It’s the last weekend of June already? It’s time to get your summer fun on! Below you’ll find great ideas for a fun weekend getaway to Marshall County, Indiana including festival, a race for cancer prevention, and more. You can find even more ideas on our online calendar of events.
1. Hit the patio at Swan Lake Resort‘s new restaurant Dickies for a great Friday evening of music by Deford and Decker. Music begins at 7pm. Make a date night with your sweetheart with dinner and drinks. Opened in May 2013, the newly named and renovated, Dickie’s restaurant and bar opened and promises to be a casual, fun dining experience
2. Come on down to Culver and see what is SUP with the Lake Max Challenge! Stand Up Paddleboard Racing or SUP has become one the fastest growing sports in the world. A paddler stands up on a board similar to a surf board or a windsurfing board. The paddler and the board are propelled across the top of the water by the use of a long single-bladed paddle. There are currently competitors from 8 different states joining in on the action. So enjoy the festivities on Lake Maxinkuckee June 28-June 29; lots of food, competition, and fun located at the Culver Town Park.
3. Looking a 5K or 10K race to participant in this weekend? Well look no further that the Ta Ta Trot. The Ounce of Prevention is a organization located in Plymouth whose focus is to increase the awareness of Breast Cancer and support systems through fundraising and events. This is the 5th Annual Ta Ta Trot race, registration is still available June 29, beginning at 7:30am and the race starts at 9am. Proceeds will benefit the Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship Fund in Plymouth Indiana.
4. The Briar Patch is celebrating its 5th annual Folk Art Gathering this weekend. Located in Plymouth. Enjoy a variety of vendors, stroll around the gardens and listen to the grasses rustle in the breeze as you stroll around the grounds and visit all the different vendor tents. They will have hand loomed rugs, garden art, antiques, primitives and all kinds of fun finds. A rain barrel giveaway and much more, June 29 from 10am-4pm.
5. Lastly, give local growers and producers of agricultural commodities alternative marketing opportunities by shopping at one of Marshall County’s two Farmer’s Market. Plymouth and Culver farmer’s market encourage environmentally sound and sustainable agriculture practices and access to local health foods. Plymouth Farmer’s is located in downtown Plymouth on the corner of Garro and River Streets open 7:30am-11:30am and Culver Farmer’s Market is located on the corner of Ohio and Michigan Streets from 8am-12pm.