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Grand Haven Community Center All My Sons Grand Rapids Art Museum Diana - A Celebration Grand Rapids Public Library: Ottawa Hills Branch Jewels of Africa Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed Holland Museum The Cat Under the Hat: The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss Master Arts Theatre Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming The New Vic Theatre Parallel Lives Old Dog Tavern Ladies Night with Steve Pesch The Viceroy Delilah DeWylde and the Lost Boys


THURSDAY 2.17


Art Center of Battle Creek Creative Play: The Art of Lego Billy’s Lounge Black Milk / Gemstones / Red Pill Bobarino’s And She Was guitar/ vocals classic and current harmony focused favorites DeVos Place Boat Show Dr. Grins Darren Carter Fenian’s Irish Pub Irish Fiddle Lessons Firekeepers Casino Karaoke Founders Brewing Company The Little Village Record Release Show wsg The Brave Youth, Pistolbrides, Julio Gomez Frederik Meijer Gardens Jim Dine: Sculpture Gilly’s (inside The B.O.B.) Jazz Night with Mark Kahny & Tony Reynolds


Grand Haven Community Center All My Sons Grand Rapids Public Library: Madison Square Branch Jewels of Africa Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed Holland Museum The Cat Under the Hat: The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss Master Arts Theatre Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming Muskegon Museum of Art Primal Inspirations/Contemporary Artifacts The New Vic Theatre Parallel Lives


FRIDAY 2.18


The 411 Club, Kalamazoo Who Dat? Blues Band Art Center of Battle Creek Creative Play: The Art of Lego Baker Lofts, Holland Dinner Theater, “On Golden Pond” Billy’s Lounge We Be Jammin’ Reggae Night with Dub Dis Bobarino’s Bottoms Up DeVos Place 66th Annual Grand Rapids Boat Show Dr. Grins Darren Carter Farmers Alley Theatre Escanaba In Da Moonlight Fenian’s Irish Pub Sean Nos Irish Singing and Session Firekeepers Horse Cave Trio Frederik Meijer Gardens Jim Dine: Sculpture Grand Haven Community Center All My Sons Grand Rapids Public Museum Bodies Revealed


Holland Museum The Cat Under the Hat: The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss Kalamazoo Civic Theatre Wait Until Dark The Landing Lounge, Grand Rapids West River Drive Lemonjello’s K-Hex, Michael Sit, The Bald and the Beautiful Master Arts Theatre Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming The New Vic Theatre Parallel Lives Schuler Books and Music-28th St. location Live music in the Studio with Nik Thomasma


SATURDAY 2.19


Art Center of Battle Creek Creative Play: The Art of Lego Billy’s Lounge Cabin Fever Blues Series: Lucky Peterson Bobarino’s Bottoms Up DeVos Place Boat Show Downtown Grand Haven Soup & Slider Festival Dr. Grins Darren Carter East Grand Rapids Library Family Music Extravaganza Firekeepers Casino Ani Founders Brewing Company The Stereofidelics, The Wildfire, Alexis Frederik Meijer Gardens Jim Dine: Sculpture Grand Haven Community Center All My Sons Grand Rapids Art Museum Skate & Create Grand Rapids Ballet Mother Goose & The Boy Who Wouldn’t Do His Homework Grand Rapids Public Library: Van Belkum Branch Jewels of Africa


BEST BET: Beer


WINTER BEER FEST Fifth Third Ballpark, Comstock Park Feb. 26, 1-6 p.m. $35 advance, $40 at door (if available) michiganbrewersguild.org


SOME PEOPLE WILL DO ANYTHING for a great beer, including paying $35 to wander around the parking lot of a minor league ballpark in sub-zero temperatures. If this sounds like your cup of weisse, bundle up and join thousands of beer snobs, home brewers, n00bs, frat boys, social drinkers, hippies and reluctant designated driv- ers at the Michigan Brewers Guild’s Winter Beer Festival. This artic tent city manages to maintain


an intimate feel while covering enough ground to require a map, which tends to get more difficult to interpret as the day goes on. If you’re lucky, sporadic fire pits will be set up in an attempt to help raise body temps, but after 10 or so beers, nobody will even notice the snot-cicles hanging from the tip of your nose. Traipse through the lot to visit the more than 45 craft beer producers, who have lugged 250-plus vessels of beer across the state to this microbrew mecca. Ponder the dizzying dilemma of how to divvy up your 15 drink tokens, each redeemable for a loosely defined three-ounce beer sample. Even the unenvied designated drivers will have plenty to do, as local bands will take the stage throughout the day. But the real entertainment is in the people watching, which could involve costumes, hats, dancing and/or stumbling. The fest sold out in advance last year, so get your tickets now if they’re still available. Reported by Kelly Quintanilla


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