Kalamazoo events

September 01 2018

There’s a lot of people with something to talk about in the greater Kalamazoo area, and, thanks to a small army of volunteers, an audienc

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September 01 2018

Kalamazoo writer and former psychotherapist Deborah Gang will read from her novel, The Half-Life of Everything, at 6:30 p.m.

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September 01 2018

Join the Grandmothers of the Sacred We as they hold a water ceremony Sept. 13 to bless and pray for the waters of the Great Lakes.

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August 01 2018

Are you just dying to find some unique old item that’ll make you the envy of your social circle? Or to experience a little nostalgia?

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August 01 2018

You can get your free outdoor concert fix, from bluegrass to jazz to big-band music, this month at a variety of venues from Parchment to

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July 01 2018

Chase your blues away with three days of performances at the Kalamazoo Blues Festival July 12–14 at the Arcadia Creek Festival Place, in

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July 01 2018

The play that inspired a phrase that a lot of us use to describe our Monday mornings will be staged in several area parks in Kalamazoo an

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June 01 2018

Celebrate and support Southwest Michigan’s LGBTQ community at 2018 Kalamazoo Pride, a two-day festival this month at Arcadia Creek Festiv

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June 01 2018

It’s a heartbreaker, but, oh, so romantic.

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June 01 2018

With such memorable characters as psychotic puppets and flying pigs, Kalamazoo native Nathan Ginter has been making films since he was a

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