By Ashley Cole As we move into the festive season filled with gatherings often centered around food, it is once again time to think about tablescapes. Wandering around stores filled with cardboard turkey centerpieces,Read More »
Artist, Lisa Walcott, showcases her beautiful art.
October 30 (Thursday) - December 20 (Saturday)
Covenant Fine Arts Center
1795 Knollcrest Circle
Fridays and Saturdays Add fright into your October with a visit to this year's New Salem Corn Maze or get lost in the woods that have been taken over by witches. Which [...]
Fridays and Saturdays
Add fright into your October with a visit to this year’s New Salem Corn Maze or get lost in the woods that have been taken over by witches. Which scare experience will you chose?
Try to navigate through the 15-acre corn maze, in the dark, with dead ends popping up at every turn, putting you at risk for becoming the midnight snack of Corn Stalkers.
Tour the Witches Woods and see the horror and devastation they have reaked on the little town of New Salem.
For specific dates and times, visit www.witchesofnewsalem.com
October 31 (Friday) 11:00 am - November 1 (Saturday) 11:00 pm
New Salem Corn Maze
45416 24th St., Dorr, MI
Come celebrate Día de los Muertos with the [...]
Come celebrate Día de los Muertos with the Grand Rapids Public Library. Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that honors family and friends who have passed on. Loved ones come together to build altars that celebrate the life and memory of the dead. This is a time of celebration and joy, filled with talk and memories of those who have died. Altars from members of the community honoring family and friends will be on display. Every altar is unique and taken together they create a fascinating portrait of what the citizens of Grand Rapids hold close to them. Free and open to the public during opening hours.
For more information, visit www.grpl.org
October 31 (Friday) - November 2 (Sunday)
Grand Rapids Public Library, Main Library
111 Library St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Marks of Genius showcases the superb drawing collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, featuring 100 outstanding drawings, watercolors, and pastels spanning more than 500 years—many of them rarely exhibited. [...]
Marks of Genius showcases the superb drawing collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, featuring 100 outstanding drawings, watercolors, and pastels spanning more than 500 years—many of them rarely exhibited. The exhibition highlights the immediacy of drawing and explores its multiple roles as a means of study, observation, problem solving, a record of the artist’s imagination, and a medium for creating finished works of art. Both European and American artists are featured, including such celebrated masters as Tiepolo, Watteau, Fragonard, Gainsborough, Delacroix, Degas, Homer, Kollwitz, Schiele, Nolde, Matisse, Mondrian, Lichtenstein, Ruscha, and Warhol.
November 1 (Saturday) - January 18 (Sunday)
Grand Rapids Art Museum
101 Monroe Center NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Relax and rejuvenate – unplug from everyday life.
Enjoy some girl-time in this cozy location.
Speakers and topics are selected to inspire and empower you.
Fun and friendships await…
1 (Saturday) 8:00 am - 2 (Sunday) 12:00 pm
Yarrow Golf & Conference Resort
10499 N. 48th Street, Augusta, MI 49012
Karen Vogelmann - Mindset Coach of YourAwesomeLife.com
Real Pirates tells the story of the first authenticated pirate shipwreck in U.S. waters, Whydah. Through the diverse stories of the people who lives converged on board, you will be [...]
Real Pirates tells the story of the first authenticated pirate shipwreck in U.S. waters, Whydah. Through the diverse stories of the people who lives converged on board, you will be transformed back into time learning about the fierce storm that sank the vessel in 1717. The ship was located in 1984 off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts where it is still be excavated today. This exhibit will feature over 150 authentic artifacts including treasure, weaponry, everyday objects, and personal items.
The exhibit will go until April 2015. For more details, visit www.grpm.org
November 1 (Saturday) - April 1 (Wednesday)
Grand Rapids Public Museum
272 Pearl St. NW, Grand Rapids
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