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The details you need for Monday’s Remembrance Day service

The service will start at 10:40 a.m. on Monday at Mosaic Place
Remembrance Day cenotaph
A photo from last year's service. File photo by Randy Palmer.

The city’s Remembrance Day ceremony will be held on Monday. Here is everything you need to know.

This will be the 101st Remembrance Day service in Moose Jaw. Once again, it will be held at Mosaic Place. The service, which is sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 59,  will be conducted by Rev. Ron Cairns.

While the service itself does not start until 10:40 a.m., guests are asked to be seated by 10:30. You may want to arrive even earlier in order to find parking, or if you need to use the elevator.

The service will include a laying of wreaths from various organizations, groups, and individuals within the community. Anyone laying wreaths should be at Mosaic Place between 10 and 10:15 a.m.

The Moose Jaw Community Choir will perform during the service. There will also be a collection for the Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund.

Following the service there will be a parade of veterans. The parade will start at the corner of Second Ave. NW and High St. West. All veterans who are willing and able to do so are invited to join in the parade.

After this, the Legion will host an open house at 268 High St. West for adults only. A light lunch will be served. 


Scott Hellings

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