2 & 3


Festival Hours

Sat.,  June 2, 2018, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun., June 3, 2018, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

River Park Square, Plymouth, IN

Free Admission!

Photos are representative of past festivals, see Schedule of Events under The Festival for events scheduled this year. 

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Congratulations Indiana, celebrating their Bicentennial this year!

Marshall County:
• Was there really a plot to burn Plymouth down by a radical southern group?
• Really, there was a town called 'Huckleberry' in Marshall County?
• What Indian tribe lived around Lake Maxinkuckee?
• Where is the oldest building, built in the 1850's (still existing)?
• The Pennsylvania Railroad ran special trains to Bourbon for what reason in 1872?
• What town was known as the "Mint Capital of the World"?

Find out the answers to these question by clicking on  "The History" pages and scrolling onto the buttons featuring each town in Marshall County.

Our mission:

The Yellow River Festival is a celebration

of the historical and ecological

significance of the river and it's

relationship to Marshall County

and the larger geographic region. 

Our goal is to present to the public, the history

and the development of The City of Plymouth,

Marshall County, Indiana and America, from

the earliest explorers to our present day experience. 

From our forefathers farming of the land, to the development of industry, our goal is to accurately portray the growth into a city, county and statehood with no revisionist history, just the truth, be it good times or bad. 


A major part of the Festival is a focus on the Yellow

River itself and the environment around it. We want

to help our community better understand the

ecological significance of the river and its

relationship to Marshall County history and

the larger geographic region.

OUR History