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KICK OFF THE HOLIDAY SEASON THIS FRIDAY, DEC.6 !! Posted December 04, 2013 The Annual Christmas Parade begins at 7pm with lights, music and Santa & Mrs. Claus on a fire truck! The parade begins at the fire station, proceeds down Bridge St. and ends at the Sun Theatre. Visit with Santa and then head into the Sun Theatre for a FREE showing of Shrek the Halls (25mins long). Also, the Christmas Kids Shop will be open from 4-8pm at Imagine this Church 227 S. Bridge. Kids can shop for gifts (everything is $2 or less) or watch the parade from inside. Be sure to stop in for the G.L. Rotary annual Chili Cook-off and see who takes home the Golden Crock for 2013. Tasting begins at 6pm and continues during the parade in the Miller Pharmacy Bldg. 204 S. Bridge. This event is free to the public, but please consider a donation as 100% of the proceeds benefit the Grand Ledge Emergency Assistance Program (GLEAP).
39th ANNUAL HOLIDAY TRADITIONS TOUR THIS SATURDAY & SUNDAY !! Posted November 26, 2013 "Homes, Churches, Tables & Trees" Saturday, Dec. 7th from 11am - 5pm and Sunday, Dec. 8th from 1pm - 5pm. The 2013 tour features four very interesting private homes dating from 1873-1928, a wedding chapel, two churches, The Opera House and The Museum all decorated for Christmas or Advent. Tickets are $8 presale, $10 at the door, $3 children 12 and under and $3 for only the Opera House. Available at the Opera House, Library, True Value or call Joan at 517-627-7247. Click on the link below.
The Christmas Parade is this Friday at 7pm !! Posted November 05, 2013 There is still time to register your group or business to be a part of our Night Lights Christmas Parade on Friday, December 6th. Click on the Forms Tab above and complete the online parade registration form!
A Short Welcome
Picturesquely situated on the Grand River, Grand Ledge received its name from the river itself and the sandstone ledges that tower like sentinels along its banks.
With a rich history and unparalleled natural beauty, Grand Ledge lies mostly within Eaton County and is 12.7 miles directly west of downtown Lansing. M-43 connects to Lansing to the east and M-100 serves as a connector to I-96 to the north and I-69 to the south.
This charming city offers small-town appeal with quick access to larger cities. Each season of the year offers time honored events and festivals for residents and visitors.
Filled with unique stores, shoppers will find a variety of items with exceptional customer service from business owners themselves.
Outdoor enthusiasts will experience all the adventures the area has to offer from rock climbing and walking trails to fishing and kayaking.
Come for an hour or come for the day and discover the treasure that is... Grand Ledge!