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Showing posts with label veterans day san jose. Show all posts

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Veteran's Day 2018

Today is not only Veteran's Day, but is the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War I. There will be an event and parade honoring our veterans starting at 11am at Plaza de Cesar Chavez. The parade will begin at noon from the SAP Center and run from Santa Clara to Market street. For more info, here is the Facebook page for the event.

Friday, November 10, 2017

Veteran's Day Parade

An event honoring our veterans begins at 10am tomorrow at Plaza de Cesar Chavez. The parade itself starts at 11am near the AC Hotel Downtown and continues down Santa Clara Street followed by Market Street all the way to the festival.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

96th Annual Veteran's Day Parade

Today marks a tradition almost 100 years old in San Jose, a Veteran's Day Parade. Below is a list of street closures Downtown to support the parade. The parade stats at Plaza de Cesar Chavez at 11am (the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of the year). This is one of the largest parades in all of Northern California.

Road Closures
  • 7am: Easternmost portion of Park Ave. at S. Market St. closes for reviewing stand setup. Eastbound Park Avenue will remain open at all times from Almaden Blvd. to the break in the median strip and u-turn will continue open westbound for access to Park Center Plaza garage (main driveway). Westbound Park will be closed from Market St. to break in the median.
  • 9am: Parade staging area closes: Autumn St., from Santa Clara to St. John, Santa Clara from 87 to Montgomery, Delmas Ave. from Santa Clara to San Fernando, and Santa Clara, from Montgomery to Cahill.
  • 9am-2:45pm: Santa Clara St. off ramp from northbound Rt. 87 closes.
  • 10:45am: For the Ceremony; southbound lanes of S. Market St. close from San Fernando to San Carlos.
  • 11:20am-2pm: Parade route closes: Santa Clara St. from 87 to First, S. Market St. from St. John to San Carlos, side streets one block to either side of Parade route.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Veterans Day Parade Today

There will be a Veterans Day parade today starting at noon from Delmas Street Downtown. The parade will travel east along Santa Clara Street and then turn onto Market Street. There will also be a memorial ceremony at 11am in Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Source: San Jose Metblogs

Friday, November 11, 2011

Veterans Day Parade in Downtown San Jose

veterans-day-parade.jpgJoin the United Veterans Council as they present the 93rd annual Veterans Day Parade on Friday, November 11, in downtown San Jose. The event will begin with an Opening Ceremony at 11:00 am at Plaza de Cesar Chavez followed by Northern California’s largest Veterans Day Parade at noon. The parade to honor all the brave men and women who served or are currently serving our country will begin at Delmas and Santa Clara Streets near the HP Pavilion and travel east to Market Street, ending at San Carlos Street. So come to downtown San Jose, grab some real estate along Santa Clara Street, and show your patriotism and honor our vets.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

San Jose Metblogs: Veteran's Day Parade Today

San Jose actually hosts the largest Veteran's Day event in Northern California. If you're lucky enough to get the day off, read below or at the San Jose Metblogs site for more details on today's festivities!

92nd Annual Veterans Day Parade

Thursday November 11 is Veterans Day. There will be a memorial ceremony and a parade in downtown San Jose; also, in honor of Veterans Day, entrance fees waived at National Parks.
The Parade’s Opening Ceremony begins on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month with a memorial ceremony at Plaza de Cesar Chavez on Market Street.
The Parade begins at noon from Delmas Street (near HP Pavilion) and travels east along Santa Clara to Market Street. The Parade then proceeds south on Market Street and ends at San Carlos Street.
In addition, entrance fees waived on Veterans Day at public recreation lands managed by the National Park Service.
On Veterans Day, there is no postal service and libraries are closed.

Veterans Day
Thursday, November 11, 2010
11:00 am – Opening Ceremony
12:00 pm – Parade