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For many, the outdoor summer concerts at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park are a well-loved tradition—an opportunity to get lost in the sounds of a favorite artist; a chance to catch up with old friends; a moment to take in the beautiful Michigan weather.

Do you know a West Michigan woman who should be recognized for their contributions to the community? Nominate them for the 2021 West Michigan Woman Brilliance Awards!

While 2020 was a bust with lockdowns, closed businesses and cancelled events due to the aggressive onset of COVID-19, the Tulip Time Quilt Show Committee in Holland have used their creative talents to create a special keepsake to benefit the annual Tulip Time celebration, taking place this year from May 1-9.

As buds and stems start to emerge from the softened ground and on bare branches, it's the perfect time to celebrate the arrival of spring and all the refreshing splendor it brings with the GRAM's popular bi-annual Art in Bloom event, taking place March 19-21, 2021. The one-weekend-only exhibition celebrates the combined beauty of art and floral design, featuring 15 local floral designers.

Taste of Muskegon, the highly anticipated annual event attended by food and beverage lovers of all kinds, have adjusted their 2021 schedule in response to the current gathering restrictions, with the hope that they will be more relaxed come fall time. The festival, which usually takes place in June, is now scheduled for September 24-25, returning to Hackley Park for its 15th year.

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