ST. CLAIR, MI - Situated just 50 miles north of Detroit and overlooking the picturesque St. Clair River, St. Clair offers a plethora of entertainment options. Here is a roundup of activities to do if you happen to be in town.
St. Clair hosts numerous events throughout the year for all ages. If you plan to make a visit in the next few weeks, they are hosting daily live music, Rockin’ in the Plaza, in Riverview Plaza Courtyard. Other upcoming events to be held soon are St. Clair Jazz Concert and 50th Annual St. Clair Art Fair. Make sure to be on the lookout for their calendar of events on the website.
Established in 1987, St. Clair Historical Museum takes you back to 255 years ago when St. Clair was once known as British Fort Sinclair and later on as Michigan lumbering and brick manufacturing hub. You will get to see how St. Clair’s history is intertwined with other cities across the U.S through artefacts, photographs as well as ancient documents like city records, family histories, and newspaper articles, and many more.
Aiming to promote the visual and performing arts as well as bringing the community together, St. Clair Art Association displays various forms of art and organizes engaging events. Their notable events are the annual St. Clair Art Fair, outdoor dinner party Pop-Up Gala, and unique shopping experience Yuletime Fair. You can also take the one-day art classes and workshops.
Starting at the Waving Statue in Palmer Park then South on the Boardwalk, you will get to explore and even walk on the historical gigantic ships. You will learn about how they were built in St. Clair and what happened to them.
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