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Homecomers festival in Jackson promises fun for all
If you haven't been yet, here's your reminder that Jackson's Homecomers is this week.
It's the 111th annual celebration, a little festival that has something for everyone. Located in Uptown Jackson on the courthouse lawn and along the uptown streets, the event promises a good time. For the kids there's rides and games; for the adults, there's music and entertainment. For all, there's food. Ten vendors are on hand with fair-food indulgence.
New this year is a dunking booth.
Mostly, Homecomers is a chance to run into people you haven't seen in a while.
If you haven't been yet, Homecomers runs through Saturday; festivities begin at 6 p.m. Tonight is arm band night.
Please see more information about nightly events on semoevents.com.
We encourage you to take advantage of the milder weather and check out Homecomers.