Women's History Month

Community updates: Thursday, March 4

by (The Rapidian)

Submitted 03-04-2021 under NEWS

City of Grand Rapids begins planning process for new Master Plan The City of Grand Rapids has begun the planning phase for its new Master Plan, it announced Wednesday. Work on the plan comes nearly twenty years after adoption of the city’s...

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Rediscovering Merze Tate: A remarkable African-American woman who grew up in our own backyard

by (Greater Grand R...)

Submitted 03-10-2014 under NONPROFITS

Discover how a tenacious African- American girl growing up in rural mid- Michigan in the early 1900s defied tremendous odds during the Jim Crow era by earning degrees at some of the world’s  most prestigious universities and then went on...

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Join the 25th birthday party of the Greater Grand Rapids Women's History Council

by (Greater Grand R...)

Submitted 03-25-2013 under NONPROFITS

On Thursday, March 28, the Greater Grand Rapids Women’s History Council celebrates 25 years of accomplishments and outlines its ambitious vision for the future. You’re invited to the party where there will be a tribute to the Council...

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Catch a peek Thursday night of a new book, "Tasting and Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Road Trip"

by (Grand Rapids Hi...)

Submitted 03-24-2012 under NONPROFITS

Two local women have tapped into the surging interest in eating fresh foods grown locally with a new book called "Tasting and Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Road Trip." Author Jaye Beeler and photographer Dianne Carroll...

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Catch a peek Thursday night of new book "Tasting and Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Road Trip"

by (Grand Rapids Hi...)

Submitted 03-24-2012 under NONPROFITS

Two local women have tapped into the surging interest in eating fresh foods grown locally with a new book called "Tasting and Touring Michigan's Homegrown Food: A Culinary Road Trip." Author Jaye Beeler and photographer Dianne Carroll...

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Essential role of "Women of the (Fruit) Ridge" presented Thursday evening

by (Grand Rapids Hi...)

Submitted 03-20-2012 under NONPROFITS

Ahh . . . the spectacular spring blossoms of sweet-smelling apple, peach, cherry and other fruit trees will soon be in bloom along "The Ridge," the legendary area northwest of Grand Rapids known for its breathtaking rolling hills and...

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