Entries by Sarah Klassen

Read Muskegon to relocate to Downtown Muskegon Heights

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Read Muskegon to relocate to Downtown Muskegon Heights In partnership with the City of Muskegon Heights Downtown Development Authority, local non-profit organization Read Muskegon will open a Family Literacy Center at 26 East Broadway in the spring of 2017.  The center will act as a countywide hub for literacy with a focus […]

Come Join Us at Our Bi-Weekly Play & Learn

Play & Learn Hands-on Activities for Ages 0-5 ABC Learning Centers Chance for Parent and Child to Bond, Learn, and have FUN! FREE Snacks & Books!   1 PM to 2:30 PM Samuel Lutheran Church 540 Houston Ave.  Muskegon MI, 49442   March 6th March 20th April 10th April 24th May 8th May 22nd Call […]

Read Muskegon Presents: Vox Vidorra & The EduKators

Join us at the Frauenthal Center for Performing Arts on Saturday, May 21st for a great night of music by two talented West Michigan bands. All event proceeds will support Read Muskegon’s mission of providing free literacy programs to the over 21,000 low literacy adults in our county. Vox Vidorra (voxvidorra.com) is a four person indie/soul […]

7th Annual Scrabble FUNdraiser ~ March 5th

  Join Us For The 7th Annual Saturday, March 5th, 6-9 pm Watermark 920          Gather up your favorite Words With Friends addicts or your wordy co-workers for an evening of friendly competition and a little bit of healthy local rivalry all in support of Read Muskegon’s mission of creating a more literate […]

2016 Tutor Training Dates

Read Muskegon relies on volunteers to provide the majority of our services.   From 1-1 tutoring, to providing support in one of our classes, to helping at a family literacy event, there are a variety of ways you can make a difference.  You don’t need to be a teacher to volunteer, just a desire to […]

The Gift of Literacy – Part 2

In mid-December, we hosted our 2nd Annual Holiday Literacy Village for families involved in Read Muskegon programs, enrolled in local Head Starts or participating in other parent support programs. Parents and children made their way through nine stations, each focused on fun ways to build early literacy skills. Before heading home, each child was able […]