Things To Do In Creston, Grand Rapids


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  • Blessed Sacrament Church
    There are so many cultures in the world, each with its own beauty and distinct traditions. Experience something culturally new at Blessed Sacrament Church in Grand Rapids. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    2275 Diamond Ave NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Fairplains Cemetery
    Soak up some outdoor therapy in Grand Rapids' Fairplains Cemetery. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    2056 Diamond Ave NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Northfield Lanes
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Northfield Lanes facet_type_id: 24d74db0-5f38-1032-8f6d-a3b2d1688898 html_text: Bowlers of all ages and experience levels roll bowling balls down 16 synthetic runways at Northfield Lanes, doing their best to knock down all 10 pins. Automatic scoring machines make it easy to keep track of the results, and bumpers provide an added advantage, if desired. In between games, adults can head to The Tap, a full-service bar with a variety of draft beers.
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    2222 Plainfield Ave. NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Grand Rapids Karate Academy
    Signature service: Martial Arts Instruction Established: 1983 Reservations/Appointments: Optional Staff Size: 2–10 people Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours Pro Tip: Wear loose, comfortable clothing.
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    2115 Plainfield Ave. NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu Grand Rapids
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Ribeiro Jiu Jitsu Grand Rapids facet_type_id: 94fddb70-5f2b-1032-bccc-405e4a042973 html_text: 'Following in the Ribeiro tradition and teaching system, Ribeiro Jiu Jitsu Grand Rapids uncorks a wealth of wisdom during classes for men, women, teens, and kids. Head instructor Ryan Hyde—who has shared the mat with black belts, world champions, and professional MMA fighters—leads the facility’s teaching efforts. In addition to teaching the physical movements of BJJ, Ryan builds his teaching philosophy atop four main pillars: humility, respect, perseverance, and compassion. He deploys his pedagogical prowess during classes where he offers specific advice, but he also dusts off his teaching chops during the facility’s open mat sessions, when he takes on more of a mentorship role. In those sessions, students sharpen their skills by practicing with each other rather than sparring with the mall mannequin that keeps giving everyone the hairy eyeball.'
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    3150 Plainfield Avenue Northeast
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • The Hideout Brewing Company
    Once each new batch of beer has passed through Hideout Brewing Company's 280-gallon system, brewers transfer it from fermentation drums into kegs one by one. The hands-on process takes time, but brewmasters still manage to keep The Hideout's 32 taps filled. Drafts like the Smuggler's Hazelnut Stout and the Gangster IPA are available year-round, thought most of the bar's selection rotates among specialty and seasonal beers, as well as occasional hard ciders and meads. The brewers are often playful with different styles of beer, steeping chocolate and jalapeños or using wild yeasts that build a complex maze of flavors. Along with food from outside vendors, Hideout's pours pair well with a modest menu of bar snacks such as mini tacos, corn dogs, and soft pretzels. Drinking and dining commences on the main floor, where Prohibition-era photographs surround weekly rounds of board games and chess. Karoake wednesdays feature locals on vocals while Saturdays bill live bands for entertainment. Competitive shouts can always be heard drifting from dartboards, and there’s also a horseshoe pit in Hideout's backyard garden, where steeds respectfully leave their hoofwear before coming inside for a drink.
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    3113 Plaza Dr NE
    Grand Rapids, MI US

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