Veterans Day events in Greenville, SC

Here are six Veterans Day 2022 events happening around Greenville, SC.

American flags hanging from building in downtown Greenville SC

Thank you, veterans and active service members. | Photo by @james_simpson_photography

This Fri., Nov. 11 is Veterans Day, a federal holiday commemorating those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

Here are six events honoring local veterans in Greenville:

  • Veterans Day Celebration | Friday, Nov. 11 | 11 a.m. | County Square, 301 University Ridge, Greenville | Free | Join Greenville County Veterans Affairs in celebrating Veterans Day, featuring special guest speaker Command Sergeant Major Manfred Muscara, US Army, Retired, Vietnam-Special Forces and music by The Upstate Senior Band.
  • Veterans Day Program | Friday, Nov. 11 | 10 a.m. | Hollis Academy, 200 Goodrich St., Greenville | Free | Hollis Academy’s third grade students honor veterans and current service members — all veterans, active duty military, parents, and other family members are invited.
  • Veterans Day Ceremony and Luncheon | Friday, Nov. 11 | 10 a.m. | Sevier Middle School, 1000 Piedmont Park Rd., Greenville | Free | Veterans and active service members are invited to visit classrooms as guest speakers and enjoy a ceremony + PTA-hosted luncheon.
  • The Bennett Brothers Veterans Day Celebration | Friday., Nov. 11 | 8:40-11:40 p.m. | Cowboy Up Music Venue, 701 Easley Bridge Rd., Greenville | Free entry | Join The Bennett Brothers for a night of patriotic songs, a mechanical bull, drinks, and more.
  • North Main Military Veterans Association Monthly Meeting | Friday, Nov. 11 | 6:30-10 p.m. | Northgate Soda Shop, 918 N. Main St., Greenville | Free | Veterans in the North Main area are invited to this casual gathering.
  • Free Axe Throwing | Friday., Nov. 11 | 12-11 p.m. | Craft Axe Throwing, 1320 Hampton Ave Ext., Ste. 5A, Greenville | All veterans and active duty members throw axes for free.

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