Weekend Events Highlight Armistice Day Centennial
This year the Veterans Day Holiday is extraordinarily special as nations across the globe commemorate 100 years since the end of World War I on November 11, 1918. Optimistically called "the war to end all wars" WWI had dramatic impact on the nation and Washington State that is seen and felt today. Read Governor Inslee's Proclamation here: /sites/default/files/Governor%20Inslee%27s%20Proclamation%202018%20Veterans%20Day%20and%20World%20War%20I%20Centennial.pdf
Seattle's Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) has put together an impressive line-up of events all weekend.
Find out more here: https://mohai.org/program/armistice-day-centennial-commemoration-weekend/
An event is also scheduled at the State Capitol on Sunday with program beginning at 10:30. Program and more information can be found here: /sites/default/files/PROGRAM%20-%202018%20Veterans%20Day%20%20World%20War%20I%20Centennial%20Event%20-%20November%2011.%20Capitol%20Campus%20Olympia_.pdf
For a listing of centennial events near you, follow this to the WA State Department of Veterans Affairs website: link: http://www.dva.wa.gov/sites/default/files/2018%20Veterans%20Day%20%26%20WWI%20Events%20%26%20Observances%20for%20WA%20State%20-%20WDVA_4.pdf
Participate in the commemoration by ringing a bell at 11:00 am on Sunday 11/11!