Local Veterans Day Happenings

Friday, Nov. 11, 2022 is Veterans Day, a federal holiday. Tribal offices will be closed and there is no school

  • There is a Veteran’s Day Parade in Warm Springs.  Line up at 10am at the Old Elementary School.  The Parade starts at 11am.  A meal will be served at noon at the Family Resource Center.
  • The Parade of Flags will be on display at the Mt Jefferson Memorial Cemetery for Veterans Day from 7am until 4pm today.
  • Madras VFW Post 12141 is hosting a Veterans Day Program at 10:30am at the Madras Senior/Community Center.
  • The Madras Veterans Day Parade will be at 2pm tomorrow afternoon at Sahalee Park.
  • Veterans are being Honored with a meal at the Madras Elks Lodge for Veterans Day tomorrow.  Doors open at 5 and Dinner is at 6.  The cost is $8 for non-Veterans.
  • KWSO will be broadcasting special Veterans Day Programming all day tomorrow to honor those who have served.
    • 6am – Veterans Day Talking Drum Hour
    • 7am – Interviews with Grant Waheneka, Art Mitchell, Dan Brisbois, Bud Hemholtz, Loyal Miller & Chesley Yahtin
    • 8am – Pi-Ume-Sha 2009 Veteran Recognition & Ericksons Air Museum Program
    • 9am – My Dad’s Favorites: An All-American Greatest Generation Playlist
    • 10am – Interviews with Malcolm Griswald, Kathleen Heath, Randy Smith, Ross Kalama, Rain Circle
    • 11am – Interviews with Billy Mills, Kirby Heath, Tony “Big Rat” Suppah, Kenman Miller, Jody Calica, Walter “Spud” Langnese
    • 12pm – Honoring All Veterans Talking Drum Hour
    • 1pm – KWSO Veterans Day Language Program plus interviews with Linda Wood & Stacy Pearsall
    • 2pm – Enduring Freedom: Native American Women Veterans
    • 3pm – Tom Tucker Memorial Ceremony
    • 4pm – StoryCorps Stories & Songs of American Warriors
    • 5pm – Interviews with Mike Williams, Janice Smith, Larson Kalama, Keith Baker, Tashna Hicks, Austin Smith Jr., & Dustin Seyler
    • 6pm – Interviews with Raylene Ike Thomas, Jonathan Courtney, Ramona Baez, Dan Martinez, Dustin Seyler
    • 7pm – “Veterans Day” On the Rez 7 – November 2011
    • 8pm – Centenary Edition: World War I Living History Project Hour 1
    • 9pm – Centenary Edition: World War I Living History Project Hour 2
    • 10pm – Surviving the Bataan Death March – 80th Anniversary Encore Presentation
    • 11pm – The Afghanistan Papers

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