We would like to thank Arkansas' FlagandBanner.com for partnering with the "Friends of Dreamland" and agreeing to stock, sell, and ship our products.  All proceeds from the sale of Dreamland Ballroom products will go to the "Friends of Dreamland" project.

Temple of Dreams: Taborian Hall and its Dreamland Ballroom by author Berna J. Love.
An except from the books jacket: 'Old timers call it simply 'Dreamland' or 'Taborian Temple,' but most Little Rock natives know the stately, three-story, red brick building on the corner of Ninth and State Streets as Taborian Hall, home of Arkansas Flag and Banner, Inc. Temple of Dreams documents the illustrious history of Taborian Hall, the last extant building of the once vibrant African American community centered on West Ninth Street.'  Order Now>
Be a part of the Friends of Dreamland's fundraising campaign by purchasing a custom engraved brick. All proceeds go to the renovation of the Dreamland Ballroom.On the Lil' Brick you can fit a message of 65 characters. On the Big Brick you can write a message of up to 120 characters. "Friends of Dreamland" is incorporated in the State of Arkansas as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Order Now>
Dreamland Ballroom T-Shirts are a great way to show your support of the ballroom. Made of 100% Cotton, preshrunk, and comes in either Black or Pink in a ladies modern fit style. The Dreamland Ballroom is currently in need of renovation to bring this historical site back to life. All sales of this shirt go to renovating the ballroom and places your name on the guest list for all public events at the ballroom after renovation! Order Now>

End of the Line: A history of Little Rock's West Ninth Street, by author Berna J. Love. From the early 20th Century to the 1970's 'The Line' was more than a street. West Ninth Street, known to locals as The Line, was a boundary that separated Little Rock's (Arkansas) black and white societies. 'West Ninth Street wasn't about out bricks, boards, and mortar; it was about a people who sought a better world for themselves. The Line was the stage upon which we can now see the greatest drama of the twentieth century - the greatest finale - the emancipation of a People.Order Now>

Dreamland Ballroom blanket makes a great gift! Warm yourself (or a loved one) with this high-quality tight knit Dreamland Ballroom logo blanket this season. A great blanket for picnics, to watch the fireworks on, or to cozy up by the fire. Hemmed edges and machine washable.
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Dreamland Ballroom magnet is perfect for vehicles, construction equipment or anywhere a magnet will attach. The Dreamland Ballroom is currently in need of renovation to bring this historical site back to life. All sales of this magnet go to renovating the ballroom and places your name on the guest list for all public events at the ballroom after renovation! Show your support for African American culture in Arkansas. Order Now>

Magic of Dreamland CD Make a donation of $10.00 and receive music that was performed in the Dreamland Ballroom. Featuring artists such as W.C. Handy, Cab Calloway, Duke Elington, Fats Waller, Count Basie and Louis Armstrong to name just a few who performed on the Dreamland Stage back in the day. You will then be a part of the Friends of Dreamland's cultural and music outreach program. FREE shipping! Order Now>

Dancing into Dreamland 2016

Dancing into Dreamland 2015

 Temple of Dreams

 Dreamland in the Movies