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In honor of Penguin Awareness Day on January 20, John Ball Zoo is drawing attention to the 24 Magellanic penguins in their care and how the community can also appreciate these incredible animals in person—even during the winter while JBZ is closed.

From cornhole and snow volleyball to Euchre tournaments, Snowfest is back in Downtown Muskegon.

If you're still looking for plans for New Year's Eve, look no further than the first-ever "New Year's Eve Gala" hosted by Grant Me Hope on Saturday, December 31, 2022, in Downtown Holland at the Civic Center Place.

The dancers of Grand Rapids Ballet (GRB), Michigan's only professional ballet company, will adorn the stage at DeVos Performance Hall with beautiful sets and beloved characters for the return of a holiday favorite, The Nutcracker, taking place December 9-11 & 16-18, 2022. The performances are part of GRB's celebratory 50th anniversary season.

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is once again welcoming visitors to take in the sights and joys of the holiday season with the 28th annual University of Michigan Health-West: Christmas & Holiday Traditions exhibition.

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