CTRA 2015 Fireworks - Saturday, September 12
Bring the family to see the fireworks on the river! Unlike last year when we had a full moon, this year will have no visible moon at sunset (7:57PM). The fireworks will start around 8:30 and it should be a great show. The best view is from a boat on the river. Fireworks Map
The fireworks show is being funded through member donations and will not be using CTRA dues money. Donations can be made online using the PayPal button on the Membership page.
Be sure to check out the Fall 2015 CTRA Newsletter that is mailed to all property owners elligible for membership in the CTRA.
You can pay your CTRA dues for 2015 by clicking on the membership tab and selecting either the payment form or the PayPal payment option.
The Thornapple River Watershed Council will be doing their annual river cleanup on Saturday, September 19. For details on how to volunteer or donate go to their website or view their Brochure
Drawdown Update: The fall 2015 river drawdown will be starting a little earlier than originally scheduled. River levels should start dropping in the morning of Wednesday (October 7) rather than midday Thursday as in prior years.
Mission. The purpose of this organization is to protect and perpetuate the natural resources in and around the Thornapple River, Kent County, Michigan from the Cascade Dam south to the Alaska Bridge (68th Street). This organization shall also inform and educate riverside residents of their obligations to protect the environmental integrity of the river and encourage safe and responsible operation of watercraft. This organization shall also provide a single entity for riverside residents to deal with commercial businesses and governmental agencies in order to accomplish the purposes of this organization. This organization shall also engage in other activities to improve property values and enhance the experience of riverside living.
Last updated 5/6/2015 All Images unless specified belong to the CTRA.