INDIANAPOLIS - In its 50th anniversary, the organizers of the Indianapolis Veterans Day Parade say their mission is simple: to honor all veterans.
The Veterans Day Council of Indianapolis, Inc., said more than 80 military units march in the annual parade, which begins at Michigan and Pennsylvania streets, moves south on Pennsylvania to New York Street, west to Meridian Street and finishes at North Street. Click here for a complete map of the parade and places to park (and not to park).
Here's everything you need for this year's parade :
- Parade begins at roughly 11:45 a.m. Monday after the completion of a memorial service, which begins at 11 a.m.
- Parade route map http://bit.ly/HR3JKQ (includes closed streets and no-parking areas)
- Parade guidelines http://bit.ly/1iZ3r0z
- General information http://bit.ly/HPGWQH
If you're not able to attend any of the events, the Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation is accepting online donations. All proceeds will help local veterans with housing and empowerment services. For more information click here. (Mobile users http://bit.ly/kZXGMG)