David Maraniss, a journalist with the Washington Post who has been nominated for three Pulitzer prizes, won one in 1993 and has also written nearly a dozen books, spoke Saturday at Saline District Library. About 40 people, including many from outside Saline, came to hear him speak about his most recent book, “Once in a Great City: A Detroit Story.”
July 11, through August 26, Artist of the Month: Valerie Mann, "Observations"
Valerie Mann's watercolor paintings from various Artist in Residency programs and from around Saline will be featured. These plein air watercolors center around the landscapes--from the tall grasses of Nebraska, to the farmscapes of Saline, to the dunes of Indiana's Lakeshore. Stop by to see how Valerie captures the clouds, shadows, and light within her plein air landscapes.
Eluminous Studios held their grand opening Sunday afternoon at 1205 Industrial Drive in Saline.
Regarding the legacy of Two Twelve Arts, Margie Bovee said, “They got a lot of people together, which was what our mission was: to form a community of artists who would be able to network and become friends.”
On Friday night that network of friends was on full display.
The Saline New Horizons Band, under the direction of Robert L. Albritton, Jr., is presenting its annual spring concert May 22 with the theme “A Trip to New York! New York!”
The free admission concert will be held at the First United Methodist Church of Saline, 1200 N. Ann Arbor Street, at 3 p.m.
The concert band will play selections representing musical visits to Broadway, Carnegie Hall, Manhattan Beach and points around town.