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Thursday, 02 April 2009 00:00

Fiddlers ReStrung's Concert with Guest Artist Pear - A True Delight

Fiddlers ReStrung’s Spring Hometown Concert featuring guest artist PEAR, was quite simply, a delightful evening of music entertainment. The scope of genres, ranging from traditional fiddle tunes and Southern waltzes to current pop/country hits surely pleased even the most discerning musical palate.

Sunday, 29 March 2009 06:38

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Sunday, 08 March 2009 00:00

Fiddlers ReStrung Offering Special Summer Reading Program Performances for Michigan Libraries

Saline, MI - In the spirit of community service and giving back to Michigan during these trying economic times, Fiddlers ReStrung has created an exciting new program to provide low cost concerts to Michigan public libraries to support their summer reading programs.

Sunday, 25 January 2009 11:30

Fiddlers ReStrung Hometown Concert To Feature Guest Artist Pear

Saline, MI - Fiddlers ReStrung will present their Spring Hometown Concert featuring guest artist, Pear, on Friday, March 6, 2009 at Saline High School.  Leading this band on the Canadian country music scene is, former members of the acclaimed fiddle show, Barrage. 

Tuesday, 30 December 2008 00:00

Fiddlers, Firefighters and Marines
Make the Season Shine Bright for Tots

Saline, MI - The pure, simple act of giving is its own reward.  When the gift is for a needy child, the giving is even greater.  Fiddlers ReStrung hosted its 2nd annual Holiday Hometown Concert in support of Toys for Tots on December 7th, 2008.  The event was a collaboration effort with the Saline Area Fire Department and the United States Marines Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program.  Thanks to the generosity of the community, the firefighters received over 1,100 toy donations in total this year, the largest amount ever, according to Fire Chief Craig Hoeft. Several elementary schools also participated in the effort by placing a collection box in their main office. Event planners wish to thank the principals and families of Saline Area Schools’ Houghton, Harvest, Pleasant Ridge, Woodland Meadows and Heritage for donating to this worthy cause.  The toys brought joy to many local children on Christmas Day.  Thrilled with the campaign’s growing success, Mr. Hoeft stated, “I believe without the partnership with Fiddlers ReStrung, we would not be able to reach out and touch as many families in need.  Just the name Fiddlers ReStrung makes you think hard work, dedication and community.”

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