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Advanced Health Care Directives

The Grand Rapids Area Library held a program in the, “Get Your Ducks in a Row,” series on Thursday, May 11. The featured topic was advanced health care directives, and was presented by Lori Hendrickson. During her presentation she shared: what a health care directive is, why it’s important for any adult to have one, and how to create it and make it legal. ICTV staff was a part of the audience, and recorded this important presentation for everyone to see. Watch it on ICTV’s Public Access Channel beginning on Monday, May 22 at 8:00pm.

From the ICTV Archives

Each Saturday afternoon at 3:00pm, ICTV pulls programs out of the archive of past productions and plays them on the Public Access Channel. Coming up on Saturday, May 13, we will be replaying the Summer Concert Series performance, “Music and More.” This will be followed by the Itasca Symphony Orchestra Pops concert from May of 2005. The following week, May 20, will begin with the 2016 Summer Concert Series program, “Keyboard Kaleidoscope.” This will be followed by the Itasca Youth Water Summit from 2016. Keep an eye on ICTV’s schedule to see what’s coming out of the archive next.

The Ballad of Newton Badger

The Grand Rapids Players presented, “The Ballad of Newton Badger,” on the Ives Studio Stage recently. Written by Nathan Bergstedt with music composed by Sam Miltich, the play featured beautiful backdrops, colorful costumes, excellent music, and a modern-day fairy tale story based loosely on Sir Isaac Newton. ICTV staff was in the audience to record the performance on April 1, which you can see on ICTV’s Public Access Channel beginning on Sunday, April 30 at 7:30pm. It is also scheduled to play on Wednesday, May 3 at 5:30pm; and Friday, May 5 at 9:30pm.

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