The City of Mansfield's Veterans Day Parade and Salute is back for 2021! The city will recognize veterans from Mansfield and beyond with this special event.
The parade is scheduled for 9 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6. The parade will begin at St. Jude Catholic Church – located at 500 E. Dallas St. – and travel north on South Waxahachie Street before turning west on East Broad Street. From there, the parade will travel north on Smith Street, then south on Main Street after a brief turn to the west onto East Oak Street, and finally, east on East Dallas Street, ending at St. Jude Catholic Church.
The city is looking for groups, businesses and organizations to participate in the parade. Participants may pull a float with a vehicle, use a vehicle without a float or walk or march in the parade. If you are interested in participating, submit an application by Oct. 15. Spaces are limited and participants must receive approval.
Immediately following the parade, there will be a patriotic salute ceremony in front of The LOT Downtown, 110 S. Main St.
Click here for more information about the City of Mansfield's Veterans Day festivities.
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