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Friday Night Concert Series returns to Holland

Friday Night Concert Series returns to Holland

From: http://www.cityofholland.com

The City of Holland's Department of Leisure and Cultural Services hand in hand with our sponsor Huntington Bank brings music to Kollen Park every Friday Night in the summer. With a diverse music line-up, the Bandshell comes alive along Lake Macatawa. Bring your chairs, your dinner and your dancing feet to Kollen Park and enjoy an evening of entertainment. All concerts are FREE!

Time:  6:30-8:30 PM

Check out our  lineup of performers for the 2012 season!  Click on the band's name for more information about the band. 

June 15:  Don Middlebrook & Living Soul 

June 22:  Soul'd Out Band

Street Performance Series returning to downtown Holland

Street Performance Series returning to downtown Holland

From: http://www.cityofholland.com

The Street Performance Series takes place in Downtown Holland every Thursday night from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm this summer! During the Series, artists from all backgrounds perform free for the public, filling the streets of Downtown with musicians, aerial acrobats, jugglers, puppeteers, balloon twisters, theatrical troupes, magicians, caricature artists, and much, much more.

Young and old alike are invited to delight in the sights and sounds of the street performers. Every week is different than the week before! The 2012 Series takes place from June 10 to August 30 and features almost 30 performing artists and groups each week. The Series is free to attend, but tipping the performers is highly encouraged!

The Street Performer Series is sponsored by Gentex Corporation and supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Holland Area Arts Council.

Holland Farmers Market Opening May 16

Holland Farmers Market Opening May 16

From: http://holland.org

On Wednesday, May 16, the Holland Farmers Market at the Eighth Street Market Place in Downtown Holland will open for the 2012 season. The Market features over fifty local vendors selling everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to plants, baked goods, floral arrangements, dairy products, and more beginning at 8:00 am every Wednesday and Saturday. The Holland Farmers Market also features a food court with dining options for breakfast and lunch, as well as street performers who entertain the crowds with music, magic, and more.

Zingerman's customer service workshop coming to Holland

Zingerman's customer service workshop coming to Holland

News Release:

The ZingTrain is rolling into Holland this summer!  On Tuesday, June 19, the Holland Area Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Holland Principal Shopping District (PSD) will host Zingerman’s of Ann Arbor as they present a training workshop on “The Art of Giving Great Service.”   The morning-long workshop will take place at the Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center (650 East 24th Street) beginning at 8:00 am.  While open to everyone, member businesses from the Holland Chamber and the PSD can attend at a discounted rate.

“Zingerman’s is well known for their amazing food and unique products,” said Mimi Fritz, Downtown Holland Marketing Director.  “And they have set the standard world-wide for great customer service.  We could not think of a better organization to work with for local businesses to develop individual actionplans to improve their quality of customer service.”

The workshop is designe

Reading Takes Center Stage in Hope Summer Program

Reading Takes Center Stage in Hope Summer Program

Reading will take center stage during the silver-anniversary summer of the Children’s After School Achievement (CASA) at Hope College.

Approximately 95 area elementary-age students will participate in CASA’s six-week summer session, which will feature the theme “Un Festival de Libros [A Festival of Books): CASA Celebrates 25 Years of Reading,” beginning on Monday, June 18.

“Good reading skills are essential to learning,” said Fonda Green, executive director of CASA.  “They lay the foundation for children to make their way through school and into the world of work and responsibility.  They also open up a realm of wonders by transporting us to any subject, location, or character within minutes.”

“Un Festival de Libros’ will help young CASA students to hone their reading skills through greater access to books and creative reading projects that will captivate their attention all summer,” she said.

Calvary Church to build playground and community park

On Saturday, May 19, 2012, Calvary Church in Holland is having a community build for their new Northside Community Park.

They are building the playground and community park on their campus to engage their neighbors. There are no parks or playgrounds within walking distance of Calvary Church, located at 400 Beeline Road in Holland, and many of the families either do not have a car or only have one car making it difficult for them to get to a playground.

This will be a state of the art playground and they are utilizing their congregation members to help build it. The build with take place on the 19th from 8am until dark, with volunteers helping at different shifts throughout the day.

Calvary is also hosting a 5k on Wednesday, June 20, 2012, to raise money for the upkeep and improvements to this park. You can read more about it on Calvary's website.

ZPS Annual Health Screening Night

ZPS Annual Health Screening Night

From: http://www.zps.org/

ZPS will again be holding our annual health screening night for athletes.  Various physicians will be offering their services on the following dates for the low cost of $15.00 CASH ONLY:

May 16 (Zeeland West & Creekside athletes)

May 17 (Zeeland East & Cityside athletes)

Last names beginning with:

A-G   6:00 - 6:30 p.m.

H-N   6:30 - 7:00 p.m.

O-U   7:00 - 7:30 p.m.

V-Z   7:30 - 8:00 p.m.

A physical card needs to be completed by your parent/guardian and turned into your athletic office prior to this event.

For more detailed information, see the attached flyer.

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