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Southern Gospel singers ”Souls Harbor” in concert Sunday, October 24

Holland, MI - Southern Gospel singers, Souls Harbor, will be preforming at New Richmond Baptist Church on Sunday, October 24th at 6:00pm. The performance will be accompanied by a two part sermon mini series, "What am I in Christ?"

The event is free of admission.

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Fall Fun in Holland

From: http://holland.org/

As summer soars into fall, Holland is still buzzing with adventure. At the Farmer’s Market, the blueberries and gladiolas of summer have turned into the pumpkins and gourds of fall—along with an impressive array of other local produce, meats, cheeses, bakery goods, and organically-grown vegetables.

Stroll the downtown sidewalks, sail the waters of Lake Michigan, or hike the trails in one of our wooded parks. After relaxing into the brilliant array of fall color, take in a play, musical theatre show, art film, or symphony performance.

Come join us for an autumn of breathtaking beauty and memorable adventure.

Annual Muste Lecture to Discuss “Islam and the Practice of Non-violence”

HOLLAND – Adam Ericksen, education director of The Raven Foundation, will present the address “Islam and the Practice of Non-violence” as the 2010 A.J. Muste Memorial Lecture at Hope College on Monday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m.

Hope College to Host "Safe Halloween" on Saturday, Oct. 30

HOLLAND - Several Hope College residence halls will be open to children trick-or-treating on Halloween during the college's "Safe Halloween" event.

A total of six residence halls will be open to young trick-or-treaters on Saturday, Oct. 30, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Harlem Wizards come to Zeeland October 26

The Harlem Wizards bring their tricks, hoops, and alley oops to the Zeeland West High School gym Tuesday, October 26, as a fund raiser sponsored by the Quincy Elementary PTO. Game time is 7 p.m. All tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. For ticket information, contact Quincy Elementary at 616-748-4700.

Zeeland foundation launches calling campaign October 19 to help students

The Zeeland Public Schools Education Foundation is launching a "phone-a-thon" October 19, 20, and 21 to raise funds for classroom projects at Zeeland Public Schools.  Local volunteers will be making the phone calls between 5 and 9 p.m. all three evenings.

 "We are pleased to report that all pledges made by our parents and citizens those three days will be matched dollar for dollar by an anonymous donor," Sabina Otteman, the foundation's director of development, said. "It's a great way to stretch your dollars while providing quality education projects at Zeeland Public Schools."

Click Here to view a colorful slide show displaying some of the many projects funded in the last three years by the Foundation. For more details, contact Sabina Otteman at sotteman@zpsef.org or call Zeeland Public Schools at 748-3003.

Chorale's 51st season kicks off with 'Sing Me The Universal!'

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Holland Chorale and Artistic Director Ryan Kelly announce an exciting roster of concerts for the 2010-2011 subscription year, including seasonal concerts spiced with world music, the much-loved Holiday Celebration Concert with the Holland Symphony Orchestra, and a community preview of the music to be featured in the Chorale's 2011 trip to perform at New York City's Carnegie Hall.

Season tickets, single tickets and brochures are available from the Chorale office by phoning (616) 494-0256, the website at www.hollandchorale.org and by mail or in person at 150 East 8th Street, Holland, MI 49423.

The four season subscription concerts include Sing Me the Universal!, Holiday Celebration Concert with the Holland Symphony Orchestra, Carnegie Preview, and Mass in Time of War.