Veterans Weekend Events

Albany’s Annual Veterans Day Parade
When: Saturday, Nov 11, 11:00 AM
Where: Central Avenue, Albany
About the Parade

Honor the millions of veterans at Albany’s 62nd Annual Veteran’s Day Parade. The parade kicks off at the corner of Central Avenue and Ontario Street at 11am.
The parade marches down Central Avenue, continuing on to Washington Avenue. The reviewing stand is on the steps of the Education Building, across from the Capitol. The parade finishes at the corner of Rockenstyre Way (old Hawk Street). The Grand Marshall typically arrives at the Education Building at about 11:30am.
The Co-Grand Marshalls for this year’s parade are Jack Clancy and Jimmy Brown, the Co-Founders of the Tri-County Council of Vietnam Era Veterans. The organization is celebrating their 35th anniversary this year.
Come out and honor the veterans who served our country!
Veterans Law Day
When: Saturday, Nov 11, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
At Veterans Law Day, veterans and their families receive legal information from volunteer attorneys and presenters.
The program is open to all veterans seeking general legal help related to employment, family law, and more.
If you are a veteran with a legal issue and you would like to meet with a volunteer attorney for a free consultation, please contact 518-472-5858.
A hot breakfast will be served, courtesy of the Student Alumni Veterans Association and Women’s Rugby Team.
This event, made possible through generous community support, is presented by Albany Law School’s Pro Bono Program & the Veterans’ Rights Project.
Veterans Day Aboard Slater

When: Saturday, Nov 11, and Sunday, Nov 12, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Come celebrate our veterans aboard USS SLATER! We will have a ceremony at 0900, followed by tours of the WWII ship starting at 1000.
During World War II, 563 Destroyer Escorts battled Nazi U-boats on the North Atlantic protecting convoys of men and material. In the Pacific they stood in line to defend naval task forces from Japanese submarines and Kamikaze air attacks. Today, only one of these ships remains afloat in the United States, the USS SLATER.
Moored on the Hudson River in Albany, New York, the USS SLATER has undergone an extensive restoration that has returned the ship to her former glory. The museum offers hour-long guided tours, youth group overnight camping, and a historic location to hold naval reunions.
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