Our community invites you to celebrate America’s heroes along our Main Street with the 3rd annual Old Ellicott City Veterans Day Parade. The parade starts from St. Peters Episcopal Church around 1pm then will travel down Main St to the train bridge. At the conclusion of the parade, a ceremony to honor veterans will take place at the B&O Railroad Museum Plaza with Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman and Councilman Jon Weinstein.

Parade highlights include:

Oakland Mills High School Color Guard
Howard County Fire Dept. Color Guard
American Legion Posts #156 and #300
VFW Posts #7472 and #6458
Marine Corps League Detachment 1084
League of Woman Voters
Marching bands
Vintage vehicles and more!

 

 

Sponsorship opportunities are still available by calling 410-533-0111

GPS directions

After the parade:

Nov 11th & 12th Military Re-enactor Weekend
hosted by our historic sites

Civil War
Gen. George G. Meade, Camp #5 Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War plus displays at the Thomas Isaac Log Cabin on Saturday 11/11

World War II
4th Infantry Division MP Platoon, 28th Infantry Division, US Army Special Services
WWII era Military Vehicles and special displays including WWII nurse, Merchant Marines, women in WWII service, and much more! Sat & Sun at the B&O Railroad Museum.

Vietnam War
Displays at the Howard County Welcome Center on Saturday 11/11