Grand Ledge Chamber of Commerce

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2024 Food Truck Registration
1/1/2024 - 12/6/2024
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2024 Market on the Grand
6/1/2024 - 9/28/2024
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2024 Yankee Doodle Day Vendors and Crafters
6/22/2024 - 6/22/2024
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2024 Yankee Doodle Days Parade Registration
6/22/2024
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$1000 Golf Scramble
8/16/2024
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2024 Grand Ledge Fall Festival
10/5/2024 - 10/5/2024
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2024 Night Lights Christmas Parade
12/6/2024 - 12/6/2024
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Events in the month of June 2024

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6/1/2024

A great place for farmers and artisans to sell their products directly to the community as well as food truck vendors who can provide tasty local foods.

The market is intended to foster local economic development and encourage business in Grand Ledge. The markets purpose is to also bring local produce and other locally produced goods to the people of Grand Ledge. Items include fresh local produce, homemade baked goods, handcrafted products, plants, honey, maple syrup, smoked fish, flowers, and other locally produced goods.

6/1/2024
CAHS Shelter Supplies Donation Drive at the Library: June 1-June 30, 2024
Help the Capital Area Humane Society: Cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs need food and other necessities as they wait for  adoption.  Support our Shelter Supplies drive by donating from their complete Suggestion List, or go online to Donate financially. Your kindness helps CAHS and the animals they care for! 
 
 Most needed Donations include those in blue and Bold:

Animal Needs:

General Shelter Needs:

  • Paper Towel, Liquid Bleach – 5.25% ONLY, Free and Clear Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • Dryer Sheets, Latex Gloves,Hand Sanitizer

Please note: *CAHS feeds Purina ONE to our shelter pets. Non-Purina ONE brands will be used for our community Pet Food Bank, which helps those in need of food for their furry family members. Click here to see our Amazon Wish List, or Click here to see our Chewy Wish List. Donations can also be sent directly to the shelter. All donations to the shelter are tax-deductible! Thank you so much for your generous donations! 

6/1/2024

Our Summer Reading Program (SRP) combines fun activities and entertaining events to support and increase reading skills – and learning – all summer long! June 1 - July 31.

GLADL offers traditional paper and digital options to participate in SRP, plus great resources for beginning readers to adults all available starting June 1. Stop in today or visit gladl.org/srp2024. We also have storytimes, themed entertainers and educators, creative crafts, and games both inside and outside all Summer long. And of course, we’ll have “Adventure” themed instant prizes for each completed reading log!

6/1/2024
Hey there summer! Kick off your summer in Wacousta! This year's celebration will be a welcoming of summer. This year's block party will focus on giving back to our community through fundraising and community outreach. The Wacousta Block Party helps Wacousta Cooperative Preschool raise funds for our student scholarship fund to ease the financial burden of early education on families. 2023 raised almost $3,000 for our school! We have been able to give out over $5,000 in scholarships since the Block Party first began. We love to bring our community together to celebrate! Join us for a local artasian market, food trucks, live music, kids activities, and more! We can't wait to see you!
6/3/2024
Design your own slime by mixing up a clear batch and adding fish, bugs, dinosaurs, glitter, or nothing at all.  You decide what kind of slime you make-- the choice is yours! Ages 6+
6/5/2024
Always wanted to go camping? Wondered where to start? Join us for this fun, interactive presentation from the Michigan DNR! Learn about types of camping, what to pack, activities to enjoy while camping, how to reserve a campsite, and the best state parks in Michigan! Q & A to follow. You don’t have to travel far to have a wonderful camping adventure with your family or friends. Ages 12+
6/7/2024
CAHS Shelter Supplies Donation Drive at the Library: June 1-June 30, 2024
Help the Capital Area Humane Society: Cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs need food and other necessities as they wait for  adoption.  Support our Shelter Supplies drive by donating from their complete Suggestion List, or go online to Donate financially. Your kindness helps CAHS and the animals they care for! 
 
