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Brownstone Hall is as versatile and functional as it is historical and elegant. The building serves as the site for diverse events as concerts, weddings, community events, business meetings and more!

High ceilings, chandeliers and a large dance floor make Brownstone Hall perfect for any event. A full kitchen is available and a raised stage exists for musical events. There is plenty of parking and tables and chairs are available. Only 2 miles from downtown Houghton, make Brownstone your next stop for any upcoming event!

Chris & Jaime – wedding website by mywedding.com

Saturday, May 28, 2011 | 5:00 p.m. Cocktails, 6:00 p.m. Dinner

Reception

The Brownstone Hall

46925 Huron Street

Atlantic Mine, MI 49905

The hall is outside of Houghton, but just a few miles from the church we used. The Brownstone was a lovely place to hold the reception. Our 100 guests fit comfortably with room for the dance-floor. They are very reasonably priced, offer clean-up services, have a great kitchen space, nice sound system, and the ambiance from the chandeliers (which you can dim) and the copper plated tiles was wonderful.

P.S. Here’s an article on the building!

Mining Gazette article about Brownstone Hall

Music lovers fill Brownstone Hall to benefit musician Greg Wright – Keweenaw Now

TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 2011

Music lovers fill Brownstone Hall to benefit musician Greg Wright

ATLANTIC MINE — Approximately 400 people filled the Brownstone Hall in Atlantic Mine Sunday, Mar. 13, to listen to and dance to lively music by an array of local bands. The event — “Wright Aid” — was a benefit for Greg Wright, a local musician who is undergoing cancer treatments.

via Keweenaw Now: Music lovers fill Brownstone Hall to benefit musician Greg Wright.

Old building finds new purpose – The Daily Mining Gazette

Old building finds new purpose

From mine shaft to church hall to…

July 9, 2010

By Michael H. Babcock, DMG Writer

ATLANTIC MINE – A building originally constructed in 1889 that helped shape the way Atlantic Mine developed is now going to help shape youth, especially musicians, in today’s community.

The former E Shaft hoisting engine building, more recently the St. Mary’s Church Hall, was purchased Wednesday by Susie Landers, the owner of Good Times Music, who intends to turn the hall into a performance hall.

“My plan is to turn it into, not only a music venue, but also a viable community hall once again so that it can be used for private gatherings,” Landers said. “I just want to make it people driven. We’re looking at running second-run movies for the kids in the community and possibly having line dancing.”

via Old building finds new purpose – MiningGazette.com | News, Sports, Jobs – Houghton, Michigan – The Daily Mining Gazette.