this old wooden barn-like structure sits near the back of Fitzgerald Park in Grand Ledge. It was built by the Grand Ledge Spiritualist Camp Association who built a summer camp at this spot in the late 1800s. Spiritualism was a popular movement in the late 1800s where people believed they could communicate with the deceased. This pavilion was built for the group to hold seances. The popularity of Spiritualism faded in the early 1900s and the city of Grand Ledge purchased the property. In the 50s the pavilion was converted into a summer theater.
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