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In the fall of 1838, 859 members of the Potawatomi nation were rounded up by General John Tipton and an armed volunteer militia at the Twin Lakes Encampment near Plymouth, Indiana. This forced march lasted for 61 days and covered approximately 660 miles. Throughout the journey, more than 40 people died (mostly children) and were buried in these unmarked graves along the trail.

We have been celebrating Mother Earth all week long! The following events are all free, fun, and very educational! Come on out for the last weekend of Earth Hug Boogie this Saturday and Sunday! We also invite you to check out the event on Sunday at River Park Square to celebrate Earth Day!

Northern Indiana’s Marshall County offers an area for golfers of all ages and skill levels, whether that is from a family-friendly golf course that was built on a 100-year-old family farm or a state-of-the-art golf academy at a high-end resort! Marshall County brings to you, six outstanding golf destinations to make it easy to plan a perfect golf getaway.

Happy Spring everyone, we are so happy its finally here! Feel free to read over some information about the parks here in Marshall County, with locations included, for you to hang out this Spring! You can take your friends and family on a walk through several trails, to different playgrounds, through some splash pads if it is warm enough, and so much more!