11 a.m., parade from High Peaks Resort down Main Street to the American Legion, 316 Main St., followed by a flag ceremony. The community is invited to a luncheon at the legion following the ceremony.
Members of the American Legion Post 326 in Lake Placid fold a flag that was flown in honor of Robert Edgley during a Veterans Day ceremony in 2012.
Lake Placid News file photo/Chris Morris
11 a.m., ceremony at Veterans Monument Park on Norton Cemetery Road, followed by formal dedication of the granite World War II Monument and a memorial granite bench.
10:45 a.m., Harrietstown Town Hall, 39 Main St., Saranac Lake. A luncheon will immediately follow at the Vets' Club on Broadway
There will be free rides for veterans (active and retired) at the Adirondack Carousel from noon to 4 p.m.
11 a.m., veterans monument next to State Theater, Park Street. There will be a wreath laying ceremony and the guest speaker will be George Harriman, veteran of the U.S. Army (Vietnam). Tupper Lake High School band will perform. Short reception will follow at Veterans of Foreign Wars, 196 Park St.