In honor of our veterans and active service men and women, many Seattle area businesses are offering special prices and services for Veteran’s Day. Here are some of our favorites for vets, servicemen and women and their families.
From recognizing our American Veterans to celebrating many cultures, this weekend is a colorful mix of what makes our nation great.
The first Veteran’s Day (called Armistice Day) was proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1919. Today, like it was nearly a century ago, we remember the heroism of our service men and women and honor our Veterans. In Puget Sound, there are many celebrations and observances to attend.
Veterans! Military Spouses! Head to Safeco Field on Thursday, November 3 for an Opportunity Expo called “Hiring Our Heroes”.
This award-winning documentary by Lisa Gilman, is about the veteran-run anti-war coffee house, Coffee Strong outside of Fort Lewis.
Today the red, white, and blue became our official flag in 1777. One area memorial park wants to honor the flag, and our veterans today. Here’s how you can help.