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Goodwill Industries Week

Goodwill Industries Week

Goodwill Industries is giving back to those who donate May 1-7. As a special thank you for dropping off your donations you will earn a 20% off of coupon good through May 31st!

Do some spring cleaning in your closests and throughout your home. The donations made to Goodwill also help fund their mission to find people jobs.

Spring Fling Arts & Crafts Show

Spring Fling Arts & Crafts Show
Please join us for our annual Spring Fling Arts & Craft Show at the Holland Town Center! Friday from 4-9pm and Saturday from 9-4pm. 12330 James Street Holland, MI 49424. Near the Dutch Village (Factory Outlets).

Earth Day celebration planned at Tree Huggers

Earth Day celebration planned at Tree Huggers

News Release: 

Tree Huggers is planning an exciting Earth Day celebration April 22nd -23rd. We are hosting a recycling event with prizes, kids activities throughout the two days in addition to informational workshops taught by local experts. Friday night from 5-8 p.m. we are having a vegetarian/vegan potluck. We are encouraging the community to bring a dish to pass and their own reusable place settings. New Holland Brewing Company will be here and live entertainment will be provided by The Vandrie and special guests. Saturday at 6:00 p.m. we will be having a showing of the documentary "Tapped" which addresses the issues of bottled water.

Tree Huggers adds bulk refill station

Tree Huggers adds bulk refill station

News Release: 

Tree Huggers is pleased to announce that we have added a bulk refill station to our ever growing Earth Friendly product line. Customers can come in with their own containers to purchase a variety of bulk items such as shampoo, massage oil, all purpose cleaner, air fresheners and so much more. Tree Huggers has over 30 bulk items in the store customers can fill and most items are organic and locally made. The idea behind the bulk station is to encourage a waste free lifestyle and help reduce plastic and glass waste. Customers pay by the ounce and we have donated bottles for customers who do not have any on hand. Soon we hope to offer flour, rice, beans and sugar. All baking items will be organic and most locally harvested.

Tree Huggers is located at the Westshore Mall, 12331 James Street in Holland.

Hanging Out in … Holland

Hanging Out in … Holland

From REVUE:

New Holland Brewing Co. (66 E 8th St.) represents the best of Holland. Established in 1996, New Holland has grown from a scrappy two-man start-up to a thriving regional microbrewery that has a loyal following. Kelly Quintanilla, the Beer Babe, favors Mad Hatter IPA. Her parents bought her a bottle for her 21st birthday because of her teenage obsession with Alice in Wonderland. "It was my first taste of craft beer, and I've been a New Holland fan ever since," the Beer Babe said. The brewery has benefited from the trend favoring craft beer, which is growing while imports and macro breweries lose market share.

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Holland BPW’s Radio Program "Utility Connections" Takes to the Air at 12:30 p.m., Monday, January 10

Holland BPW’s Radio Program "Utility Connections" Takes to the Air at 12:30 p.m., Monday, January 10

 News Release:

HOLLAND, MI., January 6, 2011 – The Holland Board of Public Works (HBPW) announced today that it will host a half-hour weekly radio program on 1450 WHTC – to go live at 12:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 10.

The radio program, which will air every Monday, focuses on the utility services (electric generation and distribution, broadband, water and wastewater treatment) that are provided by the municipally-owned Holland Board of Public Works. "We’re very excited to be hosting this new program on WHTC. We intend to provide important utility-related information that will prove valuable to area residents and businesses," said Loren Howard, general manager of the Holland BPW.