Arts & Entertainment

Live Entertainment in St. Clair

Enjoy outdoor live entertainment all summer long in beautiful Palmer Park. Invite family and friends for evenings full of live music, plays, and comedians.

Palmer Park - Along the St. Clair River.

St. Clair Historical Museum

Enter the doors of the St. Clair Historical Museum and travel back more than 250 years to the community’s beginning as a British Fort, moving to its days as a Michigan lumbering and brick manufacturing mecca, through its transition to salt purification, and shipbuilding.

308 S 4th St., St Clair, MI 48079

St. Clair Library

Expand your mind and visit the St. Clair Library. The St. Clair Library, founded in 1869, began through the members of the Ladies Library Association and now keeps locals and visitors connected.

310 S. Second St, St. Clair, MI 48079

St. Clair Art Association

The mission of the St. Clair Art Association is to advance the knowledge and appreciation of the many facets of the world of art.  We endeavor to be the creative link between artists and other community organizations.  We fulfill this mission through the art fair, gallery, classes and programs.

Alice W. Moore Center for the Arts, 201 N. Riverside Ave. (A6)
Saint Clair, Michigan 48079

Palmer Park Freighter Tour

The mission of the St. Clair Art Association is to advance the knowledge and appreciation of the many facets of the world of art.  We endeavor to be the creative link between artists and other community organizations.  We fulfill this mission through the art fair, gallery, classes and programs.

Freighter Viewing from  St. Clair Boardwalk

Public Art in St. Clair

Stroll through the City of St. Clair and be immersed by vibrant art installations, sculptures and flowers. From the "Lady Waving at Passing Ship" to "Cartwheel Kids", the photo opportunities are endless.

Art Installations throughout St. Clair

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