 Most needed Donations include those in blue and Bold:

Animal Needs:

General Shelter Needs:

  • Paper Towel, Liquid Bleach – 5.25% ONLY, Free and Clear Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • Dryer Sheets, Latex Gloves,Hand Sanitizer

Please note: *CAHS feeds Purina ONE to our shelter pets. Non-Purina ONE brands will be used for our community Pet Food Bank, which helps those in need of food for their furry family members. Click here to see our Amazon Wish List, or Click here to see our Chewy Wish List. Donations can also be sent directly to the shelter. All donations to the shelter are tax-deductible! Thank you so much for your generous donations! 

6/8/2024

A great place for farmers and artisans to sell their products directly to the community as well as food truck vendors who can provide tasty local foods.

The market is intended to foster local economic development and encourage business in Grand Ledge. The markets purpose is to also bring local produce and other locally produced goods to the people of Grand Ledge. Items include fresh local produce, homemade baked goods, handcrafted products, plants, honey, maple syrup, smoked fish, flowers, and other locally produced goods.

6/10/2024

Our Summer Reading Program (SRP) combines fun activities and entertaining events to support and increase reading skills – and learning – all summer long! June 1 - July 31.

GLADL offers traditional paper and digital options to participate in SRP, plus great resources for beginning readers to adults all available starting June 1. Stop in today or visit gladl.org/srp2024. We also have storytimes, themed entertainers and educators, creative crafts, and games both inside and outside all Summer long. And of course, we’ll have “Adventure” themed instant prizes for each completed reading log!

6/10/2024
Start your summer off with an adventure kit. Make a DIY compass, adventure journal, and Flat Webster to take along on your adventures.  Take pictures of Webster’s adventures for display at the library. Ages 6+
6/11/2024
We’ll have our Minecraft server set up and the laptops ready to go. No experience needed -- all levels of players/builders welcome. Create your own story in the world of Minecraft! Ages 8 - 12
6/12/2024
Join us at 9:00 AM on the second Wednesday of each month in the City Hall Community Room across from the Chamber office.

Join us and learn about fellow Chamber members. 

6/14/2024
CAHS Shelter Supplies Donation Drive at the Library: June 1-June 30, 2024
Help the Capital Area Humane Society: Cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs need food and other necessities as they wait for  adoption.  Support our Shelter Supplies drive by donating from their complete Suggestion List, or go online to Donate financially. Your kindness helps CAHS and the animals they care for! 
 
 Most needed Donations include those in blue and Bold:

Animal Needs:

General Shelter Needs:

  • Paper Towel, Liquid Bleach – 5.25% ONLY, Free and Clear Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • Dryer Sheets, Latex Gloves,Hand Sanitizer

Please note: *CAHS feeds Purina ONE to our shelter pets. Non-Purina ONE brands will be used for our community Pet Food Bank, which helps those in need of food for their furry family members. Click here to see our Amazon Wish List, or Click here to see our Chewy Wish List. Donations can also be sent directly to the shelter. All donations to the shelter are tax-deductible! Thank you so much for your generous donations! 

6/14/2024
Event at Jackson® Field™
It’s Eaton County Libraries Day at the Jackson® Field™! Adventure Begins at Your Library this summer, so enjoy a great game at a special price, capped off by a FIREWORKS display! Your Eaton County Libraries will be on hand to say hi, share information on Library activities and enjoy the ball game and fireworks! To access the special group rate visit fevo-enterprise.com/event/Eatoncounty24 then select Grand Ledge Area District Library. Note: Jackson® Field™ operates as a cashless stadium.
6/15/2024

A great place for farmers and artisans to sell their products directly to the community as well as food truck vendors who can provide tasty local foods.

The market is intended to foster local economic development and encourage business in Grand Ledge. The markets purpose is to also bring local produce and other locally produced goods to the people of Grand Ledge. Items include fresh local produce, homemade baked goods, handcrafted products, plants, honey, maple syrup, smoked fish, flowers, and other locally produced goods.

