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Things To Do This Weekend (Oct. 30- Nov. 1)

Happy Halloweekend! There are tons of fun things to do this weekend in Michigan and we have rounded up the top five we think will make this holiday weekend one to remember.

1.Nancy Kerrigan’s Halloween on Ice

The two time Olympic figure skater will be performing with a cast of well known figure skaters including Johnny Weir, Nicole Bobek and Kurt Bronwing on Friday Oct. 30 at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids at 7 p.m. Halloween on Ice is one of the most successful and long running shows and is another fun way to celebrate the holiday.

Ticket options include a meet and greet, picture taking and even skating experiences and costume contests for the kids. Tickets range from $25-$85 and can be bought at Van Andel Arena and DeVos Place box offices, Ticketmaster.com or 800-745-3000

2. Molly Ringwald Revisits the Club

7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 at Forest Hills Fine Arts Center, Grand Rapids

Are you a Breakfast Club fan? You wont want to miss this! Not only do you get to watch the film on it’s 30th anniversary but Molly Ringwald herself will be there after the movie for a Q&A and discussion (insert iconic first pump.) Such a cool idea to celebrate the cult classic. A limited number of VIP tickets will be available a meet and greet with Ringlwald. Molly Ringwald Revisits the Club.

More information at fhfineartscenter.com

3. Noto’s Charity Wine Festival

Noto’s Restaurant will hold their annual Charity Wine Fest this Friday, October 30th. This premier wine and food event will feature exquisite Italian food prepared by Noto’s award winning chefs – accompanied by over 300 fine wines from Italy, Michigan and around the world. The event will also feature live musical entertainment by the Tom Hagen Trio featuring Rick Reuther. Local charities will benefit from your good time.

Head to notosoldworld.com to purchase tickets.

4. The Haunt

It’s your last chance to visit West Michigan’s Premier haunted house, The Haunt. Hollywood-quality sets, lighting and the latest special-effects technology combine with ghoulish experienced actors to scare the pants of you. Bring a friend, you don’t have to do this alone. Admission is $20. For more information head to The-Haunt.com

5. Halloween on Ionia 2015

This year Grand Rapids’ biggest Halloween party is back and you don’t want to miss out on the costumes, live entertainment, food and drinks. Ionia Avenue will be completely shut down between Fulton and Oak streets on Saturday, October 31st to accommodate for this massive good time. The event will be held outside from 3 p.m. to midnight. Come in your best costume because the first prize winner will walk away with $3,000, the second 1,500 and the third with $500.

You must be 21 to attend. The tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at halloweenonionia.com and ticketweb.com.

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