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The Silent Wings Museum in Lubbock will be honoring veterans of the United States Military on Saturday, November 11. For the public that means free admission to the Silent Wings Museum from 10:00 am to 9:00 p.m.

According to a press release from the Silent Wings Museum, the museum will also host a special ceremony on Saturday to honor veterans in the Lubbock area. That ceremony will begin at 11am.

A special Veterans Day ceremony will take place at 11:00 a.m. featuring Dr. Donald R. Abbe discussing the significance of this date in world history and our national identity. Lubbock VFW Post Chaplin, Jessie Hatchet, will deliver the invocation followed by a reading of the City of Lubbock Special Recognition of Veterans Day by Councilmember Steve Massengale to honor our esteemed veterans in the Lubbock area.

 

Throughout the day there will be different ways the community can get involved. From Noon to 4pm, the National Geographic film Arlington: Field of Honor will be playing in the theater.

At 2:30pm there will be a gallery discussion that will honor the men and women who built the gliders in World War 2.

From 6:30-8:30 there will be a musical presentation. You can get more information on the Silent Wings Museum website.

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