Richmond Remembrance Day Ceremony

Join Richmond in remembering the soldiers who fell in battle this Sunday, November 11 at Richmond City Hall.

The parade starts at 10:20 AM and official ceremonies at the City Hall cenotaph will begin at 10:40 AM. Two minutes of silence will take place at 11 AM followed by wreath-laying.

When the service ends, the public is invited to a Remembrance Day reception in the City Hall Galleria.

This is a free event where people can warm up with a hot drink and something sweet, talk about the ceremony and connect with other community members, and view a number of interesting Remembrance Day displays put together by the City of Richmond Archives and the Friends of the Richmond Archives.

Receptions guests will also be treated to music by Richmond Peace Children’s Choir.

Richmond’s Remembrance Day service will be streamed online:
• To watch the live webcast, click on Remembrance Day in the news highlights section on www.richmond.ca.
• To view a recording of the ceremonies after November 11, visit https://richmond.ca/discover/events/RemembranceDayCeremonies.htm

The ceremonies will also be simulcast into City Hall Council Chambers. Everyone is welcome inside and space is limited. First seating preference will be given to those who may not be able to stand outside for the duration of the service.

In order to facilitate this event, streets will be closed and traffic patterns will be changed between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. During this time, there will be restricted road access to the following roadways:
• Granville Avenue will be closed in both directions from Minoru Boulevard to Buswell Street.
• No. 3 Road will be closed in both directions from Park Road to Bennett Road.

 

Source| City of Richmond

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