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Saline Area Insight

  • Susan Tice Niethammer
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Saline is a small community with award-winning schools five minutes from Ann Arbor. I was lucky enough to enjoy living in Saline for many years. I lived on the river overlooking the dam. I loved taking my dogs to the dog park at Mill Pond Park, walking downtown to its many delicious restaurants, attending the fairs, farmers markets, music in the park, and the school functions. Saline schools are highly rated and their extracurricular opportunities are wide, varied, and top-notch. The community is tight-knit and inclusive.

    Families are drawn to its proximity to Ann Arbor and highly sought after school district. They soon find that Saline is a lovely community, offering the charm of a small-town with educational excellence, and a tight-knit community with the wonderful yearly event such as the annual Celtic Festival, drawing thousands of people from Southeast Michigan and beyond.
  • This is my personal favorite event in Saline each year! With 1,700 participants and 4,000+ visitors, this parade pulls in the biggest crowd around! There's every float you can imagine and there are prizes for the top-rated floats. Get to know all the local businesses and organizations while enjoying hot chocolate and treats. Don't forget to show up early to get a prime spot along the route, this year will be one of the busiest yet, as the parade celebrates its 40th year! You also won't want to miss Santa in his sleigh!
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    The Saline Oktoberfest is held each year at the end of September to bring in the autumn months! This popular events starts off with a "Bier Garten" followed by the "Tapping of the Golden Keg." Then, throughout the event there will be tons of live music, food, beer, and wine for all to enjoy! There are also several themed events including the Hammerschlagen and Corn hole tournaments, a bake sale, and Kinderplatz (kid's event!).
  • This is a favorite local event for all to attend! The Annual Saline Community Fair takes place starting a few days before labor day, and on throughout the weekend. There are all sorts of activities including rides, animal shows, a tractor pull, kids events, a beer barn, games, fair food, and much more! This event brings a lot to a small town community fair while still being modestly priced. Bring the whole family for some end of summer fun before school starts!
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    One of the best parts about summer are those warm evenings where all you want to do is enjoy being outside before the cold hits. The Saline Summerfest is an outdoor event that attracts guests from all around for just two days of fun! It's great for all ages and features a car show, live entertainment, arts and crafts show, lots of children's activities, a historic trolley tour, a 5K, casino games, and more! There are endless possibilities for everyone in the family at this event! This year it will be held August 7-8th, so mark your calendars and be a part of this great city!
  • This is one of Saline's most popular events! People come from all over to experience the authentic culture brought to this festival. Enjoy live music, food, dancing, sheep herding, jousting, and of course the Mastodon Celtic Challenge! There is tons of fun stuff to do and all themed for the Celtic enthusiast. No matter where your interests lie, this is always a enjoyable event to attend!
  • Every Saturday the festive Saline Farmer's Market takes over the downtown parking lot! This charming little market has a little bit of everything from homemade soaps and baked goods to local grown fruit and vegetables. It's always nice to come out on a Saturday morning and chat with all the local neighbors and farmers as well as to see what's in season! Additionally if you can't make the Saturday market there is also a Tuesday farmer's market held in the library parking lot. You can always enjoy fresh local goods on your kitchen table!
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    2018 is finally here! I would like to wish everyone a happy New Year, and may this year bring more joy than ever before! There's a lot to look forward to in 2018.
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    Just when the holiday season has ended and we thought there were no more exciting events until spring, the Saline Winterfest sneaks up on us! This fun event kicks off the new year in Downtown Saline with loads of fun activities. Vendors from all over town come together to make this possible with anything from competitions and giveaways to classes and parties.

    If you aren't into the cold weather, you can also enjoy the many indoor activities. With nearly 50 events to attend you''d never believe the Saline Winterfest is free! All ages are welcome to come enjoy this event. Buttons can also be purchased (but aren't required) for $5 and will give holders special discounts, offers and freebies. Brighten up these winter months with this fun event!
  • If you would like your children to have a visit with Santa this year and want something more than waiting in line at the mall, come enjoy one of Saline's Santa Claus visits! At the beginning of December, Stone Arch hosts Santa's Village where kids can sit on Santa's lap! Then, there will be PJ's & Stories with Santa, where kids wear their favorite pajamas, grab some holiday snacks and listen to stories as well as do some crafts at the Saline District Library. The next day there will be a Breakfast with Santa at the Saline Rec Center where there are even more stories, crafts, sing-a-longs, and of course pancakes!

