Each Spring, Grand Ledge celebrates Michigan artists and artisans, local culture, and our rich Victorian heritage by inviting visitors to join us for historical demonstrations and themed activities in our beautiful downtown, overlooking the river and picturesque ledges.
This year marks our 21st annual Victorian Days festival, and we are hard at work planning many exciting events.
We invite you to join us for this wonderful opportunity to discover Grand Ledge, explore our unique geography, learn about our rich history, and meet our friendly residents and shop-keepers.
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We're currently in the planning phase for 2017, and the new Gazeeater is still in the works.
In the meantime, you can get the scoop on last year's festival in the 2016 edition of the Gazeeater, the official newspaper of the Victorian Days festival. Packed with all the details you could want on the goings-on, events, and happenings, this is your definitive resource for all things Victorian Days.
Visit our Gazeeater page to read the 2016 edition or browse previous versions.
Announcing our 5th annual Grand Victorian Ball!
The society event of the summer season, our 5th annual Grand Victorian Ball will certainly be an event you'll not want to miss!
The ball begins at 7pm on Saturday, 6 May at the beautiful and historic Grand Ledge Opera House.Her Majesty Queen Victoria and Prince Albert will be in attendance, and guests may join a procession to be presented to the royal couple during the evening.
Some dances will be called by the talented and experienced dance prompter Mr Jim McKinney.
And to be at your dancing best, Our Dance Studio in Grand Ledge is offering a special 4-week series of Ballroom Dance Lessons to our attendees, beginning on Thursday, 2 April (details on our Ball page).
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For more information or to participate as a demonstrator, vendor, performer, or re-enactor, see our Re-enactor HQ, Demonstrator & Performer HQ, and Merchant & Sutler HQ pages.