ENRICHING THE LIVES OF NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH

 

MEMBERSHIP

Grandville Avenue Arts & Humanities (GAAH) offers programs at both the Cook Arts Center and the Cook Library Center. All programs are free for families living in the Roosevelt Park and Black Hills neighborhoods, or students attending César E. Chávez or SWCC schools. (If you live outside of our neighborhood boundaries or don’t go to these schools, some of our programs are still available to you, but have an income-based registration fee. Click here to see our neighborhood boundaries.)

When you complete this form, you will be signed up as a member at BOTH of our facilities, and you will be able to register for programs like Homework Help, After School Arts, Cook Library After School, Summer Learning Camps, Girls Rock! Grand Rapids, and more! Becoming a member is free, even if you don't live within our boundaries or attend a neighborhood school. 

CLICK HERE TO BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!

If you have questions as you fill out this form, feel free to give us a call or visit either one of our locations to get help!

Cook Arts Center - 616-742-0692
644 Grandville Ave. SW

Cook Library Center - 616-475-1500
1100 Grandville Ave. SW

GRANDVILLE AVENUE ARTS & HUMANITIES
644 GRANDVILLE AVENUE SW
GRAND RAPIDS MI 49503
PHONE: 616-742-0692
FAX: 616-742-5499