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Our offices will be closed Monday, November 12, 2012 in observance of the Federal Holiday of Veteran’s Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, November 13.
If you are in town for the day, there are many ways to celebrate the day in NYC. Here are a few of our favorite ideas:
Veteran’s Day Parade and Street Fair:
New York’s Veteran’s Day Parade is that largest of it’s kind in the nation – with over 20,000 participants and 600,000+ parade spectators. This year’s theme is “UNITED WE STAND”, reminding the public to stand behind America’s veterans, as well as reflecting one of the founding principles of our nation. This year’s featured service branch is the U.S. Coast Guard (all branches will participate). The Parade will mark the 150th anniversary of the Medal of Honor and the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. It will also be part of the ongoing Department of Defense Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War.
The opening ceremony will start at 10 am right here in Madison Square Park at the Eternal Flame on Sunday, November 11. The parade commences at 11:25am on 23rd Street continuing north on Fifth Avenue up to 59th Street. The official reviewing stand is located at 41st Street in front of the New York Public Library. Bleachers are available next to the reviewing stand.
On Monday, November 12, 2012, the “Patriot’s Row” Street Fair will take place from 9am to 5pm on 53th Street between Madison & 6th Avenues.
For a full schedule of events, please visit: http://www.vetsday.org/events/
Pictures from previous Veteran’s Day Parades taken right here on Fifth and 26th Street:
Give thanks to our Veteran’s by sacrificing some of your time. NYC Service, run by the City of New York, knows that everyone has something to offer. They can assist you with using your time, passion, skills and willingness to help address New York’s most pressing needs – including victims of the recent Superstorm Sandy which devastated parts of the City and Tristate areas.
Ice skating in the City is a beloved seasonal tradition. Whether you are participating or watching, the only problem is which of our World famous rinks do you choose from?
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