Jazz In The Garden Returns To Saginaw

A summertime Saginaw tradition returned to start its 14th season Wednesday evening as Jazz In The Garden began outside the Andersen Enrichment Center with Brush Street featuring Julie Mulady. At least 500 people attended.

Center Building Manager Lori Rittenberry said there’s a great lineup for the free 7:00 p.m. shows each Wednesday for the remainder of this month. She said next week’s headliner’s are the New Reformation Jazz Band with special guest Donnie Brown followed by the Saucecats July 20th. The Cool Lemon Jazz Band closes things out July 27th.

Light refreshments are available from Cool Carts To Go including hot dogs, Italian Ice, nachos and pop corn. In case of rain, concerts will be held in Saginaw’s Pit and Balcony Theater. Gate donations are optional to help with garden maintenance.

Sponsors include the Saginaw Arts and Enrichment Commission.


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