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Events

Veterans Day Parade

Saturday, November 9, 2013 -

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LOCATION: Downtown Raleigh - Multiple locations/streets

Come downtown for the Veterans Day Parade and ceremony honoring the men and women who are protecting our freedom and those who served in the past.




Associated Street Closures:
Date and Time: Saturday, November 9 from 7 am-1:30 pm

Location:

The parade will begin assembling at 7 am along the 00 through 500 blocks of South Salisbury St. At approximately 9:15 am they will begin the parade at the intersection of Lenoir and Fayetteville St. They will proceed north on Fayetteville St. to Morgan St., turn left onto Morgan St. and proceed to Salisbury St., turn right onto Salisbury St. and proceed to Edenton St., turn right onto Edenton St. and proceed to Wilmington St. where the parade will disassemble. There will be a gathering on the Capitol grounds for further ceremonies from 11 am until 1 pm.

The following streets will be closed from 8 am until the conclusion of the parade:
The 00 block of Wilmington St, and the 100 block of N. Wilmington St..
The 00 block of Edenton St. and the 100 block of E. Edenton St.
The 00 through the 500 blocks of S. Salisbury St.
The 00 blocks and 100 blocks of W. Morgan St., W. Hargett St., W. Martin St., and W. Davie St.
The 100 to 500 block of Fayetteville St.
The 00 block of Lenoir St. from S. Salisbury St. to S. Wilmington St.
Wilmington St. will remain open except for the two blocks mentioned above.