Tarrant County Veterans Day Parade

November 10, 2018 @ 10:45 am – 12:00 pm

Your Tarrant County Veterans Council (TCVC) is aiming to make this year’s Veterans Day parade the best ever.

This year’s parade salutes the centennial of World War I. Your Tarrant County Veterans Council is remembering and educating the public about The War to End All Wars. More than four million American families sent their sons and daughters to serve during the Great War – 116,516 soldiers gave their lives in combat and another 200,000 were wounded.

As you’re aware, Veterans Day is intended to honor and thank all veterans who served our country in all wars, particularly living veterans. Although officially observed on November 11, this year’s parade through downtown Fort Worth will step off at 11 a.m. on Saturday, November 10.

Parade Route: Parade will travel from Tarrant County Courthouse on Main Street through Sundance Square and return on Houston Street.

To enter the parade, make a donation or gather more information, visit our website at http://tarrantcountyveterans.org, or e-mail parade organizers at [email protected].

Tarrant County Veterans Council
ATTN: Veterans Day Parade
P.O. Box 820451
Fort Worth, Texas 76182

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