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Veteran's Day Parade


  • Saturday, November 6, 2010 9:15 am-1 pm

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The 2010 NC Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, November 6th, downtown Raleigh. The parade will start at 09:15 am, intersection of Davie and Fayetteville Street. The Veterans Day Ceremony will begin at 11 am, north side of the state capital grounds, at the Veterans War Memorial. Please call, e-mail or visit our website for additional information.

Ph: 919-653-8863

Associated Street Closures:

The 00 block of Wilmington Street and the 100 block of North Wilmington Street. The 00 block of Edenton Street and the 100 block of East Edenton Street. The 00 through the 400 blocks of Salisbury Street. The 00 blocks and 100 blocks of West Morgan Street, West Hargett Street, West Martin Streeet, and West Davie Street. The 400 block of Fayetteville Street. Wilmington Street will remain open except for the two blocks mentioned above.