Veteran's Day

Thursday, Nov. 7

6:30 – 8 a.m. The Veterans of Foreign Wars commander will host a free pancake breakfast for all veterans at 700 Veterans Ln. 

8 a.m. The Buffalo Senior Center will host a free breakfast for all veterans and widows of veterans. Colors to be posted by joint VFW and American Legion Color Guard. The senior center will host a guest speaker and short program during breakfast. 

8 a.m. The Buffalo High School U.S. history class will host veterans from multiple eras and conflicts in a student question-and-answer session throughout the day.


Friday, Nov. 8 

10:30 a.m. Buffalo High School will host an assembly featuring a Veterans Day program in the school’s gym. The program is open to all community members, and veterans are highly encouraged to attend. A free lunch will be offered after the program to all in attendance. 

10 a.m. Around Buffalo

The Buffalo American Legion Auxiliary will begin poppy distribution in various locations. Poppy donations receipts go directly to supporting local veterans in need.   


Sunday, Nov. 10 

8:30 a.m. American Legion Post 13

A free breakfast will be offered for all veterans, provided by American Legion Post 13. 


Monday, Nov. 11

11 a.m. Fort and Main Street intersection 

The VFW and American Legion will host the Veterans Day ceremony with the laying of a wreath at the monument by the VFW Auxiliary. The program will feature a guest speaker. 

At the conclusion of the ceremonies, the American Legion will host a community luncheon and open house at the Post 13 home on 

Veterans Avenue. The luncheon is free 

of charge, and all are encouraged to attend. 


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