Baltimore Veterans Day Parade Returns
(Baltimore, MD) -- For the first time since the pandemic, Baltimore's Veterans Day Parade is scheduled to step off on November 11th.
It marks the first Veterans Day Parade since 2019 and the COVID pandemic.
“After a hiatus due to COVID-19, I am excited to announce the return of the Baltimore City Veterans Day Parade to recognize the selfless service that millions of Americans have given to our country,” said Mayor Brandon M. Scott. “As the brother of a United States Navy veteran, I know firsthand the determination and valor that our veterans and servicemembers possess and I am honored to be able to celebrate this Veterans Day alongside these brave men and women.”
The parade will kick off on Veterans Day at noon at the Washington Monument on North Charles Street and continue south on Charles Street before traveling down Lexington Street and ending at War Memorial Plaza.
Mayor Brandon Scott is expected to be joined by other city leaders, veterans, and military personnel including the United States Coast Guard, City Ranch and Buffalo Soldiers 9th and 10th Calvary and Baltimore City Public Schools Junior ROTC programs.
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