The Rapidian

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In Season: Sept 16, 2017

by Fulton Street Farmers Market

A list of locally grown fruits and vegetables along with locally produced products available at your local farmers markets.

Catalyst Radio: faith, LGBTQ+ communities, and spiritual violence

by Catalyst Radio

Host Katie Gordon speaks with Scott Burden about the upcoming Change U Activist Assembly on Spiritual Violence: A Community Experience, a Community Response

Catalyst Radio relaunches with new team focused on community issues, social justice, media literacy

by Katie Gordon

The long-standing weekly radio show on WYCE begins a new chapter, with a renewed focus on sharing the under-told stories in our community..

Catalyst Radio: WMEAC takes action for a better environment.

by Catalyst Radio

For more than four decades, West Michigan Environmental Action Council has worked to influence legislation and lead educational efforts for the environment, with the Sept. 19 Mayor’s Grand River Cleanup as the next opportunity for local involvement.

Catalyst Radio: Challenge Scholars program uniting around advanced education for children's future

by Catalyst Radio

In its early stages, Challenge Scholars is drawing together community partners that include funders, public schools, higher education institutions and businesses.

Catalyst Radio: EmbodyGR uses yoga events as community service opportunities

by Catalyst Radio

With a mission to help people “feel good, do better,” Embody GR turns yoga gatherings into social benefit events.

Catalyst Radio: GRPM unveils Discovery of King Tut exhibit, featuring interactive media

by Catalyst Radio

Exhibit at Grand Rapids Public Museum gives glimpse into what archeologists saw when uncovering King Tut’s tomb.

Catalyst Radio: Buses By The Beach festival benefits Phoenix Society For Burn Survivors

by Catalyst Radio

Tickets are now available for the Memorial Day weekend camping and music event that features VW vans and many local bands, as well as raises funds for burn survivors.

Catalyst Radio: Child well-being, addressing poverty the focuses of community effort

by Catalyst Radio

Local social service organizations are using the PBS documentary “The Raising of America” to foster dialog and work for solutions to childhood poverty.

Catalyst Radio: NOW GR "Exploring the Future of Feminism"

by Catalyst Radio

The upcoming Then & NOW 2015 fundraising event on May 7 will highlight some of the unheard voices from the feminist movement, and celebrate the impact of activism.

Catalyst Radio: Heritage Theatre begins 25th anniversary season of classic-themed plays

by Catalyst Radio

Auditions for the new season get underway this weekend – April 25-26.

Catalyst Radio: Creative Youth Center teaches writing, gives youth enthusiasm for learning

by Catalyst Radio

CYC works to provide avenues for publishing kids’ writings, leading to a strong sense of identity.

Catalyst Radio: DisArt Festival takes over downtown, with nation's largest disability arts event

by Catalyst Radio

As part of Grand Rapids’ Year in Art and Access, the first-ever DisArt Festival has a mission to “change perceptions about disability, one work of art at a time.”

Catalyst Radio: Architecture environmentalist Mazria is keynote for Wege Speaker Series

by Catalyst Radio

This year’s Wege Speaker Series is the 19th annual environmental lecture event, beginning April 23 at Aquinas Performing Arts Center.

Catalyst Radio: Catherine's Health Center awarded grant for new Heart Smart Connections program

by Catalyst Radio

CHC’s aim is to provide high quality, affordable and compassionate health care to the underserved in the community, using collaborations with health agencies, hospitals, schools, churches, homes for the elderly, service clubs and neighborhood organizations.

Catalyst Radio: MomsBloom is women volunteering to serve women with newborns

by Catalyst Radio

MomsBloom is gearing up for the May 19 fundraiser BloomAwards, with sponsorship opportunities still available.

Catalyst Radio: North Kent Community Services helps rural area residents with basic life needs

by Catalyst Radio

NKCS provides services such as food and clothing pantries, meals delivery to shut-in senior citizens, and tax preparation assistance, with the goal of leading those in need toward self-sufficiency.

Catalyst Radio: Safe Haven provides refuge for victims of domestic violence

by Catalyst Radio

Education and empowerment of women are methods for Safe Haven Ministries’ goal of ending domestic violence.

Catalyst Radio: Blandford Nature Center offers acres of natural ecosystem land within the city

by Catalyst Radio

Michigan’s natural resource beauty is on display within the city limits of Grand Rapids, at Blandford Nature Center.

Catalyst Radio: Tax Credit Coalition to offer financial assistance information at Saturday fair

by Catalyst Radio

United Way’s Kent County Tax Credit Coalition helps those trying to meet basic needs, offering free tax preparation. Show Me The Money fair on Saturday at Alger Middle School includes financial seminars.