Since 2003, The Grande Ballroom.com’s mis­sion has been to cre­ate a repos­i­tory of infor­ma­tion related to the Ball­room from its open­ing in 1928 through its hey­day in the 60’s and 70’s. A vir­tual ballroom.

The site is presently in the midst of tran­si­tion­ing to the new, excit­ing Word­Press plat­form. This is its first major revi­sion in years.

We have imported the “Grande News Blog” posts which go back sev­eral years. They are now avail­able for your enjoy­ment. If you would like to sub­scribe to the Blog (in the side­bar on the right), you will receive news of the new site con­tent as it rolls out.

If you would like to com­ment, or send a shout out to the Grande uni­verse, you may do so on our guest­book page.

Thanks for visiting,

Leo Early - Webmaster

3 Responses to Welcome

  1. Janis Weaver Duke says:

    Some of the most amaz­ing moments of my life hap­pened at the Grande Ball­room. So grate­ful that my par­ents let me, as a high school stu­dent, drive from my home in Imlay City, in the thumb, down to the Grande almost every weekend.

  2. Chuck Carlson says:

    Fre­quent vis­i­tor to Grande, Riv­iera and East­Town from 67–70 [The good ole days]

  3. Vic Waruszewski says:

    I went to the grande back in the early 70’s. If you need pho­tog­ra­phy done, please let me know. I’d be glad to help out.