Musical season ends with family concert

The last night of music for the Rogue River concert series for the summer of 2011 is over, but the energy and the crowds of kids ended the season on a great note. Independent Bank sponsored the family concert with interactive music and plenty of fun. There will be plenty of other events, some including music, coming to Rockford in the next few weeks, as summer turns to fall, so watch for other chances to enjoy downtown shopping, parks and entertainment.

Photos by TOM SCOTT The last night of music for the Rogue River concert series for the summer of 2011 is over, but the energy and the crowds of kids ended the season on a great note. Independent Bank sponsored the family concert with interactive music and plenty of fun. There will be plenty of […]

Reading Rocks festival recognized by Governor Snyder

Representative Peter MacGregor presented Rockford Rotary Club a tribute from the State of Michigan, signed by Governor Snyder. Pictured (l-r) Sue Bodener, Pete MacGregor and KDL Director Lance Werner.

Governor Rick Snyder is a fan of Reading Rocks in Rockford, a Rockford Rotary festival, which just completed its second year. He sent an award of recognition for the reading festival, applauding the effort to promote literacy and the fun of reading in a day-long event with authors, celebrity readers, mascots, games, prizes, acting and […]

Fire department douses children for fun

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                        The Rockford Fire Department helped make the last few days of the Rockford Public Schools Summer Kids Rock program full of fun as they brought two fire trucks to the Parkside Elementary School playground and sprayed water into the air for the kids […]

Rockford goes global with Fashions Night Out

Shoppers are invited to experience a unique fashion event new to Rockford this year. Fashions Night Out is an unprecedented global initiative created in 2009 to celebrate fashion, promote consumer confidence and put the fun back in shopping. This year, Rockford is on board along with Grand Rapids, and businesses globally, including the United States, […]

Sitcom stars coming to West Michigan

Rockford will again be the site of a movie brought to you by Joel Reisig, who last year filmed “Win by Fall” in Rockford. The film is currently in preproduction for and will be a PG-rated Christmas movie titled “A Dog For Christmas.” The intended shoot dates in January and February will take place in […]