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Saline is a city in Michigan that is settled near Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti. Popular for its Celtic Festival, which brings in people from all over the United States as well as its sister cities: Brecon, Wales, UK and Lindenberg, Germany. Saline was ranked the 63rd best place to live in a 2009 CNN / Money Magazine survey, and with its charming shops, delicious food and European inspired homes, it is not difficult to see why. Saline is rich in both history, classic America and sprawling country that has given way to quite a bit of history in the agricultural department. It is truly an interesting city to both visit and to live in.
Native Americans, before the 18th century, traveled to what would become Saline to hunt and gather salt from the salt springs they found within the area. In the 18th century, French explorers canoed into the area and used it, as well, to harvest salt. It was for the salt springs that they named the local river Saline, which translates to “salty” in French. Europeans would eventually settle the area in the 19th century, the majority of whom came from England and Germany. With the help of Orange Ridson, a government surveyor who is generally agreed to be the city of Saline’s founder, the residents gave the city its official name and it was established officially in 1832. The town would continue to grow with the 1870 railroad service provided by the Detroit-Hillside-&-Indiana Railroad, and with the construction of one of the city’s most famous landmarks, the Second-Empire Frame. It would continue to develop into the city that it is today.
The city of Saline is southwest of the City of Ann Arbor and northwest of the City of Milan, where the U.S 12 aka Michigan Avenue crosses the Saline River. It is further to the south of the State of Michigan, and located in greener and more country-like surroundings.
The climate for the City of Saline tends to be reliant on the Great Lakes. Saline experiences a standard four-season climate, with summers reaching over a hundred degrees Fahrenheit, and winters ranging between fifteen to thirty-five degrees Fahrenheit. Saline can experience “Lake Effect” snow and general weather, which brings in clouds and cool breezes. However, the main weather hazard that Saline faces are severe weather in the form of thunderstorms and snowstorms. High winds, tornadoes, hail and lightning can frequently do a good bit of damage.
With its lush country surroundings and English / German influences, Saline boasts shopping such as a large Farmer’s Market as well as many trendy little shops, most notably resale and fashion stores. Whatever the case, visitors and residents alike are sure to find a charming shop or two in their ventures
Little Green Apple – 549 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 429-4511
The Resale Boutique – 206 West Michigan Avenue – (734) 295-3030
Nu2U Resale Store – 1311 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 316-2342
My Urban Toddler – 7025 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 944-3628
Though Saline is on the quieter side, it is no slouch when it comes to food options. Whether you are looking for some fantastic brews, burgers, sushi or other sumptuous snacks, Saline has got you covered
Detroit Dog Co – 103 Ann Arbor Street – (734) 323-7927
Gabriel’s Hoagies – 972 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 316-2651
Biwako Sushi – 1355 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 944-6301
Saline Downtown Diner – 131 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 316-2343
A nice brew with buds can really take the edge off of a hard day. Saline has a collection of fantastic bars and breweries to sit down, and enjoy the nightlife. Night owls needn’t worry about a shortage of nightlife
Stony Lake Brewing Co – 447 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 316-7919
Pointless Brewery & Theatre – 3014 Packard Road
Thompson Bar & Grill – 10655 West Michigan Avenue – (734) 429-0757
Dan’s Downtown Tavern – 103 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 429-3159
Schools play a big part of Saline, with a tightly interwoven school district that is highly rated amongst residents. Whether it is prekindergarten, elementary or high school, the area is surrounded by plenty of options for parents and potential university students
Saline High School – 1300 Campus Parkway – (734) 401-4200
Heritage School – 290 East Woodland Drive – (734) 401-4100
Saline Middle School – 7190 North Maple Road – (734) 401-4600
Harvest Elementary School – 1155 Campus Parkway – (734) 944-8901
Saline is a slice of classic America, with many of its landmarks standing as a testament to history and the settlement of the old explorers. Though it started out as a place to hunt and harvest salt, Saline now stands as a high-ranking area to live with landmarks sprawling across it in the form of buildings hundreds of years old and farms that represent that slice of American pie
Bixby Marionette Exibit – 555 North Maple Road – (734) 429-4494
Weber Blaess One-room Schoolhouse – 520 Woodland Drive – (734) 401-4020
Depot Museum and Trail – North Ann Arbor Street and East Bennett Street – (734) 944-0442
Rentschler Farm – 1265 East Michigan Avenue – (734) 944-0442
Saline is a small city, but it is rich in shopping, food and charm. With beautiful sights to see for residents and visitors alike. The Celtic Festival is just one thing that draws visitors from both the United States and from overseas. Saline is a slice of classic America, dotted with European inspired homes and architecture. If the city isn’t attractive enough, there is plenty of lush country in the surrounding Southeast Michigan area, as well as Ann Arbor and other incredible places to visit nearby. What started as a small area to harvest salt and hunt would become a settlement that would grow into a high-ranking area to live with great shops, delicious restaurants, a strong school district and landmarks that really reflect old-timey America. Even outside of The Celtic Festival, there are plenty of reasons to visit the City of Saline and the surrounding areas. If you’re looking to settle down, Saline comes highly recommended from residents and visitors alike – be sure and see for yourself!
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