lowellartsmi.org

June 19

Fire of Transformation Advanced Yoga Practice with Mimi Ray. Expressions of Grace Yoga. 6:30-8:15 pm. Register at www.expressionsofgraceyoga.com.

Movies in the Park: Dazed and Confused. Ah-Nab-Awen Park. 7 pm. www.downtowngr.org

June 20

K9K Race. People, pets, walkers and runners are invited to walk/run either the 3K or 9K course in honor of Grand Rapids Police Officer Andrew Elliott Rusticus. Riverside Park. 9 am. www.k9krace.com

Reeds Lake Art Festival. The adorable festival sponsored by Grand Valley artists is finally here bringing vendors, treats and art of all genres to East Grand Rapids. Reeds Lake. www.grandvalleyartists.com/reedslake

Good Vibrations: Understanding and Balancing Your Chakras. Learn about the energy centers in your body and help promote vibrant health and greater joy. Cascade Yoga Studio. 1-3:30 pm. Register at www.cascadeyogastudio.com.

Foundersfest 2015. Come to the brewery for a party featuring local food vendors and entertainment including Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Nahki, Medicine for the People and more. Founders Brewing Company. 3 pm. www.foundersbrewing.com

Opening Reception for the Wonderful Works of Cheryl Blodgett exhibit. Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres while admiring the artists marvelous paintings, exuding feminine strength and mystique. Merizon Studio. 4-8 pm. www.merizonstudio.com

June 20 & 25

Yoga Teacher Training Information Session. Expressions of Grace Yoga. Noon-1 pm (Sat) 7:35-8:30 pm (Thu). www.expressionsofgraceyoga.com

June 21

Summer Concerts at the Gardens: Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. 7 pm. www.meijergardens.org

June 22

Adaptive Yoga for People with Parkinson’s. Cascade Yoga Studio. 1-2 pm. Register at www.cascadeyogastudio.com.

Jazz in the Park: Steve Hilger Jazz Quintet. Sit back and relax as the park is filled with outstanding jazz, kicking off the week with some cool style. Ah-Nab-Awen Park. 6:30-8:30 pm. www.wmichjazz.org

Ghosts of Grand Rapids Walking Tour. Explore the haunted areas of your own neighborhood as the authors of Ghosts of Grand Rapids take you to well-known buildings around downtown and share their spooky, tragic history along with tales of hauntings and unexplained events. Grand Rapids Public Library. 7 and 8 pm. Register at www.grpl.org.

WYCE Live at Wealthy presents: Heartless Bastards. Peter Wege Auditorium. 8 pm. www.grcmc.org

June 23

Lids at the Library. To celebrate the Grand Rapids Griffins’ Put a Lid on It program, a limited number of free bike helmets will be distributed to kids ages 1-12. A parent or guardian must be present to receive a helmet. Grand Rapids Library (Seymour Branch). 2 pm. www.grpl.org

June 24

Summer Concerts at the Gardens: Gary Clark Jr. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. 7 pm. www.meijergardens.org

June 24-28

The Jungle Book. The classic story of a boy, raised by wolves, who must decide whether to stay with his pack or join the human world when he finds out he is one of them. Circle Theatre. For tickets and show times, visit www.circletheatre.org

June 25

Care Giver Training: Healthy Eating and Dental Care. Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan. 1-3 pm. To register, contact registration@aaawm.org. www.aaawm.org

Wellness Nights. Join the staff of GRNH for a night of mini facials, touch ups, smoothies, raw food and summer tips covering style and exercise. Grand Rapids Natural Health. 6-9 pm. www.grnaturalhealth.com

Sizzlin’ Summer Concerts: Steppin’ In It. Enjoy some American roots music as part of the LowellArts! summer concert series set in front of the historic showboat in beautiful downtown Lowell. Riverwalk Plaza. 7 pm. www.lowellartsmi.org

June 27

Riverboat Cruise and Canvas. Take wine and paint night aboard the Grand Lady Riverboat at this special event that includes a cruise down the Grand River and all your painting supplies. The Grand Lady Riverboat. 5:30-8:30 pm. Sign up at www.cruisandcanvas.com

Pepe Aguilar Latin Music concert. The Latino singer brings his 2015 tour to Grand Rapids, filling the stage with the Grammy earning music that makes him a legend. Van Andel Arena. 8 pm. www.vanandelarena.com

Eastown Bizarre Bazaar features more than 80 local artists, potters, sculptors, jewelry designers and bands performing throughout the day, in the heart of Eastown. 9 to 5 pm. www.eastown.org

June 27-28

GRASP Comic Expo. DeltaPlex Arena. 10 am. www.deltaplex.com

June 28

Grand River Water Festival. This free-of-charge, day long, music driven, environmental festival returns to draw together diverse groups of music-lovers in our community and raise awareness on water-quality issues through education between bands. Riverside Park. 11 am. www.grandriverfestival.org

June 29

WYCE presents: Live Lunch with Heather Maloney. Awe in the American songwriter’s startlingly soulful voice while having lunch provided by TacoBar Company. Wealthy Theatre. Noon. www.grcmc.org

Summer Concerts at the Gardens: The Del McCoury Band and Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. 7 pm. www.meijergardens.org

June 30

Meanwhile Movie: Thelma and Louise. Peter Wege Auditorium. 8 pm. www.grcmc.org

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