6/17/2024
Adventure into Nerf Battles! Players run, dodge, and dive as they try to out-wit and out-blast the competition during outdoor NERF Mobile Games! From 'Capture the Flag' to 'Eliminator' to the 'Zombies Vs. Humans,' players will put their physical and mental skills to the test with several game styles perfect for summer Adventures, indoors or out. We provide all NERF equipment including blasters, darts, team vests, goggles, etc. Ages 6+
6/18/2024
Join the experienced paddlers from the Lansing Oar and Paddle Club for an intro to the range of paddle sports in mid-Michigan! From canoes to single, tandem, sit in/sit upon and fishing kayaks, sea kayaks-- see different types, learn what makes them different and the best choice for you! Learn about safety on the water from Lansing Flotilla, United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, plus classes, gear, where and how to launch, group events or solo paddles. Outfitters Grand Kayak and Dimondale Canoe & Kayak will be on hand with some of their livery too! Ages 10+
6/19/2024
Interested in a real life “treasure” hunt? Come learn about letterboxing – an activity in which you seek out hidden letterboxes by following clues to a prize and use a rubber stamp, often hand-carved, to stamp into one’s own personal logbook. Learn how to get started on your own hunts, how to join the online letterbox community, and decorate your own logbook! Ages 5+.
6/20/2024
Join the Bridge Street Merchants the Third Thursday of every month for Late Night Shopping
A variety of stores will be open til 9pm with sales, specials and snacks!

6/20/2024
Join us for an evening of fun and friendly Switch gaming! We’ll play Super Smash Bros. tonight! Who’s the best player around? Feel free to bring your Switch to play between your turns on the big screen. All skill levels welcome! Ages 8+.
6/20/2024

Join us on Thursday nights during the summer at Music in the Park, which is a great way to bring the community together and enjoy some local talent on the Rotary Club stage. Bring your friends and a lawn chair or blanket. 

There will be food concessions available onsite.

PLEASE NOTE: There will not be Music in the Park on Thursday, July 4.

6/21/2024
CAHS Shelter Supplies Donation Drive at the Library: June 1-June 30, 2024
Help the Capital Area Humane Society: Cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs need food and other necessities as they wait for  adoption.  Support our Shelter Supplies drive by donating from their complete Suggestion List, or go online to Donate financially. Your kindness helps CAHS and the animals they care for! 
 
 Most needed Donations include those in blue and Bold:

Animal Needs:

General Shelter Needs:

  • Paper Towel, Liquid Bleach – 5.25% ONLY, Free and Clear Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • Dryer Sheets, Latex Gloves,Hand Sanitizer

Please note: *CAHS feeds Purina ONE to our shelter pets. Non-Purina ONE brands will be used for our community Pet Food Bank, which helps those in need of food for their furry family members. Click here to see our Amazon Wish List, or Click here to see our Chewy Wish List. Donations can also be sent directly to the shelter. All donations to the shelter are tax-deductible! Thank you so much for your generous donations! 

6/22/2024
This annual family-friendly community event includes various activities throughout the day, including a 11:00 AM parade, music, arts and crafts show, and fireworks.
6/22/2024

A great place for farmers and artisans to sell their products directly to the community as well as food truck vendors who can provide tasty local foods.

The market is intended to foster local economic development and encourage business in Grand Ledge. The markets purpose is to also bring local produce and other locally produced goods to the people of Grand Ledge. Items include fresh local produce, homemade baked goods, handcrafted products, plants, honey, maple syrup, smoked fish, flowers, and other locally produced goods.

6/22/2024
Kids--Come Join the Parade! We’ll provide flags, garland, crepe paper and more to “Yankee-Doodle” up your bike, wagon, scooter or stroller-- then ride with us in the parade! While supplies last. Helmets encouraged, adults walk with kids. Best for families with kids. All ages.
6/24/2024

Our Summer Reading Program (SRP) combines fun activities and entertaining events to support and increase reading skills – and learning – all summer long! June 1 - July 31.

GLADL offers traditional paper and digital options to participate in SRP, plus great resources for beginning readers to adults all available starting June 1. Stop in today or visit gladl.org/srp2024. We also have storytimes, themed entertainers and educators, creative crafts, and games both inside and outside all Summer long. And of course, we’ll have “Adventure” themed instant prizes for each completed reading log!

