The Yellow River Festival celebrates the first 30 years of Marshall County history, encompassing 1834-1864.
With period music and dancing, storytelling, Indian dances and demonstrations, food, crafts and activities for children. Food and crafts reflecting the period are sold by nonprofit groups as a fundraiser. We also host river cleanup events. The festival takes place in Plymouth, IN, on LaPorte Street just a few blocks east of Michigan Street. Our mission: The Yellow River Festival is a celebration of the historical and ecological significance of the river and its relationship to Marshall County and the larger geographic region.
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