Spirituality: The Native American Path

The Grand Rapids Area Library held a program for the community on Tuesday, March 7. The featured speaker was Dan Jones, instructor at Fond du Lac Community and Tribal College. He talked about Ojibwe spiritual practices and how history has impacted them. Recorded by volunteer David Hayes, this program can be seen on ICTV’s Public Access Channel beginning on Sunday, March 19 at 9:30pm. It is also scheduled to play on Wednesday, March 22 at 5:30pm; and Saturday, March 25 at 7:30pm. Tune in to learn more about this very interesting topic.

Bebop with Aesop

The third and fourth graders from both Forest Lake and Cohasset Elementary Schools to the stage at the Myles Reif Performing Arts Center on Thursday, Forest Lake in the morning and Cohasset in the afternoon, under the direction of Lindsay Champion. The muscical performed by the students was an adaptation of some of Aesop's Fables, illustrated with song, dance and some acting too.

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, March 11, we will be replaying the Grand Rapids Area Male Chorus concert, “A Potpourri of Songs,” from April of 2012. This will be followed by the Grand Rapids Area Library program, “Artaria String Quartet.” The following week, March 18, will begin with the 2016 Summer Concert Series program, “Songs We Love to Sing.” This will be followed by the Hobbies, Inc.