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Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment in Marshall County

Celebrating is a part of life around our county and we honor both our past and present every year. The blueberry is king in this fertile region, and the Marshall County Blueberry Festival touts the fruit in style with parades, music, and fireworks, plus blueberries served in the most delicious concoctions imaginable. The Yellow River Festival takes you back to the mid-1800s with storytelling, food and activities from the past. In such a beautiful region, artists are inspired, and you’ll find their depictions of land and water in studios and galleries that often host special events.

2745 N. Oak Road, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-5499
105 W. Plymouth St., Bremen, IN 46506
574-546-5800
Coming soon! The Rees Theater opened in 1939-1940 at its present location. The theater is an Art Deco renovation of an earlier three story building. Seating 400 patrons the Rees was owned and operated for many years by Gwen and John Hosel. The marquee was completely restored in 1997. The Rees is listed as a notable building in Marshall County interim report on historic sites and structures and contributes to the Downtown Plymouth National Register Historic District. The building itself has a long history.
100 N Michigan Street, Plymouth, IN 46563
The Tri-Way Drive-In Theater opened their doors on June 4, 1953 as a single screen venue in the early years of America's Drive-In boom. The name of the theater was selected from names submitted by the public. The name was selected because of its location on what was U.S. 31, between U.S. 6 and 30. Janet Combs, who submitted the name, received a year's family pass to the theater. "Tri-Way" is one of the few operating drive-in theaters in the state of Indiana. It currently has four screens for your viewing pleasure.
5031 N. Michigan Road, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-7936
If you are feeling over scheduled and uninspired, this could be the perfect place to restore your spirit and creativity. You might take a class in weaving, spinning, painting or woodworking at this studio, operated by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, an order of nuns who make their home here. The studio is part of a sprawling complex that includes a college, retirement living, and much more. Classes may be anywhere from one session to six. Lodging for participants is available on the property. Moon Tree also features exhibits by regional artists, some who have their works for sale. Hours are Monday - Friday 9am to 4pm and Saturday by appointment.
9601 Union Road, Donaldson, IN 46513
574-935-1712
GALLERY and GIFT SHOP HOURS: Wednesday - Friday 12:00pm to 5:00pm Saturday 9:00am to 2:00pm Heartland Artists, Inc. is a member supported organization open to artists and those interested in visual arts. This not-for-profit group is dedicated to promoting multimedia visual art forms for Marshall County and the surrounding areas.
101 N Michigan St., Plymouth, IN 46563
574-936-9515
Located is beautiful historic downtown Plymouth, Wild Rose Moon functions as a small concert hall, where people come to listen to performers and speakers. Providing 90 seat theater where warm ambience and personal connection are conduits for positive interaction.
115 N Michigan St, Plymouth, IN 46563
574-276-1185
The Encore Performing Arts Commission is a non-profit organization based in Marshall County, Indiana. Encore provides the arts to our local communities. They also help musicians, bands, and performing artists reach a wide range of audiences in Marshall County. They also produce many events throughout the year, showcasing the talents of many performers.
1305 W. Harrison St., Plymouth, IN 46563
574-935-4987