What started as a true homecoming for Farmington High School has transformed into a festival that celebrates new and old residents every summer.
Farmington's Homecoming Reunion in Marion County has drawn in hundreds of people every year since 2000.
The weekend consists of food, parades, fireworks, and catching up with old friends.
The Homecoming Committee puts on several fundraiser's every year to raise money for the event.
One of the most popular is a breakfast at the Farmington Community Building.
"It's a good social thing," said Wandel Malcomb, Farmington Resident. "We have these breakfasts because they pay for the fireworks every summer when we have that. It just makes a nice get together and everybody looks forward to it, visits, and it's nice to get to know the people in the community again."
The Farmington Homecoming will take place on the weekend of August 17th.
The breakfasts will be held from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. every Sunday in March except for Easter.