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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.

What sounds better than a tropical vacation right now? Honestly, not much. Thankfully, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is bringing the warm weather and natural beauty to West Michigan with the 26th annual Fred & Dorothy Fichter Butterflies Are Blooming exhibition. Soak up the lush greenery around you while more than 7,000 tropical butterflies fly freely in the Lena Meijer Tropical Conservatory, now through April 30.

In honor of International Women's Day on March 8, 2021, Amway, Inforum, Meijer and Spectrum Health are hosting an online event, allowing women from across the country to meet virtually to discuss timely global issues.

When the first Downtown Holland Girlfriends Weekend was launched, the concept was simple: create an event during a typically slow month for retailers to help boost their sales until the busy summer tourist season.

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