Canoe Community Homecoming

Canoe Homecoming set
Canoe Homecoming set The Canoe Homecoming will be held on November 17, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., along Lowery Lane in downtown Canoe. Arts and crafts vendors, food, and reenactors and a living history camp will be set up at the Confederate Memorial. There will also be a historical presentation regarding Canoe at the Civic Center during the day. For more info call 251-294-0293.
Coming home to Canoe
Some folks walked through the living history camp set up by re-enactors. Others browsed from vendor to vendor. Some checked out the vintage cars while others listened to the bluegrass filling the air. And throughout the day, folks visited the displays in the Canoe Civic Club – old pictures, memorabilia. History books were available for purchase. And for many of the people milling about, much of that history is their…
Living history added to Canoe event
While the Canoe Community Homecoming, hosted by Canoe Civic Club, was already set to be an event-filled day, even more has been added. According to Kevin McKinley, one of the organizers, about 20 reenactors plan to conduct a living history at the event this weekend. They will set up a War Between the States camp along Hill Street in Canoe on the night of Friday, November 17, and will be…
Reviving a community tradition
To the editor: The Canoe Civic Club is pleased to announce it will host Canoe Community Homecoming on November 18, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. This will be a family friendly, community event that will hopefully become an annual tradition. In the past the Canoe Civic Club has hosted community homecomings that consisted of lots of food and fellowship. Unfortunately, many of the participants of the old homecoming events…