Getting around Plymouth this weekend might be a challenge, as folks come by the thousands to Marshall County's Blueberry Festival.
The festival, Which runs all weekend, Draws families from across the region. Some enjoy the entertainment and shopping, While others just come to eat!
One of the most popular items on the menu: those freshly baked blueberry donuts, but if you want to take a dozen home, expect to wait awhile in line.
“We've cut it down to only selling a dozen because our line got to a 45 minute wait,” said Steve Swihart, Blueberry Festival Volunteer. “So we're down to a dozen and it still takes about 15 to 20 minutes to get from the end to the beginning.
“They're fresh and they're freshly baked so we go home and eat them right away and have them afterwards,” said South Bend resident Marcia Johnson.
If you haven't made it out to blueberry fest, events are still going on Sunday and Monday.
The Sunday starts with a blueberry buffet bright and early at 6:30 a.m.