History Comes Alive at the Yellow River Festival | Visit Marshall County

History Comes Alive at the Yellow River Festival

History Comes Alive at the Yellow River Festival

Always held the first weekend in June, the Yellow River Festival is where Marshall County history comes alive! Celebrating its 13th year, experience history from years 1840 through the 1940s. Join the period music and dancing, storytelling, Indian dances, and demonstrations - something for everyone! Families of all ages will enjoy period reenactments, traditional food, rustic crafts and cultural activities with a focus on our wonderful history.  Located on the banks of Yellow River in downtown Plymouth in River Park Square (corner of Garro and Water Street). Looking for a way to join the fun, we want to share the schedule of events, read below:

Saturday, June 1st, 2019
Educational, Entertainment & History Stage Schedule
7:00   - Set up begins for last minute arrivals
9:00  - Event opens to public
9:30  - Flag raising ceremony (firing of cannons)
11:00 - Weapons demonstration
12:30 - USO show
2:00   - Civil war skirmish
3:00   - Uniform and vintage clothing show 
4:00   - Tactics throughout the ages
5:00   - Festival closes to public (1 cannon to fire)

Sunday, June 2nd, 2019
9:00  - Event opens to public (1 cannon fires)
11:00 - Weapons demonstration
12:30 - USO show
1:30   - Civil war skirmish
2:00  - Uniform and vintage clothing show
3:00 – Festival Closes , lowering of the flag ( 1 cannon fire)

FREE ADMISSION to the Yellow River Festival, June 1 9am-5pm and June 2, 9am-3pm, for more information visit their website at www.yellowriverfestival.com