Saline Summer Festival

. July 23, 2013.
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The sun is up, the heat is back, and once again it is time for Saline’s annual Summerfest celebration! On August 9-10 on the downtown streets, a sweeping variety of entertainment, attractions, and activities will unite people of all ages and interests for the biggest hometown bash of the year — Saline’s Summerfest. This year features the traditional family-oriented food, music, and fun of Saline’s annual “Picnic in the Park” combined with a juried craft and art show, a trolley tour and a 5k race. Other activities include the Street Machines Car Show, a fishing contest, a rubber duck race, and the blackjack challenge. This family event truly has something for everyone, so make sure to get there early and take full advantage of everything that Saline’s Summerfest has to offer!

August 9, 5pm. August 10, 7am. Free.
Downtown Saline. 734-604-0051.
www.salinesummerfest.org—GMK

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