Veterans Day Parade and more

Come out and honor our veterans.

veterans-day-16Parade starts this morning, Friday, November 11th, at 10 am at Veterans Hall located at 810 H Street, Crescent City, California.   The annual parade goes down to Front Street.  Lunch follows at noon.

Free services and discounts for Veterans:

  • Little Caesars: Veterans can get a free Crazy $5 Hot-n-Ready lunch combo from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at participating location. Must present a valid military ID.
  • Denny’s: Is closed for remodeling.
  • Fisherman’s Restaurant:  FREE Coffee and 20% off meals. Must present a valid military ID.
  • Home Depot:  10% Discount on purchases. Must present a valid military ID.
  •  Offering 20% off of select apparel on Veterans Day. Promotion code: “20veterans”
  • Bed Bath & Beyond:  U.S. Military and Veterans get 20% off Thursday, November 10th – Sunday, November 13th.  The closest one to Crescent City is located in Eureka, California.
  • Walgreens:  Offering a 20% discount to all Veterans, Active duty military, and their immediate families, on Veterans Day 2016. Must present a Walgreens Rewards card and valid Military ID or proof of service to receive discount on eligible items.
  • Western Union: Is offering consumers the opportunity to make U.S. domestic money transfers — and transfers to and from U.S. military bases around the world where Western Union has a retail Agent location — for zero fee on Veterans Day using promo code HERO.

The following will be closed today:

  • Post Office and no mail delivery.
  • Banks.
  • Government offices.

8 Responses to Veterans Day Parade and more

  1. Anthony Joseph Reply

    September 4, 2019 at 11:28 pm

    Veterans Day Parade will be held in different cities to honor veterans.
    Veterans Day Parade 2019 is great source to spreads awareness and show patriotic feelings .

  2. Wesley Nunn Reply

    November 10, 2017 at 8:02 am

    It’s true that the committee running the Veteran’s Day parade and lunch is a completely independent entity, separate from the Vet’s Post. But the committee includes some of our local veterans. And it looks like they’ll have a nice lunch this year, catered by Marlo’s. And the lunch is free to Veterans.

    Last year the person running it botched it. So far this year it looks like they’ve got it together. Still, I find it a bit of a shame that this committee insisted on running it themselves independently of the Veteran’s Post.

    • Webmaster Reply

      November 11, 2017 at 1:27 pm

      Marlo’s did an excellent job on the food and there was plenty. This was probably the best attended Vet luncheon I’ve seen in 10 years.
      Thank you to all that made it happen.

      • WTF Reply

        November 11, 2017 at 2:35 pm

        Glad to hear the luncheon went well, but attendance at the parade was poor. Our vets deserve better……

      • Wesley Nunn Reply

        November 11, 2017 at 3:34 pm

        Very happy to hear it! Nice turnaround from last year.

  3. VFW member Reply

    November 9, 2017 at 10:56 am

    Crescent City VFW Post 1381 Newsletter, October 2017: “This year the Veteran’s Day Parade and Dinner Committee, which is NOT a part of VFW Post 1381, will be providing (hosting)the meal on Veteran’s Day. We have no additional information at this time.”

    As it has been in every recent year, local politicians place themselves in the front of the parade. Only two local office holding politicians are veterans; Mayor Blake Inscore and Bob Berkowitz.

  4. Dan Reply

    November 7, 2017 at 10:01 am

    Your title date is Tuesday Nov 7, 2017 but you first sentance says:

    Parade starts this morning, Friday, November 11th, at 10 am at Veterans Hall located at 810 H Street, Crescent City, California.

    Did you just copy something from past years and and not even run it past your editor?
    Last calendar I checked Veterans day is in four days and falls on a Saturday.
    So I tend to not believe any other statement in your story.

    • Webmaster Reply

      November 7, 2017 at 12:22 pm

      That post was from 2016.

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