Looking for something to do this week in Kalamazoo?  Never fear!  I’ve got you covered!

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July 6th

  •  Growlers VS Green Bay Bull Frogs: Homer Stryker Field. 7pm. $7 - $25. Continue the 4th of July weekend Celebration with a Monday Night Showcase! The Kalamazoo Growlers take on the Green Bay Bullfrogs, in a special Monday Night game! Not only will there be an awesome game but family fun and prizes are assured!

July 7th

  • United States Army Field Band and Soldier's Chorus Concert: Overlander Band Shell, Portage. 7 p.m.  FREE!  The United States Army Field Band has been thrilling audiences of all ages for more than half a century. As the premier touring musical representatives for the United States Army, they travel thousands of miles each year presenting a variety of music to enthusiastic audiences throughout the nation and abroad.Bring your lawn chairs, bring your blankets, and bring your family to enjoy this free performance and celebrate community.

July 8th

  • An Evening with Joshua Davis: Bell's, Kalamazoo. 8:30 p.m.  $20. Joshua Davis was raised in the folk tradition: the music, the social movements, the land. He writes songs that blend the roots of American music with gritty rock n' roll and vintage soul. For over 15 years Joshua has made his living sharing his songs, stories and knowledge across the US and Canada at festivals, concert halls, coffeehouses and dives - as a solo act, front man for roots ensemble "Steppin' In It", classic swing band "Shout Sister Shout", songwriter showcase band "The Starlight Six" and frequently as a workshop facilitator, presenter or instructor.
  • Birds and Coffee Walk: WK Kellogg Bird Sanctuary. 9 a.m. Adults $5/Children $3. Bring binoculars or borrow a pair from the Sanctuary.

July 9th

  • Gazelle Sports Historic Walk: 6:30 p.m.  FREE! Join Gazelle Sports and Lynn Houghton for another exciting historical walking tour around the Kalamazoo area.  Lynn Houghton is the Regional History Curator for the Western Michigan University Archives and Regional History Collections and co-author of "Kalamazoo Lost & Found." No registration is necessary!