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Marshall County Blueberry Festival

Submitted by on August 21, 2011 – 9:04 pmNo Comment


Blueberries are the centerpiece at the annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival in Plymouth, Indiana. It’s set for Labor Day weekend, September 2 through 5, 2011.

Of course blueberries are in abundance. Several non-profit groups will offer the very best in blueberry delights like blueberry pie, blueberry ice cream, blueberry shakes, sundaes, donuts, blueberry cheesecake and just plain blueberries. There are also all the expected amenities of a small town fair, including carnival rides, entertainment, garden tractor pulls, volleyball games and a hot air balloon launch.

More than 100 food booths will offer everything from pork chop sandwiches and Italian roast beef to corn on the cob.

In 1966, the Plymouth Jaycees organized a Labor Day Celebration for Marshall County, to observe Indiana’s sesquicentennial. The celebration was so successful a group of citizens formed a board of directors to organize an annual festival. With Marshall County providing one third of Indiana’s Blueberry Crop at the time, the board chose to call the festival, The Marshall County Blueberry Festival. Who knew this humble celebration would grow to be Indiana’s largest four-day festival.

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