Clarion Inn & Suites Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fun, Pat played disc golf with the guys, while Reagan and I hung out with the girls, ate yummy snacks, and played on the playground. It was so much fun!
After leaving the park we went to a little ice cream shop in Ada and got a yummy brownie sundae and walked over to a park right on the Thornapple river to play at the splash pad they had. The boys loved it, but Reagan was content sitting on the rocks in her cute swimsuit, watching them and eating her ice ...
... After feeding all the animals they take you on a safari ride through out the entire property where you get to see tons more animals! It was such a great time! Reagan was so exhausted from such an exciting day that she barely made it through the Safari ride and was asleep within 5 minutes of being in the car!
We headed back to Karyn and Pauls house so Reagan could nap and then headed over to Bob and Amanda's house for a great family BBQ. It was so much fun, ...
... a new building designed by a Thai architect with a few standout works, one being a streetscape by Richard Diebenkorn, the sort of painting that makes me wish I could paint like that,the other being Folding the Sheet, by local GR artist Rick Beerhorst, b. 1960. A couple of good Warhols. Also a show of Michigan Design which included some wful Chares Eames and Bauhaus furniture. Downtown GR has an enormous Alexander Calder red sculpture, you know big boys stuff! and ...
Our Kitchen Table Tree Walk
Date: Monday, April 22nd from 6-7:30 p.m.
Location: Garfield Park Pavilion
We will be munching leaves and nibbling flowers together in the park for Earth Day! There will be things like spruce tips, the nectar inside tulip tree flowers, blacklocust flowers, Japanese knotweed shoots, ...