02/05/14 The 48th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival, held annually over Labor Day Weekend, is excited to announce the 2014 theme for the Festival, “Red, White and Blue-berries!!”. Dates for the 2014 Festival are August 29th through September 1st.
“Oh, say, can you see, by the dawn’s early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming”?
These words were written by Francis Scott Key upon viewing, on the morning of September 14, 1814, the American flag still waving over Fort McHenry after the Royal Navy bombardment of the fort.
Experience a “Red, White and Blue-berries time” at the 48th Annual Marshall County Blueberry Festival, as Blueberry Hank and the current Miss Blueberry invite you to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the writing of the National Anthem. Sit back and relax as you ooh and awe at the spectacular fireworks show, or view the hot air balloons, a parade, horse pulls, garden tractor pulls, and the free entertainment on three stages, featuring a variety of family-friendly acts. Take part in a sporting event or wonder through the classic car show and swap meet and a visit to Historic Americana and Blueberry Buddies is a must. Shopping at over 350 arts and craft booths, enjoying all of your favorite festival foods plus unique blueberry treats at one of over 120 food booths, make the Marshall County Blueberry Festival an experience your family will want to visit annually over Labor Day Weekend in beautiful Centennial Park, in Plymouth, Indiana.