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I married my beautiful bride 23 years ago in this quaint downtown/village gem. From there we celebrated at Walden Woods in the historic Crouse Mansion. A step back in time, but forever present in the moment.The historic Hartland Music Hall was a gift to the community from John Robert Crouse, Sr. Mr. Crouse was a local philanthropist who performed many community services through a program he sponsored called the “Hartland Area Project.” The Music Hall is the central structure of the beautiful settlement of Hartland. It was built by members of the First Congregational Church in 1858. It is one the oldest public buildings in Livingston County, an outstanding example of Greek Revival architecture.The church was purchased by Mr. Crouse in the late 1920s for $500. The conversion from a church to the Hartland Music Hall was done in 1931 by Professor Emil Lorch, dean of the University of Michigan School of Architecture. During the conversion to a music hall, a marvelous Kilgen pipe organ was installed and the magnificent column porticoes were added to the front of the building.
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