Saline Weekend Guide: Guys & Dolls, Acoustic Concert, 50 Amp Fuse and More

 02/19/2016 - 03:03
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Aaron Tice and Amy Johnson of the Rebel A's perform Saturday night at Brewed Awakenings.

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Fish Fry!

What:   The Knights of Columbus present their weekly Lenten Fish Fry. Beer-battered cod. Baked Tilapia. Mac & Cheese. Homemade desserts and much more!
When:    4 to 7 p.m. Friday.
Where:   St. Andrew's Church on Austin Road.
Why:     It's a great night out, with home style cooking.
Cost:     Donations: Adults ($10), Seniors ($9), Children ($6), under six (free).

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Guys and Dolls!

What:   Saline High School Drama Club presents Guys and Dolls.
When:    7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday.
Where:    Saline High School
Why:    It's an entertaining musical performed by talented local students. And since it's a school play, you know it's family friendly.
Cost:   $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors.

Saline Farmers Market

What:   The weekly indoors farmers market.
When:    9 a.m. to noon, Saturday
Where:    Liberty School
Why:     Fresh produce, straight from local greenhouses. Baked goods. Handcrafted items and more.
Cost:   No entrance fee.

Win Big For Kids

What:   The Kiwanis Club's reverse raffle and dinner for local kids groups.
When:    5 p.m. Saturday
Where:    Saline American Legion
Why:     A high quality catered dinner. A chance to win $2,500 and many other prizes -- all while knowing proceeds benefit many local groups serving Saline's children. 
Cost:  $50. To buy tickets visit www.kiwanisclubofsaline.org or contact your friendly Kiwanian -- ASAP.

Winter Beach Blast

What:   The annual Winter Beach Blast for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
When:    6:30 p.m. Saturday
Where:    Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds.
Why:     It's a great cause. AND, it's a great time. Wear your Hawaiian shirt or Hula skirt. 50 Amp Fuse and comedian Steve Iott perform. Bring your own drinks. Strolling appetizers served.
Cost:   $50

Spaghetti Dinner & Trivia Night

What:   Spaghetti Dinner & Trivia Night supporting Destination Imagination.
When:    6:30 p.m. Saturday
Where:    First United Methodist Church
Why:     Dinner and trivia fun to support this educational club serving local students.
Cost: Tickets at the door are $15 each or $55 for a family.

Rebel A's Perform at Brewed Awakenings

What:   Acoustic concert at your local cafe.
When:   6:30 p.m., Saturday
Where:    Brewed Awakenings Cafe (Moon and Michigan)
Why:     Sit back with coffee or cocoa and enjoy the Rebel A's, an acoustic duo. They are Aaron Tice and Amy Johnson.
Cost:  Free admission.

Tran Longmoore
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