Homestead FestSept. 11, 2018 Heritage and the grand marshal [BCR photo/Jim Dunn]Teresa Pini (right) takes a picture of a National Historic Landmark plaque at the Owen Lovejoy Homestead in Princeton Sunday afternoon with classmate Jack Reppin. The seventh-graders from Washington School in Oglesby came to tour the historic Princeton home to gather information for a history report. They were accompanied by Teresa's mother, Mary Pini, and her grandmother, Judy Conrad. [BCR photo/Jim Smith]Jim Smith of Princeton, grand marshal of the Homestead Festival parade, speaks Saturday after being introduced by Kristi Warren (background) of the Homestead Festival Steering Committee. [BCR photo/Jim Dunn]Loretta Volker of Princeton looks at the Richard Widmark memorial star and plaque that were installed in the sidewalk in front of the Apollo Theater, ahead of the fifth annual showing of a Widmark movie during the Homestead Festival. Friday night's showing was "The Last Wagon," a western.