Grand Rapids Public Museum hosting annual Fall Cultural Celebration
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan – The Grand Rapids Public Museum celebrates diversity with its upcoming fall culture celebration.
The cultural celebration begins on November 12th with the Anishinabe Culture Days. At this one-day event, school classes learn about the history and culture of West Michigan’s Anishinabe. It includes authentic dance and drum sessions, traditional storytelling, and more.
The celebrations will continue on November 13th with the Ethnic Heritage Festival. This event features music, art, food and more for the community to learn about different cultures from around the world.
If you are interested in visiting the museum on the occasion of the fall culture celebration, you can find out more here.