Join us from noon to 5 p.m., Sunday Oct. 5 at the Rentschler Farm, as we celebrate the Fall Harvest Time at our 20th century farm museum. The afternoon will be chuck full of activities, including lawn games, pumpkin painting, wagon rides, farmhouse tours, live animals, crafters and gift shop. Kiwanis and Lions Club Food Wagons on site, too.
The Rentschler Farm Museum is located at 1265 E. Michigan Ave. near Industrial Drive. One mile east of Downtown Saline.
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The mausoleum at Oakwood Cemetery turns 100 years old this year.
On Sunday, Sept. 14, Bob Lane and Jim Roth present an educational program about the mausoleum. The Saline Area Historical Society program occurs in Oakwood Cemetery at 2 p.m.
A complete history of the mausoleum and information about those interred within. The program is free and public is invited.
The mausoleum was built in 1914-15, according to a state listing of historic sites. Here’s more information about the mausoleum.
The Saline Area Historical Society offers tours of the Rentschler Farm Museum and Depot Museum from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., every Saturday.
Elementary and secondary school students from all over Michigan converged on Saline Saturday, April 26. They came to compete in Michigan History Day, an annual competition that was held this year at Saline Middle School.