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4869 Becker Dr.
Allendale, MI 49401
Phone: (616) 892-8000
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Established in 1917, Hudsonville Christian School has nearly a century of teaching experience. Their curriculum is based on biblical teachings which helps in imparting faith in children. It focuses on the overall character of the student, nurturing them to grow spiritually, intellectually and emotionally. Their syllabus covers the bible, mathematics, social studies, science, art, physical education, language arts and music. Pupils of varied learning abilities are welcome here.
The DeltaPlex Entertainment & Expo Center is one of the finest locations to catch the best of events in Grand Rapids. It is also the perfect location to host any private or official function. Concerts, trade fairs, conventions, exhibitions, and even professional boxing matches are held here. The Turner Arena, the West River Hall, the Hillside Hall, and the Walker Ballroom are the four venues within the complex. For further information about tickets and bookings check the website.
Grand Rapids is set upon the waters of the Grand River, and has often been referred to as the Furniture City. A prosperous economy has led a number of companies to invest here. Today it is the cultural hub of Michigan and organizes annual festivals that draw inter-state visitors too.
This venue, built in the 1960s, hosts important business conferences and meetings. The center offers a choice of several spacious rooms, which are often used for lectures, fundraisers and banquets. Award ceremonies, such as the Michigan In-dustrial Education Awards, are often held here. People also visit the establishment for an occasional music concert. For booking dates and other information call for details.
This non-denominational sanctuary is deeply rooted to the local community. Besides their regular Sunday worship, Take Hold Church has a weekly student ministry and other activities that help the society. They regularly host musical performances and other cultural events.
Cathedral of Saint Andrew has been a center for spiritual solace in Grand Rapids. Being being a prayer house, it is also a place for choirs, hymns and holy readings. The church has an annual White Mass, Red Mass and Blue Mass that caters to health care and public safety. The church is also involved in a lot of charity and social work. The church is beautifully built with tall archways, glass paintings and floral decorations. Many art exhibitions also take place here. So overall, the place works towards the welfare and harmony of the community.
Hope College is a liberal arts college that was founded in 1851. It offers Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Music degree courses. The college also has its own athletic team and its students participate in many sports competitions including hockey, swimming and basketball. Robert H. Schuller, Annette Ziegler, William Te Winkle, and Jim Kaat are few of the many notable alumni of this college. For admission schedule and other details, call ahead.
Also known as the Tulip City and City of Churches owing to the presence of 170 churches, Holland is located upon the shores of Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa. It was settled by the Calvinist Dutch Settlers who arrived here to escape persecution back home. Annual festivals celebrate the city's Dutch roots, and all of the red buildings are decorated much to the delight of visitors.
Grand Haven was first settled by French Settlers who set up a fur trading post which led to the economic prosperity of this city which was incorporated in 1867. Today it attracts visitors for its lighthouse, wharfs, piers, boating, swimming, kayaking and fishing opportunities that abound in plenty.
Promoted as "The City Of Friendly People", Muskegon Heights was incorporated as a city in 1903. This Muskegon County city is on the south of Norton Shores and is a few miles from the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. Though a small town, it has its own water filtration plant and an inland lake. Some of the interesting sites to visit are the James Jackson Museum of African American History and the Rowan Park.
Known by several names such as "Lumbertown", "Port City", "Lumber Queen of the World" and "Skeetown", Muskegon enjoys its location on the banks of the Michigan River and the Muskegon Lake. Human settlement existed here seven-thousand years ago. Today it's known for its cultural life which sees the Michigan Irish Music Festival and Unity Christian Music Festival being held annually.