The Tri-Cities Historical Museum plans to “Party like it’s 1959” as it celebrates 60 years of sharing the history of Northwest Ottawa County.
The artwork is now on display at the Armory Art Center, 17 S. Second St.
Residents are invited to view the finalists for the Village's Art in the Park project from 5-7 tonight at Seven Steps Up.
Several old schoolhouses in Ottawa County are coming full circle and are once again being used for education, with tours taking place for the first time on Sunday, June 2.
It’s Memorial Day weekend, so, whatever you do, take time to remember those who fought and died for our freedom and country.
The local theater group will perform A.R. Gurney’s “Sylvia!” on May 10-11 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and May 12 at 2 p.m. All shows will be held in the Grand Haven Community Center.
Resident of new retirement community displays his art.
It’s a great weekend to see what’s in store in the Village of Spring Lake. And the Grand Haven Farmers Market opens Saturday morning.
Spring is here and the events are crawling out from under the piles of snow (I think they’re all gone by now).
The Village of Spring Lake’s Art in the Park project has been awarded funds through the Consumers Energy “Put Your Town on the Map” competition.
It’s Easter weekend. The sad tone of Good Friday becomes Sunday’s Resurrection story!
Believe it or not, it is spring, and time to think about hitting the trails and hunting for Easter eggs!
The works of a former Crockery Township artist are on display this month in the Mezzanine Gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
“Icebound: The Ordeal of the SS Michigan” can be viewed through September in the small gallery at the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, 200 Washington Ave.
Spring break week comes to an end, so let’s enjoy the weekend before all those snow birds come flying back.