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Author: Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma

Our latest night of storytelling magic centered around the theme of local haunts. At first, there was confusion about what this meant. Were we telling ghost stories in August? The intended theme of the night was meant to inspire folks to tell stories about meaningful places in their lives, places that they would return to again...

The sounds of play have filled the Huss Project each Wednesday night this summer. Shouts of excitement and sometimes frustration have mingled with the sounds of balls flying through the air, paper rustling for the craft of the night, and crackers crunching between kids' hungry teeth. Now we invite you all to come share in this...

Though it was a bit obscured by the lead up to and execution of Future Festival 2014, we did gather on July 11 for another evening in our Summer Storytelling Series. As we at the Huss Project continue to seek new media and methods by which to share and listen to each other’s stories, we recognize there are...

At this year’s Huss Future Festival, we have another exciting lineup of music from classical tunes to folk jams! The music begins at 10:00am with a set by Jenny LaJoye, a musician from Grand Rapids who will be playing her own music from a recently released EP. At 11:00am, John Mark Wenger, a brilliant local cellist, will play with some...

We as human beings are inherently creative entities. We create through imagination. Imagination is at the heart of play; play is at the heart of learning and learning is best with friends. The Huss Project is a space for freely  imagining possibilities, creative collaboration, and celebration of the dreams and stories that we all have to...

Are you desperately searching for a fully operational snorkeling mask and flippers? Perhaps you've been coveting a giant poster of a race car driver, and surely no one's life can be complete without a full size Detroit Lions Snuggie. Have no fear, you can find all this and more at the rummage sale extravaganza happening...

Something peculiar is going on at the old Huss School property: the hallways are clean, signs are being painted, musicians are being booked, and rummage donations are rolling in at all hours of the night and day. A work group from Ontario recently helped clear out garbage, organize rooms, weed the garden -- only taking breaks to play...