Next week is Columbia Falls High School homecoming

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Sporting a red bowtie, senior Gabe Knudsen waves to the crowd during the Columbia Falls High School Homecoming parade last year. Knudsen is now a freshman at Montana Tech.

Next week is homecoming in Columbia Falls. Here’s a look at the events on tap:

• Monday is tropical escape day at the high school, with a parade at 4 p.m. and party at the Coop to follow with music by the Andrew Sweeney Band.

• Tuesday is Nashville versus Hollywood at the high school.

• Wednesday is duo/twins day at the high school.

• Thursday is color wars at the high school. Volleyball plays Polson, with varsity starting about 7:15 p.m.

• Friday is blue and white at the high school. There’s a booster club tailgate party at 6 p.m. with burgers and fixings for $5 a plate. The football game is 7 p.m. versus Libby, with the crowning of homecoming royalty at halftime. The homecoming dance follows the game at The Coop.

• Saturday soccer plays Libby with a 5 p.m. start for the boys and 7 p.m. start for the girls.

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