Saline Community Fair is for Everyone

. September 1, 2016.
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Hypnotists, fiddlers and beer enthusiasts converge for the annual Saline Community Fair, where there really is something for everyone. The five-day event, centering around the livestock show and auction, is split into themes, starting with Hero’s Day on Thursday and continuing with Friday’s Senior’s/Ladies’ Day, and Saturday’s Children’s Day. Special events, like tractor pulls and an autocross derby, can be found online. It all adds up to a confluence of events for everyone, from angsty teens to grandma and grandpa.

Thursday, September 1-Monday, September 5 | 9am-11pm | $5-$7/per day
Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds | 5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd. | Saline
salinefair.org

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