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Manhattan Veterans Day Parade

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Event# 785-776-8829

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Come support our Veterans on their special day. This year we will have elements of the Big Red One marching in the parade along with area students and float entries.
7:00 am breakfast at the VFW on 4th Street
9:30 am parade heading west away from the mall
11:00 am ceremony & luncheon at Manhattan City Hall

Manhattan Veterans Day Parade

Address : Poyntz Ave Manhattan KS
Phone : 785-776-8829   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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