    Finally, there is the Treasure Trail to Santa! This event takes over Busch's Shopping Center and other than the treasure hunt to see Santa, there is also a carriage ride, petting zoo, photos, and refreshments! All of these fun events are great ways to spend time with family in the wonderful City of Saline!
  • With winter weather approaching, the popular Saline Farmer's Market has now moved indoors! This is a great opportunity for the community to get fresh produce and other items without having to be out in the cold. There is a variety of fall and winter items, decorations, jams, cider, and more! The market is still going to continue to be on Saturdays from 9:00am - 12:00 pm at the Liberty School. Don't miss the opportunity to get all of your fall and winter favorites!
  • The Annual Saline Holiday/Christmas Parade is one of my favorite events to attend! Thousands of people line the streets on the first Saturday of December as floats, bands, and performers are announced coming down the road. Festivities fill the streets of downtown Saline, and everyone comes out to have a great time! There are vendors serving hot chocolate and popcorn as well as lots of local favorites. This is a holiday event you won't want to miss.
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    Now that the trees are starting to change, Saline is an even better place to enjoy! The local farmers market now features a variety of fall vegetables, pumpkins, cider, donuts and more. Other than enjoying the beautiful fall colors, Saline has lots of fun events and attractions to enjoy. The City hosts the annual 'Oktoberfest' and Mom 2 Mom Sale at the end of September, as well as the Boo Bash, the Great Pumpkin Roll, and the Preschool Pumpkin Hunt in October. Also, within a short drive of Saline there are a variety of apple orchards, corn mazes, and haunted attractions that are fun for the whole family! Saline is always a great area to be!
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    Saline's Oktoberfest is an exciting annual event every year at the end of September! It takes place in Downtown Saline and is a German themed amusement of fun activities! The event includes German, Rock, and Folk Music, a kids activity area, and plenty of German and American food and drinks. Don't miss this fun event to kick-start the fall season!
  • The Saline Rec Center is located in the center of this active community! It is walking distance to many of the local neighborhoods and the property has several baseball/softball diamonds, disc golf, sand volleyball, tennis courts, walking trails, and a pavilion. The facility itself includes a full-sized gym, lap pool, leisure pool, spa tub, locker rooms, cabana room, weight room, nautilus room, and cardio room. Additionally, the gym hosts tons of events including classes, community events, birthday parties, and lessons! Those in the Saline School district also get a discounted rate.
  • This is a newer shop to the Saline Main Street but definitely brings in a unique and intriguing inventory. Main Street Coins & Collectibles has a vast variety of antique, collectible and rare coins with many being in mint condition! Whether you are looking for a unique gift or are a collector yourself, there is something for everybody!
  • Every year right before school starts up again, the Saline Community Fair lights up at the fairgrounds. There are all sorts of events from a car show, to a Euchre tournament, and even a tractor pull. You also can't forget livestock, carnival rides, and lots of good food! This is always the last hurrah to take the family out for the summer. The fair typically takes place in the last week of August and goes for the entire weekend. Don't miss out on all the fun!
  • Scenic, 18-hole golf course in Saline! This course is tucked back on Ann Arbor-Saline Road just two miles south of Ann Arbor. It's a very popular spot for both locals and visitors and has been open for almost 50 years! The facility often hosts fundraisers and events while providing a fun, friendly, family-oriented atmosphere. Spend the day at Brookside where you can relax at the bar and grill, shop at the pro shop, or hit some balls at the driving range! This place is always buzzing with energy and offers a great getaway!
  • The Saline District Library is the city's only library and is located right in the center of all the action! Besides the great variety of books, movies, music and games, the library is within walking distance of the middle school, heritage school, downtown, and many of the city's neighborhoods! Residents can relax and utilize the free wifi or technology equipment or even attend one of the facilities events. The Farmer's Market is hosted here on Tuesday evenings during the summer! There are tons of things to do here at the Saline District Library.
  • Mickey's is a fun spot to stop in on a hot summer day! This family-owned establishment has two locations, "Mickey's Downtown" which is of course in downtown Saline, and "Mickey's Dairy Twist" which is right on the outskirts of town on Michigan Avenue. Both have their own character with one being more of an outdoor, seasonal spot and the other being a downtown shop that you can walk in and sit down on old-fashioned stools over a red checkered floor. Whatever way you choose to enjoy this delicacy, you will get to experience homemade hand-dipped ice cream, soft serve ice cream, frozen yogurt, and a variety of delicious snacks! There are also unique flavors and fun-themed treats the whole family will enjoy!
  • Two Twelve Arts Center is a charming arts studio just off Michigan Avenue. They specialize in art classes as well as summer programs. They teach a variety of techniques such as drawing, painting, dyeing, jewelry making, and even glass work! There are also varying classes for different skill levels from beginner to advanced. This is a great place to fulfill your artistic creativity!
  • The Spotted Dog Winery is Saline's own local winery just down the road from downtown. They identify themselves as an "Urban Winery" which gives them a broad variety of wines with grapes all over! You can find these wines for sale at retailers all over Michigan, but they are produced of course here in Saline. Spotted Dog Winery also hosts a series of exciting events or you can even host your own!
  • Stone Arch is an arts and events center located in downtown Saline. This beautiful historic site is often known for hosting weddings, performances, and other events. It's convenient and gorgeous location makes it easily admirable when visiting other downtown events such as the farmers market or summer music series. Come visit this beautiful site and host your event in the charming downtown of Saline.
  • The Saline Depot Museum represents the history of the railroad, which was once such a prominent aspect of Saline. The museum is situated along the "Depot Trail" in it's original position as it was in 1870. Along this trail runs the old railroad tracks of which is a red caboose, making this attraction easy to spot! Though the other original buildings on the property are no longer standing, this is still an interesting and educational sight to experience for both visitors and locals. It is also in walking distance to many of Saline's most popular in-town neighborhoods.
  • Driving down Michigan Ave, people often notice a beautiful 19th-century farmhouse situated right next to the Sauk Trail Shopping Center. This amazing house includes 11 restored outbuildings, all of which are on the National Register for Historic Places. Volunteers at this farm grow and package over 1400 lbs of produce each year to be donated to the Food Gatherers! There are also animals on the site and the farm hosts tours on Saturdays. This is an attractive historic spot that is a must see in the city of Saline!

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