Petaluma Veterans Day Parade 2020: If you are looking for updates from Veterans Day 2020 Parade, then you are in the perfect place to know everything related to the Parade and events happening on Veterans Day 2020, which is observed on November 11 (Monday) like each time. Below, you can also find the previous year Veterans Day parade 2020 updates too.
NOTE: We are gathering the date from various websites about the Veterans Day parade 2020. We will update it here asap. Till then, you can check some live parade highlights from Veterans day 2020 below.
As you all know, Petaluma Veterans Day Parade 2020 still happening, but other events canceled by smoke. According to some sources, “Despite tainted air caused by smoke from the Camp fire in Butte County, resulting in Sonoma County school closures, some local venues planned Friday to go ahead with events scheduled for the weekend, including Sunday’s Veterans Day Parade in Petaluma, but there also were a few cancellations.”
“The parade will go on,” said Steve Kemmerle, the parade coordinator. “The forecast is for wind change. There is no way to notify 200 entries.”
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The event includes marching units, a Huey helicopter flyover, and military vehicles, some of them already parked in town and ready to go on Sunday, Kemmerle said.
Petaluma Veterans Day Parade 2020 is on Sunday, November 11, 2020
THANK YOU FOR COMING OUT TO THE PARADE TO SUPPORT OUR VETERANS!
Thank You to All Our Veterans and to those who helped or participated in creating a day of appreciation for our Veterans, especially the Two Rock Coast Guard.
THE LITTLE CITY OF PETALUMA SUPPORTED A WONDERFUL 2020 VETERANS DAY PARADE COMPLETE WITH FLYOVERS FROM OUR FRIENDS THE “HUEY VETS” WITH THEIR RESTORED HUEY HELICOPTER. THE U.S. COAST GUARD AND 5 WARBIRDS PARTICIPATED AS WELL.
For those participating in the parade, street monitors will be on hand to give out assigned numbers. Staging begins at 11:00 AM on 4th Street, from D Street south to I Street.
12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM Music will play in the gazebo. Peter Lombardi will head up the sound system.
The 12-1 Band, Johnathan Parnelli, and Friends will perform in Walnut Park
Program after the parade, Gary Greeno, Vietnam USN will be the speaker at approximately 2:45 PM at the gazebo, opening prayer, Pledge of Allegiance, the introduction of Speakers of the Day.
The National Anthem and God Bless America will be sung this year by Adrea Krout.
Thanks to Friedman’s, Exchange Bank, and all the donors of 2020, you make the parade possible.
From 1967 to 1983, Julius Forcucci & 2 WWI buddies walked the parade together.
In 1983 one friend died & the other was ill, so Forcucci walked alone carrying an American Flag in 1984 and 1985.
In 1986, 50 veterans joined him and the annual parade began.
Julius Forcucci died Sept. 7, 1988, at age 94. During the 1988 Veterans Day Parade, a riderless horse with its stirrups tied to the saddle led the parade in honor of Forcucci.
Over the years the parade has grown. In the early ’90s, the parade reached 100 entries. The 2020 parade had over 200 entries with over 2,000 participants. The estimated crowd was over 40,000.
Recognized as one of the best in the U.S.
It is the largest Veterans Day Parade north of the Golden Gate.
Several military parents and military offspring
Grand Marshals: Terry Park and Ken Vabkar, Vietnam veterans
There will be Clydesdales in the parade pulling Gold Star parents Lombardi Harriott.
USCG Two Rock and Cotati Harley Club
A Huey Helicopter will fly over the parade, Sheriff’s & US Coast Guard Helicopters. Petaluma Airport and Pacific Air museum.
Parade announcers are located at the Petaluma Museum, Putnum Plaza, and in front of the Hide Away Bar.
The attached logo is created & printed by Mrs. Grossman’s Sticker Factory. The company has donated these stickers for the past 12 years.
The USAF Commanders Jazz Combo will perform.
We remember how men and women set aside their civilian pursuits to serve their nation’s cause, defending the freedom of mankind and preserving our American heritage.
We salute past, present, and future members of our armed forces.
We recognize service to our country and her cause does not end with the termination of military service.
Out of blood and sweat, we learned of purpose, sacrifice, tolerance, bravery, and discipline. In our continuing quest for a feeling of honorable world peace, we must cultivate these virtues.