Homecoming Parade-Memorial Weekend

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Memorial Weekend is a time to honor our fallen veterans. Also during this time, it is a chance to reunite with school classmates.

Homecoming Weekend takes place on Saturday of Memorial Weekend with a parade, picnic in the park, cruz'n mill street, class reunions and much more. The 50th year classes from Beloit High School and St. John's High School are recognized before the parade in Downtown Beloit. It is a great time to stroll down memory lane.

The Parade will organize at South & Mill in the Down Under parking lot. The parade will run North on Mill St.

Homecoming Parade-Memorial Weekend

Address : Downtown and Chautauqua Park Beloit KS
Phone : 785-738-2717   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free


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