Caledonia Chamber of Commerce - Community Events
The Caledonia Chamber of Commerce has created a Community Events Calendar that is a great resource for our families. If you are looking for events going on in Caledonia, check out their website to find events going on in Caledonia!
Community Based Opportunities
The community of Caledonia offers many opportunities for students to grow and flourish throughout their school careers and beyond. Whether your student prefers to participate in sports, STEM activities, or the arts, their needs will be satisfied by the broad range of quality programs offered. Please explore the links on this page to find out more information.
Upcoming Community Events
The community events listed below were submitted by non-profit organizations to keep your family updated about opportunities in the community. Caledonia Community Schools does not sponsor or endorse these activities. Please contact the specified organization for additional details.
Community Events Flyer Submission
- The district accepts submissions from non-profit organizations of non-curricular flyers that have a social, recreational, or educational value for students (Refer to Board Policies - 9700, 5722, 9700.01).
- Flyers are posted on the district’s Community Events webpage.
- Please note that all flyers must have a disclaimer stating, “This event is not sponsored or endorsed by Caledonia Community Schools.”
- Non-profits must use our Google Form to submit flyers.
- All submissions are reviewed before being published and CCS reserves the right to reject unsuitable or inappropriate postings at our sole discretion
- Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caledonia Community Schools is hosting two community forums to get public input on the use of Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds. We have set up two opportunities for our students, staff, and community, to engage in meaningful consultation with each stakeholder group and take into account their input. Check out our website and flyer for more information.
Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) is providing families FREE fresh Michigan grown fruits and vegetables at participating Farmers Markets when using your Bridge or Pandemic EBT cards. Check out their flyer for more information and to find a list of participating vendors.
For farm markets accepting Bridge Cards and Double Up Food Bucks (DUFB) in West Michigan go to www.westmichiganfarmmarkets.org. For local farms in the area where you can see how your food is grown and U-Pick educational opportunities and value go to www.fruitridgemarket.com.