June is right around the corner and the season of festivals is here! Kicking off the summer is the Yellow River Festival. This festival commemorates the first thirty years of Marshall County history, from 1834-1864. It takes you back in time, not only with storytelling, music, and dancing, but also crafts and food that reflect the period.
The festivities begin Friday June 3, with a number a talented performances all over the county, string band, historical ballads, Irish ballads, hammer dulcimer, and a harp. All the these beautiful entertainers are sponsored by Encore Performing Arts. June 4, is loaded with fun from 9am to 8pm. Johnny Appleseed with being joining the Marshall County coward. Don’t miss a minute at the 2011 Yellow River Festival, located by the LaPorte Street Footbridge in Downtown Plymouth.