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Dear Prudence Jewelry Store Opening Sat. July 28th, 2012

Dear Prudence is opening in Gaslight Village on Saturday, July 28th! Located on Bagley Avenue, Dear Prudence is a jewelry store specializing in fun, funky, classic and cool lines of jewelry and girls hair accessories. To find out more about their offerings, visit and like their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/dearprudencegaslightvillage   We hope to see you […]

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Taste of East – August 16, 2012

The Taste of East is scheduled for Thursday, August 16th from 5 to 9 pm. Sample tasty dishes from Gaslight Village’s finest restaurants and enjoy fun and games for the whole family including live music from The Waxies, Lighten Up Francis, and Nick Stevenson! Best of all, the proceeds benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! […]

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Brush Studio Grand Opening in Gaslight Village – Thursday, June 21st

The grand opening of Gaslight Village’s newest business, Brush Studio, is just around the corner! They will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 21, at 2213 Wealthy St. in Gaslight Village. Brush Studio is an instructional art studio, which will allow patrons to create paintings on canvas while enjoying a glass of […]

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Reeds Lake Clothesline Art Festival – June 16, 2012

47th Annual Reeds Lake Clothesline Art Festival is happening on Saturday, June 16th from 9 AM to 5 PM at John Collins Park and the Gaslight District The best of the best from all over the country come to this event juried by Grand Valley Artists. Over 100 booths line the streets of East Grand Rapids […]

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EGR HS Musical

April 26, 27 & 28, 2012 – Click here for ticket information

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EGRNOW!

Support EGRNOW!—a voluntary campaign to help fund the immediate needs of East Grand Rapids public schools. The goal: to raise funds to save critical programs for our students. Over the past three years, state funding for our schools has been cut by $470 per student—$300 of it in this year alone. Due to cuts in […]

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