Starting right now, you can get out and enjoy the warmer weather by visiting The Terra Square Farmer's Market in Hudsonville.
They will be open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. as well as select Saturdays.
Vendors will only be allowed to participate if they sell products that are necessary to support human health and life.
Market staff will also limit the number of people at the market, enforce a 6-foot social distancing, and provide hand washing stations.
Some vendors will also offer a pre-order and curbside pickup option.
Another place people can look forward to get out this week is the Getty Drive-In Theatre, opening this Friday, June 5.
The movies on the list include "Trolls World Tour", "The Invisible Man", and from 1978 "Superman" staring Christopher Reeve.
In order to maintain social distancing, they'll only allow 50 percent capacity.
To buy tickets ahead of time, you can go online to celebrationcinema.com.
Fees will be waived, and at the drive-in only credit cards will be accepted, no cash.
We know that you secretly love Costco for the free food samples. Rejoice because those return later this month.
The free treats had been temporarily suspended due to health concerns over the coronavirus.
The big-box retailer says samples are slated to resume in mid-June, but the experience will be different than what customers have been used to.
Costco's Chief Financial Officer isn't giving too many details away saying only that shoppers won't be able to pick up open samples with their fingers.
What started as a class project is helping to spread positivity during stressful times. A student at Milwaukee Area Technical College is spending his time photographing what he calls the "Faces of COVID-19."
Each photo shows a person with a mask on. Swipe the photo, and you'll see the person with their mask off. His classmates said it was cool to see the reveal behind the mask.
It was "Like- woah- you have a great smile! It made my day." He's photographed more than 60 people so far.
An acclaimed cartoonist is donating new illustrations to hospital workers and patients. Guy Gilchrist is the illustrator behind a "Muppets" inspired comic strip.
His sketches include Kermit, Road Runner, and Beaker. A doctor reached out asking for a couple doodles because not all hospitals have a lot of art. Now Guy's pandemic-inspired sketches will help brighten up hospital rooms across the country.
Gilchrist and the doctor who reached out to him are hoping to publish a children's book as well about the PPE Pals.