6/24/2024
Jaycee Park Performance Shelter - Rain Location: City Gym
Hear the shouting and see the clash of swords! Swordfighters face off and fight for your entertainment (and education!). See the battle and experience Ring of Steel--Action Theatre & Stunt Troupe! Ring of Steel has been entertaining, educating, and enchanting audiences of all ages for over 34 years. Ring of Steel will also bring a museum of armor, arms, and other gear for people to enjoy! All ages.
6/24/2024
Jaycee Park Performance Shelter - Rain Location: City Gym
Have an out-of-this-world Adventure--Enroll in the Jedi Academy and learn lightsaber skills from the Masters--Ring of Steel! This Action Theatre & Stunt Troupe has been entertaining, educating, and enchanting audiences of all ages for 34+ years. Tailored to sci-fi fans of all ages, Jedi Academy includes a demo of lightsaber styles and hands-on Jedi training with our Masters. Costumes encouraged! Ages 8+.
6/25/2024
Potter Park Zoo visits Picnic Playdate with some “Wild Tales” about Lions, Tigers, and Bears, oh my! In this lesson we will learn and read stories about what makes these animals excellent predators and how they play an important role in the ecosystem. This program answers these questions, and more! For more Zoo fun, check out a family Zoo Pass and visit Potter Park Zoo FREE! All ages.
6/25/2024
Have you always been interested in learning more about fly fishing? Now you can! The first half of the class will focus on the various equipment used, fly rods, reels, lines, leaders, waders, flies as well as an overview of the different methods of fly fishing with dry flies, nymphs, streamers, etc.  The second half of the class will be hands on fly casting instruction with club provided fly rods. Class presented courtesy of Red Cedar Fly Fishers. Weather permitting. Ages 12+.
6/26/2024
Shapes, shapes, everywhere! What shapes do you see? Which shapes will you use? Build and create a piece of city-scape art while exploring the attributes of shapes. Limited to first 25, while supplies last. Ages 4 -7.
6/26/2024
Explore electricity while building simple circuits that make motors move, lightbulbs light, and buzzers buzz. You’ll even make circuit using a piece of paper! Limited to first 25, while supplies last. Ages 8 - 12.
6/27/2024
Learn emergency procedures, discipline techniques, diapering, age-appropriate activities, rescue breathing, the Heimlich maneuver, and basic first aid skills needed while babysitting. Upon workshop completion, students receive an American Red Cross babysitting course certificate. Registration required, class size limited. Participants bring a sack lunch, water bottle. Ages 12+.
6/27/2024
Teens, come make some terrible art with us! No talent, no problem! Create your worst disaster-piece – just have fun with your creative side. Mixed art supplies provided. Ages 13 - 18.
6/27/2024

Join us on Thursday nights during the summer at Music in the Park, which is a great way to bring the community together and enjoy some local talent on the Rotary Club stage. Bring your friends and a lawn chair or blanket. 

There will be food concessions available onsite.

PLEASE NOTE: There will not be Music in the Park on Thursday, July 4.

6/28/2024
CAHS Shelter Supplies Donation Drive at the Library: June 1-June 30, 2024
Help the Capital Area Humane Society: Cats, dogs, kittens, puppies, rabbits and guinea pigs need food and other necessities as they wait for  adoption.  Support our Shelter Supplies drive by donating from their complete Suggestion List, or go online to Donate financially. Your kindness helps CAHS and the animals they care for! 
 
 Most needed Donations include those in blue and Bold:

Animal Needs:

General Shelter Needs:

  • Paper Towel, Liquid Bleach – 5.25% ONLY, Free and Clear Liquid Laundry Detergent
  • Dryer Sheets, Latex Gloves,Hand Sanitizer

Please note: *CAHS feeds Purina ONE to our shelter pets. Non-Purina ONE brands will be used for our community Pet Food Bank, which helps those in need of food for their furry family members. Click here to see our Amazon Wish List, or Click here to see our Chewy Wish List. Donations can also be sent directly to the shelter. All donations to the shelter are tax-deductible! Thank you so much for your generous donations! 

6/29/2024

A great place for farmers and artisans to sell their products directly to the community as well as food truck vendors who can provide tasty local foods.

The market is intended to foster local economic development and encourage business in Grand Ledge. The markets purpose is to also bring local produce and other locally produced goods to the people of Grand Ledge. Items include fresh local produce, homemade baked goods, handcrafted products, plants, honey, maple syrup, smoked fish, flowers, and other locally produced goods.


If you would like to submit a local community event to be included in our calendar, please submit your event online.  

Submissions will ONLY be approved for those local community events that will take place within the Grand Ledge Public School (GLPS) District or that are sponsored by a local business or organization that is housed with the GLPS District.

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