Jazz on Jefferson continues to bring great music, food, heritage and a sense of community to the Saginaw area. This anticipated event kicked off on Saginaw’s historic South Jefferson Avenue with a performance by the Saginaw High School drumline on Wednesday, June 8 at 4:45 p.m. Festival-goers enjoyed an array of activities such as food from local vendors, two horse drawn carriages and a classic car and motorcycle show. The Castle Museum featured its popular strawberry shortcake and Hoyt Library offered a hospitality tent. In addition, historic homes were also available for tours. The event ended with a free concert by the Roger Jones Trio at First Congregational Church.
Jazz on Jefferson is a cooperative project of the Jefferson Avenue institutions coordinated by the Castle Museum. This event is supported by the Saginaw Arts and Enrichment Commission and Saginaw Celebrates Summer.