Mudge's Follies is celebrating their 37th year of great variety shows and the Fourth of July! Please join the all-volunteer singers, dancers, and musicians as they perform at the Grand Ledge High School Auditorium, which is barrier-free and air-conditioned with convenient parking.
History of Mudge's Folly... Beginning in 1980, the variety show was performed outdoors on the city’s Second Island for 20 years during “Yankee Doodle Days.” “Mudge’s Follies” is named after a 3-story round building erected at the end of the Island in the late 1800s by entrepreneur J.S. Mudge during Grand Ledge’s resort age. It was damaged by an icy flood in 1893 during its final stage of construction when the mechanical devices for the planned revolving tower were destroyed. The unique building remained until the ‘20s, but was thereafter known, in local lore, as “Mudge’s Folly.”
Grand Ledge High School Auditorium 820 Spring St. Grand Ledge, MI 48837