Veterans Day Celebration

Veterans Day Celebration

We are a family that has 3 veterans that we love and support. My father is an Army veteran and my two brothers as well. We are deeply humbled by the love that they have for this country as well. This day lets remember the love and the sacrifice each of our soldiers have done for us to live in America freely.

Deeply humbled and grateful. 

 So many of the cities across this nation will have parades honoring the freedom they have gave us. And the least we can do is to show that love and support to them this weekend and of course always. This is that time that we can be apart of something bigger than us. I want to share a list of some of the festivals and parades. 


1. The parade in Downtown Dallas will be on FRIDAY, November 11th, with massing of the colors and the 11th hour (11:00 AM) ceremony in front of City Hall. The parade will commence following the official ceremony (approximately 1 hour). The route will start at Reunion Arena, will proceed north on Houston Street, east on Main Street, south on Ervay Street, west on Young Street, south on Akard Street and pass in review in front of City Hall*. This is a great chance to learn more about the Veterans and the love they have. 

Farmers Branch

This Friday at 10:30 am is a great time to see some amazing Veterans at the Farmers Branch Senior Center. This is a family friendly event and great celebration. It will be great to hear from amazing speakers and entertainment. This ceremony will end with lunch of the All- American hotdogs. This is a FREE event. 

Sundance Square- Ft. Worth

This is also an early Friday morning parade at 10:00am celebration at the Sundance Square. This by far will have tons and tons of celebration to celebrate our veterans. My favorite is to hear TAPS, something about that trumpet that sets a sweet tone.

Veteran Freebies 

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