The Williamston Sun Theatre renews traditions, focuses on digitalization

WILLIAMSTON- The Williamston Sun Theatre renews its traditions of the past while focusing on a future of digitalization and continued community involvement through the efforts of Owner Dan Robitaille. According to Robitaille, with big box office declines in mainstream theatres, the Sun Theatre has found new ways to appeal to the local demographic and keep their audiences beyond on the Williamston community. “There were originally 250 of these single-screen theatres in lower Michigan,” owner Dan Robitaille said. “Now we are down to about a dozen.”

With the support of their past fan base, the Sun Theatre was able to move forward through new ideas and relationships in the community. “One popular thing is our dinner and a flick with restaurants.

Williamston Farmers’ Market continues into mid-October

WILLIAMSTON- The Williamston Farmers’ Market continues into the fall season as vendors and customers travel as far as Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids to find their source for locally baked, farmed and crafted goods right in the parking lot of the newly renovated McCormick Park. The market takes place every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. beginning in mid-May to mid-October. One frequent artist at the Farmers’ Market is market board member Christina Miteff. Miteff travels the state for her handmade jewelry and art brand: Creations With Color.  

Miteff said that a lot of customers come to the market for cheese.