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Low Cost Fundamental Computer Classes in Wyoming

Low Cost Fundamental Computer Classes in Wyoming

The Family Network of Wyoming and St. John Vianney School will offer a fundamental computer class for 4 nights in the school's computer lab from 7:00 - 8:30 PM.  Classes are Thursday evenings, April 14th and April 21st and May 5th and May 12th.

These classes are intended for persons with little or no computer experience but have an interest in learning more about fundamentals.

Cost is $20 per person and classes will include word processing, the internet, email, digital pictures and other topics of interest to participants.  Class size is limited, so call Glen Walstra at 808-9113 to sign up or get more information.

Wyoming Temporary Sign Ordinance Info Meeting

March 31, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

The Wyoming City Council recently approved several amendments to the sign ordinance which are applicable to temporary signs. In order to ensure that businesses understand the ordinance changes and compliance requirements, the Insections Department is holding information meetings on Thursday, March 31 at 3 pm and again on Wednesday, April 6 at 8:30 am. The meeting will be held at the Wyoming Public Library located at 3350 Michael SW. Advance registration is preferred with the Parks & Recreation Department.at 616-530-3164 or the Inspections Department at 616-530-7285.

Magical Creatures at the Wyoming Library

***From the Kent District Library Website***

WYO - Magical Creatures
Event Type: Program for Families
Date: Monday, April 04, 2011
Start Time: 10:30 AM
Library: Wyoming Branch

Description: Wave a magic wand and e

Wyoming Friends of the Library Book Sale

***From the Kent District Library Website***

WYO - Wyoming Friends of the Library Book Sale
Event Type: Program for Adults
Date: Saturday, April 02, 2011
Start Time: 9:30 AM
Library: Wyoming Branch

Description:Great used books at bargain prices!

KDL Wyoming branch presents “Going Green”

KDL Wyoming branch presents “Going Green”

How does your garden grow?  Find out at the Going Green program taking place at the KDL Wyoming branch this spring. Come share in crafts and activities full of gardening goodness. Kids will learn about the life cycle of plants, how insects and people help the earth, and new ideas for going green. This program is for families with children of all ages.

Wyoming branch – Friday, April 8, 10:30 AM

Local Ministries Cross Racial and Denominational Barriers to Impact the Youth

Local Ministries Cross Racial and Denominational Barriers to Impact the Youth

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Three ministries from Grand Rapids to Chicago, The Re-Generation Place, The Dock Ministries, and Full Gospel Christian Assemblies International, are going beyond racial and denominational barriers to provide an opportunity for the youth of our communities to gather to spread the fire of God together.  The “A Voice 2 Be Heard” campaign will be launched at a youth rally this Saturday, March 12th, from 4:00pm – 6:30pm at The Dock Ministries located at 4669 South Division, Wyoming, MI 49548.  

Youth from West Michigan are invited to participate in the rally.  There will be live music, performances, food, prizes, and a platform for the youth to share the challenges of their generation.

For additional information about the A Voice 2 Be Heard campaign, please contact Pastor Tina Russell at (616) 617-9826.

Fair Housing 101 Seminar Offered in Wyoming

Fair Housing 101 Seminar Offered in Wyoming

Wyom., Mich., March 7, 2011 - The City of Wyoming Community Development Office is sponsoring a free housing seminar on March 24, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Wyoming Library.

Wyoming landlords, rental agents, property management personnel, real estate agents, residents and others are invited to attend the 3-hour training seminar hosted by the Fair Housing Center. It is designed to provide practical, up-to-date information to assist housing professionals in their daily compliance with federal, state and local fair housing laws.

The City of Wyoming prohibits unfair housing practices through its adopted City Code Section 42-53 and also has certified to HUD that it will affirmatively further fair housing.

A continental breakfast will be served. Attendees will receive certificates of seminar completion.