Homecoming a hit once again

Sep 8 • Feature Story, LifeNo Comments on Homecoming a hit once again

The 91st annual North Buxton Homecoming drew crowds from across North America this past weekend.

The 91st annual North Buxton Homecoming drew crowds from across North America this past weekend.

Thousands of people from Canada and the United states converged on North Buxton on the weekend for the 91st annual Buxton Homecoming, a three day celebration.

Events featured a U.S/Canadian History and Genealogy Conference, baseball and flag football tournaments, exhibits in the school, museum and log cabin, a church service, fireworks and a car show.

Monday featured the annual Labour Day Parade, one of the longest in Chatham-Kent, stretching more than an hour in length.

Earl Prince has served as parade marshall for more than 50 years.

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