The Eaton Rapids Reform Club under the leadership of Isaac N. Reynolds, built this temperance hall in 1878. Affiliated with the national Red Ribbon movement, over a thousand local men knotted red ribbons in their lapels after pledging to abstain from all alcoholic beverages, and adopted the motto, “Dare to do right." The building served as a cultural center, and at the turn of the century, as an opera house. Since 1924, it has been a Masonic Hall.
The hall is adorable, and they have done a great job making needed improvements, while preserving the history of the building. It has a warm cozy feel when it's full of people, and the ability to have two spaces (one at ground level, one upstairs) was just what we needed when it was time to dance. The bridal suite & grooms rooms are the perfect place to chill out before your ceremony. [...] We just couldn't wait to tell people how highly we recommend this place!