Harvest Art Market is coming soon!

Best little art market around!

We’re excited for the 8th annual Harvest Art Market – the best little art market between Ann Arbor & Kalamazoo!  Mark your calendars and we’ll see you then!  Saturday, Oct. 3, 10 am to 4pm! Read more »

Red Cross Blood Drive at Silver Maples


Give Blood on Monday, Aug. 17, Noon to 5:45pm Reasons to Donate! It feels great to donate! You get free juice and delicious Keebler® cookies. It’s something you can spare – most people have blood to spare… yet, there is still not enough to go around. You will help ensure blood is on the shelf when […] Read more »

Our Wonderful Bus Driver is Retiring!


Steve is a man about town…taking folks here, there, and everyone That means everyone knows him whether they work at the bank, at CVS, or at the dentist office. So, if that’s you, join us for Steve’s retirement celebration! Thursday, Aug. 13, at 2:30pm!   Read more »

Silver Maples to Host Evening of Civil Discourse

5TH ANNUAL COMMUNITY DISCUSSION TO BE HELD ON JULY 16 When Will Johnson has an idea, it’s usually a good one. After seeing and hearing so much political rhetoric on the television and in the newspapers, Johnson, Chelsea Community Hospital’s President Emeritus, felt that the people who live in the Chelsea area are intelligent and […] Read more »

Chelsea Music & Memory Updates!

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Our Music & Memory Project is rolling along!  Here’s more info about how you can help! The idea is simple, but the difference that MUSIC & MEMORY is making in the quality of life of seriously ill people and their families, is nothing short of remarkable. Read more »

Volunteer Training for Music & Memory Announced

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Volunteers are need for the Chelsea Music & Memory Project! And free training is provided.  Silver Maples is partnering with the Chelsea District Library, Chelsea Senior Center, Ascent Audiology, and the Chelsea Retirement Community to bring this wonderful program to Chelsea area residents with dementia and other debilitating diseases. The idea is simple, but the […] Read more »