Remembering those who have served for our freedom

Veterans Day Celebrations

Loveland

4 a.m. -  Bell ringers of Loveland, ring various sizes of bells.
6 a.m. - The Boy Scouts and other volunteers raise 50 flags once draped over the casket of fallen veterans at Loveland Burial Park.
6 a.m. - 9 a.m. -  Breakfast is served. Veterans in uniform eat free.
8 a.m. - Wide variety of veterans support agencies, organizations set table up to provide assistance to the veterans and family members.
10 a.m. - Parade stages on the corner of 3rd street and Railroad Ave.
11:11 a.m.- Parade starts; north on Railroad to 4th Street, West on 4th street, North on Garfield Ave for 7/10 mile, West on 13th street. Ends at 13th & Grant st. (Dwayne Webster Veterans Park)
11:45 a.m.- Fighter Jets fly over salute
12 p.m. - Presentation and ceremony at Dwayne Webster Veterans Park.
1 p.m.- Associated Veterans Club of Loveland corner of 3rd and Cleveland Ave. open to the public. View the historical artifacts, have lunch, step back in time to 1945 to a German POW camp building. Socialize with hundreds of Veterans in various uniforms from WWII to present day.

Littleton

11 a.m. - Parade at The City of Littleton WWII Memorial 6000 S. Gallup St.

Ft. Logan

11 a.m. - Ceremony at Fort Logan National Cemetery

Denver

Noon - Brown Palace Hotel and Spa champagne cascade. 321 17th Street in downtown Denver.

4:30 p.m. - Providence Presbyterian Church Veterans service. 2675 South Downing Street.

Evans

1:30 p.m. - Veteran's Day Ceremony and Medal of Honor Recipient Recognition at the Evans Cemetery.


 

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