A Shipwreck Family Adventure Not far From Grand Rapids Over 100 years ago the cargo ship City of Boston went down off the shores of Lake Michigan. A terrible November snowstorm ran the ship into a sandbar in 1873 and the ship was lost… and left for people, generations later, to explore. When the ship wrecked it broke into pieces. Today, it lies in about 200 feet offshore in eight foot deep water. Shifting sands make exploring the wreck a hit or miss proposition; some days it is covered by sands and invisible, other days you can snorkel out and even stand on part of the ship’s remnants. ♥ sponsor ♥ Before You Swim, You Hike From the parking lot at Green Point Dunes Nature Preserve you will hike a little over a mile – over hilly, wooded dunes (watch
SUMMER IN GRAND RAPIDS WITH KIDS – 2014 Wondering what to do when the summer heat hits? Follow our summer list of activities in greater Grand Rapids for kids and
Aslan Comes to Life In This Student-Led Production Last night the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre and School of Theatre Arts presented The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe as part
My Kids Could Not Wait for Camp Rock: The Musical We have been counting down to this day for a while now…the opening night of Disney’s Camp Rock: The Musical
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