About the Saline Craft Show
Voted the top show in Michigan by Michigan Crafter Magazine, the Saline Craft Show features over 250 juried crafters from 14 states displaying and selling handcrafted seasonal products, pottery, recycled items, clay, floral and more. Also, Gingerbread display, free caricaturist, children’s games and craft. Click here for more information.
Small town charm rich in history, parks, and more that can be enjoyed by. Explore major annual events and experience Saline today.
Dining in Chelsea ranges from Mac’s Acadian Seafood Shack, to the Detroit Hot Dog Company, and local favorite Mangiamo Italian Grill.
Some shopping highlights in Saline include the Pineapple House and Cobblestone Rose.
Looking for something to do in Saline? Get some history at the Rentschler Farm Museum, do some shopping, or spend a relaxing day in Mill Pond Park.
There still exists a town where the shop and restaurant owners know your name. Where kids feel safe to play. Where the schools are exceptional. Where families love to stroll. And where you can find nearly anything within a few miles. A place where things are a little slower, a little simpler, and just a little quieter. That place is Saline.
Downtown Saline has the charm of a small town that continues to change with the passing of each decade. The area is full of historic buildings over a century old, combined with buildings built in the 1950’s and 1960’s. The entire area has seen tremendous growth and vitality with new homes, new retail businesses, exceptional restaurants, unique specialty stores and a world-class Rec Center.
The wonderful community has a population of 9,350 residents and covers 4.14 square miles. Saline enjoys an abundance of parks, museums, walking paths, retails shop and businesses that can be enjoyed by all.
Special events that include the Farmer’s Market, the Saline Summerfest, Oktoberfest, and the Summer Music Series are held in the streets and parking lots in downtown Saline. The events are a coordination effort between the Saline Main Street, the Chamber of Commerce and the City of Saline.
Parades play a big role in community involvement for Saline’s downtown with the Holiday Parade as the number one downtown event each year for the last 30 plus years. An active volunteer community works with the City, merchants and charitable organizations to make Saline a place to work, eat, shop and enjoy.