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For over 25 years the Community Media Center has acquired and maintained technology tools, media services and community venues to benefit the Grand Rapids community. Explore this site to discover how CMC's television, radio, IT, education and live theatre resources are here to help you.
Our client web server will be undergoing maintenance on Monday, February 22nd between 11pm - 1am. There may be some downtime during this maintenace window which could result in our client websites not being accessible. We will do our best to keep this to a minimum.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to let us know by using the IT contact page link below.
WYCE, Grand Rapids Historical Commission and Glance at the Past celebrate Women's History Month. Today, we meet an early Grand Rapids fur trader.
Event date: February 12, 2010
Doors 7:15pm / Tickets $20/$15ADV
Henry Sapp better, known as Hen Sapp, has a unique, standing record at Wealthy Theatre: he has never produced an event here that didn't sell out. Since 2006 his annual gospel/comedy events have gotten bigger and better.
For positive comedy created by a good friend from right here in the neighborhood, consider coming out to Hen Sapp's 2/12 event at Wealthy Theatre - he's one of those people you'll soon be able to see "I knew him when."
The CMC IT team is proud to announce the launch of the new AAAWM.org, the online presence for the Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan. This included a whole new updated design focused on large text which is easy to read, and a font re-sizer to make it easier for any visitor's who may have a vision impairment.
The site includes a full news blog, a categorized event system which can handle repeating events and integrates with other portions of the site, a large database of services available by county, and the ability to add, edit,...
Grand Rapids Historical Commission and the Community Media Center present the local history radio project, "Glance at the Past". This is the story of the reservoir break and the heroic newsboy who saved the day.