Fall Festivals to Enjoy in Marshall County | Visit Marshall County

Fall Festivals to Enjoy in Marshall County

Fall Festivals to Enjoy in Marshall County

It's the first day of Fall, its FINALLY here.  Cooler temperatures, pumpkins, apple cider, and our favorite time of year! What is there not to love about fall? We have the changing leaves, pumpkins, mums, and FESTIVALS to love this season.  So, without further ado, here's our lineup of festivals and events that give you every reason to visit Marshall County this fall!

Bremen Oktoberfest

Brats! Beer! and Music, OH MY! If you love tradition and the celebration of fall, head over to the town of Bremen, this weekend. September 24-25, 2021 Sunnyside Park (105 S Street, Bremen IN) will be full of music, food trucks, beer, vendors to get your shopping on.  Headliner on Friday September 24 is "The 1985" band at 7pm inside the park pavilion.  Bands like Joey Garcia & Pablo's Great Revenge and Paul Decker & the Remnents will perform to make the weekend in Bremen a fun celebrate of fall.

For more information about Bremen Oktoberfest, click here.  

Falloween Fest

Join the students and staff at John Glenn School Corporation for their annual Falloween Fest! September 24, 25, & 26 this family friendly event embraces all the wonders of small town living with a carnival, petting zoo, garden tractor pull, parade, music, food, and so much more.  

For a full schedule of events, look here

One Book, One City Fall Fest 

The Plymouth Public Library is celebrating the Fall Season with "One Book, One City" Fall Fest, Saturday September 24 in River Park Square in Downtown Plymouth.  A sense of community is more important than ever. As the pandemic has isolated many, our focus is to rebuild and reconnect what makes where we live the place where we belong Using the tools from author Melody Warnick, "This is Where We Belong", we hope to reengage the love for our stellar community. For a family friendly afternoon from 11am-3pm, join music, a chili cookoff, not for profit organizations, games, prizes, performers, and giveaways, while getting to RE-CONNECT with your community.

To learn more about One Book, One City Fall Fest, click here.

Annual Juried Regional Art Exhibit

October would not be the same in Marshall County without Heartland Artist Gallery's annual juried regional art exhibit. Celebrating its 33rd annual showcase of all art media and showcasing some of best contemporary art pieces in Indiana.  Visitors can begin to this art pieces October 1-30, 2021, gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm.

For more information, click here

Culver Fall Fest

A tradition on main street is Culver, Indiana, Culver Fall Fest brings three days of fall fun to you and your family! October 8,9, & 10, 2021 with kids play area, retail shops with all the fall decor, clothes, anything you need, food booths and restaurants, vendors, pumpkin painting station, art in the park, face painting, bounce house, and laser tag.  Bring your pet for a pet parade/costume contact in front of Cafe Max, family friendly beer garden, a cornhole tournament, along with a chili cook-off.  There is much to see and do at this great event.

For a full schedule of events, visit here. 

Chocolate Walk 

Let's be honest, who doesn't like chocolate? Especially in different variations. Discover Plymouth is hosting their third annual Chocolate Walk in Downtown Plymouth on October 9th from 10:00 AM-3:00 PM.  This event the merchants and businesses in downtown Plymouth will have sampling of chocolates and each location is surprise.  Grab your friends, sister, partner, and family visit downtown Plymouth.  Shop til you drop, grab lunch, and explore.  This is event does require a ticket and is anticipating a sell out, so get your tickets soon! 

Tickets can be purchased here

Argos Octoberfest 

Fall foliage is a huge part of what this season so much fun and this year the town of Argos is hosting its first Octoberfest in Community Park.  On October 9, 2021 from 3pm-10pm bring your family and friends an evening of all for a Beer & Wine Garden, bonfire, hayrides, movie in the park, pumpkin decorating, small business vendors and more.  

For more information, click here.

Scarecrows on Parade

Every year, scarecrows line the lawn, the sidewalks, and the street in the town of Culver during the month of October.  This annual tradition is for families to enjoy by checking out each and every scarecrow as the creativity by local organizations and individuals is truly amazing. The scarecrows will be on display from now through the end of October.