The Yellow River Festival in Plymouth is scheduled for Saturday, June 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET in the River Park Square on LaPorte Street.
This festival celebrates the first 30 years of Marshall County from 1834 to 1864, as well as the significance of the Yellow River in the community. Johnny Appleseed will be present during the festival, as well as more re-enacters who dress in 1800s-style clothing and will explain artifacts. Non-profit food vendors will prepare treats during the event and many will be prepared over an open fire.
Other attractions include music, children’s games, educational presentations, arts and crafts, the Arts Council of Marshall County’s exhibition tent and more surprises.
Admission is free.
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Photo provided. Photo caption: (clockwise from right): Teressa Welborn, Steve Weaver, Kathy Bottorff, Jerry Nikitas, Bob Yoder, Mike Woolfington, Ed Pullen, Paula McAdams