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HOURS

Monday - Friday
9:00AM - 5:00PM

Our theatre features ground floor accessible seating. Please call the box office if you use a walker, cane, wheelchair, have other accessibility issues, or to inquire about our hearing-assist devices.
 
Parking in Saugatuck during the summer months can be challenging. Our lot has limited parking; please consider getting to the theatre early if you need to park close to the building. 
 
The Interurban shuttle (non-SCA service) provides transportation during various hours throughout the summer; CLICK HERE for their schedule or call 269.857.1418

CALENDAR

Pure Michigan
Welcome!
Join us for year-round performances, programs, exhibits, and more! 
Memphis the Musical
June 23 - July 9
Fully Committed
July 21 - August 6
It Shoulda Been You
August 18 - September 3
Children's Summer Camps & Classes
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Wedding Rentals
Now accepting applications
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SCA Gives

Growing Young Artists : Summer Migrant Program


Partnering with Fennville and South Haven Public Schools featuring our Artist in Residence, Rubén Aguirre
July - August

Migrant farm workers and their families are integral participants in Michigan’s educational system and workforce. Approximately 1,000-1,300 migrant children live in our Allegan County communities.

Young people in summer migrant educational programs are considered “at-risk”, typically moving from school to school, state to state through the year as their parents travel to obtain temporary or seasonal work.

Growing Young Artists (GYA) is a Project Based Learning program that uses art to deliver key skills to Pre-K- 8th grade students. Our GYA instructors work hand in hand with educators in Fennville and South Haven’s summer migrant programs, creating programming to reinforce skills like literacy, language fluency, math, and science along with critical life skills like problem solving, teamwork, empathy, social etiquette and community.


SCA Loves


Approximately 3,000 area school children participated in the Saugatuck Children's Film Festival this year, nearly triple our previous record. The Saugatuck Center for the Arts was also able to expand into the Allegan community by taking the ‘Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour’ on the road and make the films available to over 1,000 kids. 
 
The Saugatuck Center for the Arts (SCA) pioneered this new model that allows for kids to experience great films in their area and allow for the Children’s Film Festival to reach even more kids year after year.
 
A partnership with the Ottawa County Intermediate School District connected the SCA with more teachers and schools and allowed to help schools to bring their students into Saugatuck by funding their transportation. 
 
Foundation and business partners year after year make the program available free of charge for kids in Allegan, Ottawa, Kent, and Van Buren counties. Without their support, this program would not be possible.

Buzz / News Article

SCA announces new board leadership; welcomes new member Knight

The Saugatuck Center for the Arts announced a new slate of board officers for 2017-2018 and welcomed a new member plus bid farewell to a longtime leader.
 
Mike Van Meter will serve as Board Chair from March 2017-2018. Richard Heriford serves as Vice Chair, Janice Varney serves as Secretary, and Patsy Ramsey continues as Treasurer.
 
Van Meter is Managing Partner of Van Meter Associates LLC an Iowa based investment advisory firm offering portfolio management services to individuals and small to mid-market institutional clients. He has served on the board since 2007, most recently as Vice Chair, and lives in Saugatuck.