Oct 18 Godwin Heights football joins HQ to help youth facing housing crisis
As part of the Night to End Youth Homelessness, the gates will admit attendees to the game for a donation of vital items for youth facing housing crisis.
Oct 18 One weekend: Three amazing women authors! Oct. 20-22
All events take place at the City Opera House, downtown Traverse City.
Oct 18 Gerald R Ford International Airport opens new cell phone lot
Those waiting for incoming passengers now have a place to park and wait for free at the airport.
Oct 18 Indie Fest 18: Fabulous food, mix of music & spirits, art, on Oct. ...
The festival is anchored by three, nationally touring bands -- Switchback, The Accidentals, and The Hunts. 
Oct 18 The 22nd — and FINAL — Annual Grand Awards to honor theater excelle...
On Oct. 21st, the FINAL Grand Awards will fete the best of the best in the theatre community at Fountain Street Church.
Oct 18 On the shelf: ‘Infection: The Uninvited Universe’ by Gerald Callaha...
The author covers many topics in this slim volume; one surprising chapter reviews the link between schizophrenia and infection.
Oct 18 3 Activities to keep kids active this fall
Consider activities through schools in your area, and your local YMCA has great fitness options and activities for kids and adults in the cooler months.
Oct 18 Knowing trees
Tree identification is not only a satisfying part of nature study, it's also crucial for diagnosing pest issues and matching planting to suitable sites. Different tree species render variable amounts of ecological services.
Oct 17 Kentwood holiday season to start with disc golf tournament, Ugly Sw...
Fall Fling at Old Farm Park disc golf day will be Nov. 10, and the Ugly Sweater Cross County 5K run onNov. 17.
Oct 17 Grand Rapids symposium focused on Michigan opioid response
The Michigan Public Health Practice-Based Research Network (MI-PBRN) presents its 2018 symposium Friday, Oct. 19.
Oct 17 Fiesta Caribeña spices things up Oct. 18th at DeVos Performance Hall
Don't miss it: Live music, dance performance, salsa classes, DJ Tony Banks, and local art.
Oct 17 Agri-tourism: Farms provide some fall fun in West Michigan
Agri-tourism provides a way for farmers to diversify their offerings, helping to protect against challenging weather conditions and market fluctuations. 
Oct 17 Kent District Library goes mobile to reach underserved areas, impro...
With the desire to get books in children's hands, the Kent District Library turned to a low tech solution, a bookmobile.
Oct 17 Of ghosts and beers: The Mitten Brewing Co. has some tales to share
By Zac Sgro WKTV Intern   What is it about ghost stories that makes them so compelling? Is it the spine chilling effect, the adrenaline, [Read More]
Oct 17 School News Network: Women in skilled trades hone skills, explore c...
Women are networking, aligning talents and learning the scope of jobs available in the traditionally male-dominated fields.
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