Branson’s Veterans Homecoming Week remembers and honors our military and their Families”

A recent piece published on line in entitled, “Branson doesn’t forget- Veterans Homecoming Week” reports that Branson will be celebrating “Veterans Homecoming Week” starting on November 5 and running through November 11. It out that Branson’s Veterans Homecoming Week is one of the largest “Veterans Day” celebrations in the world, is filled with special events of all kinds, most of which are free to Veterans, and that the theme for this year’s event is “Branson Doesn’t Forget Our Military and their Families.”

It also pointed out that those attending Branson’s Veterans Homecoming Week will be able to participate in Ozark Mountain Christmas activities. Paul Miller, the General Manager for the Branson Tourism Center (BTC), one of Branson’s largest and most respected vacation planning services said, “In addition to the full slate of Veterans Homecoming Activities, those attending will also be able to share in the excitement of the first week of Branson’s ‘Ozark Mountain Christmas.’”

Article Excerpts:

The Veterans Village hosts the Veterans Registry, the free lunch that will be served to Veterans between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. from November 6 through November 10, has the latest information about the week’s events, Veteran discounts, displays and information from vendors and provides a convenient place to just relax and fellowship with old friends and new acquaintances.

…the 76th Annual Veterans Day Parade through historic downtown Branson on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month and the celebration of the “The Few, The Proud, The United States 234th Marine Corps Birthday Ball” at the Branson Convention Center on November 10 are examples of the many events to be held throughout the week.

The most complete list of events and their scheduled times will be found on the Veterans Homecoming page of the Branson Veterans Task Force website and should be consulted for the most current information.

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