Community Events

If you want your community event posted, send the information to Vida Erickson.

8-12 year old Coed Flag Football League
5-7 year old Coed Flag Football Program

Our Flag Football League and Program offer club kids a no contact football experience.

The Boys & Girls Club is currently accepting registration forms for a coed flag football league. The ages are 8-12 and registration ends April 3rd. Practices will start April 10th and games will start April 18th and run through May 24th. Forms can be picked up at the Boys & Girls Club.

The Boys & Girls Club is also accepting registration forms for a coed flag football program for 5-7 year old club members starting Monday, April 8th from 5:00-6:00. All sessions will take place on Mondays from 5:00-6:00 ending May 13th. This program will teach our cadet members the fundamentals of flag football in a fun energetic atmosphere. Registration ends April 8th. The first session is April 8th. Forms can be picked up at the Boys & Girls Club.

Boys & Girls Club Coed Teen Travel Volleyball League

The Boys & Girls Club is currently accepting registration forms for a Coed Travel Volleyball league. The ages are 12-16. We will have some home games and we will be traveling to other Boys & Girls Clubs and youth organizations throughout the area. Registration ends March 20th. The first practice is March 20th from 7:00-8:00 pm. League schedules will be handed out at the first practice. Forms can be picked up at the Boys & Girls Club.

Kid’s Day at the Marshall County Museum is Wednesday, April 3 during Spring Break! The interactive model trains will be running with a Jingle Bell Rock theme from 10-2 PM!  Kids can make craft & take home a Penguin Point  treat coupons to keep the fun going even AFTER the museum trip!  The Marshall County Museum is located at 123 N. Michigan St. in historic downtown Plymouth.  For more information call 574-936-2306.

Bremen Kiwanis Semi-Annual Mom2Mom Sale

Saturday, March 16, 2019
9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Bremen High School Gym
Newborn to Teen Resale Items
Bake Sale and Refreshments
$1.00 Entrance Fee * Children Free *Proceeds benefit local Children’s Programs CASH ONLY 

Softball Open Gym

Girls Division 12U & 14U

Menominee Elementary School Gym Thursdays 7-8:30 p.m. January 17- March 21, 2019

Girls will work on conditioning, fundamentals, and preparation for the spring season. Please wear practice clothes and tennis shoes - no cleats.

Open gym is $10 for all 12 U & 14 U girls.

For more information, call or text Tiffany Fisher at 574-806-3952.

Plymouth Junior League, Inc.
2019 Baseball Season
Registration Information

Children aged 4-16 (must be 4 by May 1/ must not be 17 before May 1) are eligible to participate in the Plymouth
Junior League, Inc. baseball program. We are eagerly anticipating some summer fun and hope you can be a part
of the 2019 baseball season.

We are continuing our partnership with LeagueOne by ActiveSports to do online registration. All you have to do
is follow the link listed below. The process is quick, easy, and allows for more payment choices and options than
we were able in do in the past. We will continue to hold an in-person registration day for those participants that
can’t register online due to internet availability. Registration will be open January 1, 2019 until April 15, 2019. We will not accept late registrations this year.

Online Registration:

  • Go to our new PJLB website at
  • Click on the Register tab on the top of the page
  • Click on the league you will be registering your child for and it will transfer you to the LeagueOne website
  • The website is able to take registrations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

In-Person Registration:

Will be held at The Webster Recreation Center
Saturday, March 16th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Sunday, March 17th from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost - $70.00 per child or $120.00 max per family (2 or more children)
Drafts will be held in April and practices will start soon after.

Please feel free to contact Plymouth Junior League, Inc. at or call any of
the following board members if you have questions:

2019 Board of Directors

• Burke Richeson, President (574-780-0393)
• Fred Berkeypile, Member (574-952-2333)
• Ryan Jessen, Vice President (574-298-8363)
• Billy Schoff, Member (574-948-1976)
• John Mills, Treasurer (574-327-0614)
• Alex Wright, Member (574-341-4466)
• Jim Pike, Secretary (574-952-4041)
• Christopher Schrameyer, Member (260-527-4099)
• Jason Feece, Member (574-933-2771)
• Jordan Sauer, Member (574-540-9282)
• Greg Carroll, Jr., Member (574-930-6319)
• Tony Palmer, Member (574-309-2127)
• Travis Hunter, Member (574-780-4797

We are looking for team sponsors for the 2019 season. Contact a Board Member for information if you are interested.

