Your Biz Your Town – Booze, bikes, science, and art

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This month’s Your Biz Your Town with Shelley Irwin was jam-packed with the brightest of organizations and businesses within West Michigan.
The full interview with Multi-Lab LLC., Russo’s International Market, West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology, and North Quarter of Grand Rapids can be found here.

Multi-Lab LLC.

Born and bred in West Michigan, Multi-Lab LLC. is an industry leader in lab furniture, design, and installation. Multi-Lab hires locals, produces Michigan-made products, and works with international clients. What’s not to love? For more info on this badass company, visit:

Russo’s International Market

Alcohol delivery is now a “thing” thanks to Russo’s International Market. Fourth generation Russo family member, Eric Russo, discusses the logistics of the family-owned store’s grocery and alcohol delivery services. For more information on Russo’s delivery services, or to place your order, call (616) 942-2980.

West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology (WMCAT)

If you haven’t heard the news, WMCAT is moving to the vibrant West Side! WMCAT and Meijer are the only tenants that are currently confirmed for the upcoming “superblock” located between Bridge St. and Stocking Ave. Additionally, WMCAT will be re-airing its student-produced documentary Rhythm & Race: A History of African American Music in Grand Rapids, on May 11 at 7 p.m. at Wealthy Theatre. The viewing is free and no registration is required.
New this year to WMCAT’s lineup is their Summer Art Camps. These programs are offered to both GRPS and non-GRPS middle school and high school students. The three-day programs are offered at a variety of times and weeks throughout the summer. For more information, or to register for WMCAT’s Summer Art Camps click here.

North Quarter of Grand Rapids

The North side of Grand Rapids doesn’t get nearly enough love as it deserves. Support the North Quarter of Grand Rapids at the first-ever Tour De Quarter bike tour to showcase the changing landscape of the neighborhoods that compromise the North Quarter, including Cheshire, Creston, and Monroe North. This family friendly event will take place on May 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at City High School. For more information, click here.
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