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"NAME OUR BAND" Posted March 03, 2014 Throughout the centuries, art has served as a reflection of our culture. The Downtown Development Authority has purchased 4 sculptures of musicians created by artist Robert Barnum that link music and sculpture together. They will be placed in Bridge Street Plaza in the spring. Until then, they will be on display at the G.L. Chamber of Commerce, 220 S. Bridge Street. You are invited to stop by - view them, and give us your suggestion for a name for the band. Please write down your entry and include YOUR NAME, ADDRESS and PHONE NUMBER and either drop off or mail to "Name Our Band" Grand Ledge City Hall, 310 Greenwood Street. Or e-mail your suggestion to Amee King at Aking@grand-ledge.com. Please use "Name Our Band" in the subject line. Deadline for entries is April 15, 2014.
CASH MOB this SATURDAY Posted March 03, 2014 This Saturday, 3/8 the Spotlight is on THE NAIL SHOP on River St. (next to Ledge Craft Lane). Mini manicure only $5. Be a part of Cash Mobs in Grand Ledge by assembling at a different business each Saturday and making a $5 purchase. Enjoy special savings and goodies while meeting up with your friends and neighbors in supporting your local businesses. For further details call 627-5210
11th Annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration Posted February 24, 2014 March 14-15 Downtown Grand Ledge. Friday is Great Irish Entertainment from 6-11pm at the Opera House. Tickets are $5 at the door. Saturday 11am - 4pm - Irish Stew Cook-off at the American Legion, 12pm - Free Movie at the Sun Theater, 2pm - Parade. Pub Crawl - 9pm. Check out their website for further details: glstpats.org
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!
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