The following is from About Town with Mark Snyder:
The Annual Stoughton Veterans Day Parade will begin at 10 a.m. sharp from VFW Post 1645 on Washington Street on Sunday, Nov. 11.
The parade will proceed through the square to the Stoughton Town Hall via Washington, School and Pearl Streets for a ceremony and wreath laying at the Memorial Bell.
The parade will then reform on Pearl Street and proceed back through the square to Faxon Veterans Memorial Park (across from the library near the Charles Large Gazebo) for two ceremonies at the two memorials there.
The parade will then proceed down Walnut Street to Washington Street and go back to the VFW for a collation.
The entire parade will be approximately one and one-half hours. Come and watch the wonderful results of the hard work of Veteran's Agent Mike Pazyra. It's a day to salute all of the brave men and women who have served in the military to protect this country.
Participants in the parade include local veterans, the VFW Color Guard and Firing Detail, the High School Band, the 12th MA Volunteer Infantry, the Police and Fire Departments, Town and State Officials, Scouts and more.
Check out photos from last year's parade by clicking here.