Floats, military personnel and Prince William County organizations will be traveling through the streets of Manassas.
The 10th annual Northern Virginia Veterans Parade is occurring at 11 a.m. on November 3.
It will run down Center Street and pass the Harris Pavilion, according to a release.
Hosted by VetPar, the event seeks to recognize the American Legion’s 100th anniversary.
American Legion was founded in 1919 in response to morale, which was decreasing across the military, according to VetPar Board Member Mike Riley.
Several local organizations and schools will participate in the parade, including the Woodbridge Senior High School Army JROTC, Patriot High School Marching Pioneers, Stonewall Jackson High School JROTC, and the Manassas Park Marching Cougars.
Former American Legion and Virginian Commander Dan Dellinger is serving as the Grand Marshal.
Event attendees can also learn about veteran services at Harris Pavilion.
Veterans and their families will be able to receive help with DMV transactions, as well.
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