Art and Culture
LIVONIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
The Livonia Symphony Orchestra, celebrating its 40th season, is a professional orchestra, which performs at least five concerts each season at the Louis Schmidt Auditorium at Clarenceville High School. For more information, visit www.LivoniaSymphony.org.
THE LIVONIA SPREE
Livonia is home to an annual six-day community festival that attracts tens of thousands of people to Livonia's Ford Field each June for rides, games, events, live entertainment and food. The Livonia Spree culminates with a spectacular fireworks show that typically attracts more than 100,00 spectators. For more information, visit www.LivoniaSpree.com.
To preserve its rich history as a farming community, Livonia created the 103-acre Greenmead Historical Village, which includes a museum, preserved 19th Century homes and barns, and the beautifully restored Alexander Blue House. Also, the Wilson Barn on W. Chicago and Middlebelt is a preserved dairy barn that dates back to 1888. Today, it is home to several community events such as a summer farmer's market and full pumpkin patch.