Over the next few weeks we're giving you a chance at winning $1,000 twice a day. All you have to do is enter the code word you're given here.
But have you thought about what you would do with the money if you won?! Sure, you can pay your bills or invest it but its EXTRA cash in your wallet...
There's no doubt about it, Grand Rapids is an awesome city. We've got lots of attractions and fun things always going on, we're a family friendly city and appeal to the younger crowd as well. Grand Rapids has A LOT to offer so no wonder why we make so many "best of" lists...
In honor of those who sacrificed their lives during the terrorist events of Sept. 11, 2001, the exhibit 9/11: A Day That Changed America, on loan from the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City, and a rescue vehicle used following the attacks, on loan from the Henry Ford Museum, will be on display at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum in downtown Grand Rapids.
The exhibits will be on display as
Pamela Alderman's "The Scarlet Cord" is at Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.
The ArtPrize entry helps to educate and raise awareness of the problem of human trafficking through multiple experiences inside of a 40-foot storage container.
"The Scarlet Cord" has been found in the public's Top 25 under the Installation category.
A government shutdown occurred at midnight this morning, and today it has people wondering how it's going to affect their lives until this whole thing gets sorted out. For the most part, unless they work for the government, most people's lives won't change at all. Check out a pretty comprehensive list of people affected and things you will be unable to do during the shutdown after the jump!
Turns out ArtPrize isn't the only way to gain free admission to multiple Grand Rapids museums on the same day.
'Museums Free 4 All' was announced this morning at the Grand Rapids Children's Museum. 'Museums Free 4 All' will give all visitors free admission to the Grand Rapids Children's Museum, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids Public Museum, and Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum.
Wow. Santa sure does get around.
The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum will hold a Holiday Open House on Sunday, December 4. Cookies, music, Santa, stories for the kids, and more.
They had me at "cookies".
Grand Rapids remembered September 11, 2001 today with a Scout Salute at Gerald R. Ford Museum.
The September 11 Scout Salute at Gerald R. Ford Museum has been an annual event since 2002. About 600 scouts were expected to participate during today's salute. The salute began at sunrise and went until 8:00pm when the day closed with a candlelight vigil.