Veterans Day Parade

Veterans Day Parade

It's almost time for the Veterans Day Parade! This annual parade is a great way for scouts to learn about civic duty and say Thank You to some great Americans who have served our country.

Important Reminder: YOU MUST RSVP in Scout Book so we have an accurate account of how many to expect and who to meet up with at the parade. If Scout Book is not behaving, please RSVP to the Hike Leader, John Leuenberger (Call or Text: 720-353-6433).

When: Saturday, 11/5. Staging begins at 8:30am, last entry at 9:30. Parade starts at 10:00am.

Where: Parade Staging map available here:

  1. We are in the GREEN group, so enter the staging area at 13th and Fox St.

  2. We are serial: 8

    1. Serial Start locations are on the map (they are the green numbered circles)

  3. Staging area access passes - emailed out.

  4. Parking for those not driving their vehicles parking is included in the staging map

  5. Restroom location is included in the staging map

Why: Scouts do fun stuff outdoors; We live in Colorado and it's beautiful; A Scout is Physically Strong and hiking is good exercise.

Who: All Pack 559 Scouts and families

Attire: Class-A uniforms and appropriate shoes for scouts. Class-B (t-shirts) for familie

Serial 8 - Scouts

Lead John Leuenberger

Color Guard Cub Scouts Pack 548

Cub Scout Pack 559

Cub Scouts - Pack 199

Troop 373 Boy Scouts

Cub Scouts Pack 548

Cub Scout Pack 11

Boy Scout Troop 554

Parade Information

The Denver Veterans Day Parade is comprised of local Veterans organizations and supporters. Thousands of spectators line Civic Center Park and nearby streets to show respect and honor for our local Veterans. Please join the community in the appreciation of our Veterans and support this important cause.

The Parade is broken down into serials that represent a different conflict in military history: Revolutionary War, Civil War, WWI, WWII, etc. Each serial representation will feature military memorabilia from that era – i.e. old uniforms, vehicles, and weapons. The Veteran organizations have agreed to march together to showcase their organization’s historical roots in these eras. Spectators will also enjoy corporate floats, car clubs, marching units, bands, and more.