Check out our new & improved Marshall County Museum website!

Since our last website redesign 5-years ago, we have strived to become the “hub” in downtown Plymouth…a place for community gatherings, interesting events, for telling and celebrating the story Marshall County.

The new site, a collaboration with Heiden Creative, designed by RECON Media, is more contemporary, user-friendly & inviting with bolder colors & lively interaction!  When exploring the site, you’ll discover when the model trains run, how to make connections in the Genealogy Research Library, or stumble upon the date & time of the next Brown Bag program, the Ghost Walk, Time Travel Camp, or one of our architectural tours!  Action shots of museum guests volunteering, admiring exhibits, & attending programs & events make the website even more attractive, welcoming & community-oriented.

After navigating the new website, we hope that even more prospective guests find the Marshall County Museum as a family destination & that regular patrons will even feel more of a connection to the Crossroads Center in our community. Visit the new website & stay connected with the Museum for all your history needs. We enjoy our role as being the storytellers of Marshall County in the heart of historic downtown Plymouth and invite you to visit the “hub” if you haven’t already!

Classes offered at Heartland Art Gallery

Gloria will be offering a class at Heartland Art Gallery:
Imaginary Creatures in Sculpy Clay  This class will encourage creating creatures like faeries, dragons, and unicorns out of colorful clay, baking the clay and then attaching our creations to rocks, shells, or driftwood to construct an imaginary place.  Students will learn various techniques to make texture, hair, ears and limbs. Small motor skills will be used so it is important that the students are at least 7 years old or accompanied by parent when taking the class. Ages 7-adult.  Saturday, February 16, 10:30-noon.  Call 574.936.9515 to learn of class cost and reserve your spot.

New Creations Offers Cultural Art Classes in Plymouth for Students Ages 6-14

Gloria Seitz, a certified K-12 art teacher, will be teaching classes on the topic of Investigating Cultural Art. In this seven week class we will be learning about the various cultural styles of art which will culminate in a project related to the style we are exploring. We will also be fitting the civilizations into a timeline. Some of the cultures studied will include Egyptian, Vietnamese, African, Indian, and Chinese. We will use a variety of exciting materials including clay, scratch art paper, feathers and beads, metal tooling and plaster.
CLASSES WILL BEGIN ON THE FIRST WEEK OF MARCH AND END THE WEEK OF APRIL 22. No classes on the first week in April to allow for Spring Break. The Art Festival will be held on Monday, April 29.  

Tuesdays, classes at Crossroads Church on Oak Drive in Plymouth, IN, beginning March 5, are as follows:  Ages 6-10 will meet at 3:30-4:30 p.m. Ages 9-14 meet from 4:45 -5:45 p.m. All dates: March 5, 12, 19, 26. April 9, 16, 23.
The cost for the seven week classes is $80 for the first child and $5 LESS for each additional child.  You will save $5 on the total cost if you pay by February 25.  Cost includes supplies (except sketch book, erasers, fine line Sharpie, pencils, rulers, and folder:  These you will need to purchase), room rental, and Art Festival. There is a supply list on the website.

You need to reserve your spot by calling or texting Gloria at 574-315-1858. After you have reserved your spot, sign up on online page on the website at  (You do not have to do this multiple times!!!) To save $5 mail your registration to Gloria by printing out the form online and sending it to the address listed on the form by February 25.  Both sign-ups help keep records straight. Make out checks to Gloria Seitz. If you pay at the first class please put payment in an envelope with your name on the envelope along with the online form.  Classes do fill up, so be sure to get your registration in early.  IMPORTANT CHANGE IN POLICY: If you register for the class and decide not to attend you must call Gloria and cancel by February 15 or pay her for the class. Her classes have been filling and there is a waiting list and this makes it unfair to students who want to attend. Thank you for your understanding!