Annual Veterans Day Parade is Saturday, Nov. 5, at Fort Vancouver
Veterans Day is next week, but celebrations at Fort Vancouver will begin this weekend, including the annual parade.
The 34th annual Lough Legacy Veterans Day Parade, put on by the Historic Trust, will begin at 11 a.m. at Fort Vancouver.
The parade coincides with the Veterans Day Open House at the Artillery Barracks. There will be activities for families, hot dogs, raffles, ice cream sundaes, coffee, and hot cocoa. The open house is presented by the Community Military Appreciation Committee.
The parade and open house are free and open to the public.
Earlier in the day, the Race to Remember Veterans Day begins at 8 a.m. Saturday at 1501 Officer’s Row in Vancouver. Young runners can compete in the 1K while others can race the 5K. To register for the run, and for prices, go to: https://www.active.com/vancouver-wa-98663-wa/running/distance-running-races/race-to-remember-veterans-day-2022?fbclid=IwAR3_HL_mAlHAiNIJcxYqRMkIu4d-CPjKJg3olu8zeLB1TOEVkQBdwJPcYR4
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