Arts & Entertainment

Sunday, 2017 Oct 22nd

Salt Valley Arts Open House

Have you ever been in a situation like this?  You’re at a party or a dinner and everyone is talking about Jackson Pollock, and you’re...

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If you love classic Dickens and love music, don't miss out on your last chance to see Lionel Bart's Oliver!, presented by the Saline Area Players...

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Wednesday, 2017 Oct 18th

Lionel Bart's Oliver! opens Friday night, October 20 at 7:30 PM, produced by the Saline Area Players.  Additional shows are October 21 at 7:30 PM...

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Sunday, 2017 Oct 15th

It is a busy week for Saline Area Players.  Their production of Lionel Bart’s Oliver! opens Friday and shows will be October 20 & 21 at 7:30...

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Saturday, 2017 Oct 14th

Saline area arts supporters can get an inside look at Salt Valley Arts, the new arts center at 400 W. Russell St. in Saline, 6-8 p.m. Monday, Oct...

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Friday, 2017 Oct 13th

Saline's Acoustic Routes Concerts will host modern American country folk artist David Luning for a solo show at Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E....

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Sunday, 2017 Oct 08th

On Saturday, the cast of Saline Area Players’ upcoming production of Lionel Bart’s Oliver! tried on costumes for their show that runs October 20-...

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Saturday, 2017 Oct 07th

Julie Daleiden’s “Taylor Jacobsen” hangs on the side of the Cobblestone Rose, downtown Saline

Works of fine art are usually associated with quiet museums, pale gallery walls, whispered voices, and security guards keeping patrons...

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Thursday, 2017 Oct 05th

Retired Saline Area Schools choir teacher Norma Freeman is the subject of SIGNing the Song, an acclaimed one-man show by William Martineze.

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Sunday, 2017 Oct 01st

Saline Area Players are gearing up for their production of Lionel Bart’s Oliver! October 20-22.  There are 30 kids in the cast.  Michael Dineen...

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Friday, 2017 Sep 29th

Self Portrait of Leon Makielski, well-known painter

To most residents of Washtenaw County, the name Makielski is synonymous with raspberries and blackberries. To many, however, Makielski...

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Tuesday, 2017 Sep 26th

Retired Saline Area Schools choir teacher Norma Freeman is the subject of SIGNing the Song, an acclaimed one-man show by William Martineze.

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Saturday, 2017 Sep 16th

Acoustic Routes Concerts of Saline and The Ark, Ann Arbor’s world-renowned music club, announced that country music legend and 15-time Grammy...

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Tuesday, 2017 Sep 12th

Acoustic Routes Concerts confirmed today that it will host two concerts at Stony Lake Brewing, 447 E. Michigan Ave. in Saline, this month –...

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Viva Voce Youth Choir

Viva Voce Youth Choir will begin its second season on Tuesday, September 19.  The choir is a nonprofit organization founded last fall by former...

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Calling all high school performers! It is that special time of year when students grades 9 through 12 have the opportunity to audition for the...

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Friday, 2017 Sep 08th

A Past Performance by the Saline Area Players

The year 1972 brings a number of events to mind: the start of the Watergate Scandal; nearing the end of the Vietnam War; Bobby Fischer...

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The Friends of the Saline Library host their monthly book sale this weekend.

Friday, from 3 to 4 p.m., the preview sale takes place in the...

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Friday, 2017 Sep 01st

Saline Area Senior Center Art Student in a Watercolor Class

The Saline Area Senior Center is so much more than just a run-of-the-mill center where people might go to play cards or chat about the...

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Friday, 2017 Aug 25th

Anne Mondro, Associate Professor at University of Michigan’s Stamps School of Art & Design with artwork created by residents of Saline's Brecon Village Memory Support Center

Saline’s Brecon Village Memory Support Center was transformed into an art gallery on Thursday evening, with beautiful artwork filling...

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