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Veterans Day

May 15th, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

All veterans and their families have free entry to the Lansdowne Park Art & Culture Festival experience (Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne Park) from 10 am to 5 pm. Special displays will be set up to inform visitors about the Canadian Armed Forces as well as provide information about veteran support services.

To acknowledge and celebrate those who have served our country, the Festival is also holding “Honouring Our Veterans”, a formal ceremony from 11 am to 12 noon in the Pavilion highlighting the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute, announcing the honourary veterans from navy, army and air force for the 2018 Festival as well as acknowledging veterans in attendance.

Special Guests include: Celebrity Gardener and Highway of Heroes Champion, Mark Cullen Representatives from Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Office of the Chief of the Defence Staff The Festival is donating five dollars from every purchased non-veteran ticket to the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute.

For more information please contact [email protected]

Beechwood Cemetery, The National Cemetery of Canada

Come and explore 144 years of history and horticulture in the heart of the city. Only 5 KM from Parliament Hill sits the 160 acres of Beechwood Cemetery, The National Cemetery of Canada. Discover over 35 000 tulips planted in countless gardens surrounding the quiet beauty of this Victorian Cemetery. Stroll around the grounds in self-guided or private tour to discover the 85 000 who shaped our country and marked our communities. Come visit and honour the sacrifice of service at the RCMP National Memorial Cemetery, the National Military Cemetery, the CSIS Memorial Cemetery, the Ottawa Police Service Cemetery or explore the uniqueness of one of the many community sections that celebrates our countries diversity. Beechwood Cemetery is open from dawn until dusk and private tours can be requested at [email protected] or call 613-741-9530. All tours are free to the public.

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All veterans and their families have free entry to the Lansdowne Park Art & Culture Festival experience (Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne Park) from 10 am to 5 pm. Special displays will be set up to inform visitors about the Canadian Armed Forces as well as provide information about veteran support services.

To acknowledge and celebrate those who have served our country, the Festival is also holding “Honouring Our Veterans”, a formal ceremony from 11 am to 12 noon in the Pavilion highlighting the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute, announcing the honourary veterans from navy, army and air force for the 2018 Festival as well as acknowledging veterans in attendance.

Special Guests include: Celebrity Gardener and Highway of Heroes Champion, Mark Cullen Representatives from Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Office of the Chief of the Defence Staff The Festival is donating five dollars from every purchased non-veteran ticket to the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute.

For more information please contact [email protected]

Beechwood Cemetery, The National Cemetery of Canada

Come and explore 144 years of history and horticulture in the heart of the city. Only 5 KM from Parliament Hill sits the 160 acres of Beechwood Cemetery, The National Cemetery of Canada. Discover over 35 000 tulips planted in countless gardens surrounding the quiet beauty of this Victorian Cemetery. Stroll around the grounds in self-guided or private tour to discover the 85 000 who shaped our country and marked our communities. Come visit and honour the sacrifice of service at the RCMP National Memorial Cemetery, the National Military Cemetery, the CSIS Memorial Cemetery, the Ottawa Police Service Cemetery or explore the uniqueness of one of the many community sections that celebrates our countries diversity. Beechwood Cemetery is open from dawn until dusk and private tours can be requested at [email protected] or call 613-741-9530. All tours are free to the public.