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National Infantry Museum
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, normally closed on Mondays, will be open Monday for the observance of Veterans Day.
Activities scheduled for that day include:
10 a.m. Paver Dedication Ceremony on Heritage Walk for pavers installed since Labor Day. Guest speaker: retired Col. Ralph Puckett.
10 a.m. Appreciating Sacrifice, a four-hour mini-camp teaching children ages 6 to 11 the meaning and importance of Veterans Day and the sacrifices Soldiers make daily. The $3 fee per camper includes skits, crafts and interviews with veterans.
10:30 a.m. Arrival of the Batson-Cook Honor Bus. Veterans from the Dothan, Ala., area are treated to a day at the museum, including lunch and a visit with active-duty Soldiers.
Noon Local Boy Scouts will conduct an official flag retirement ceremony at the fire pit behind the museum.
2 p.m. Free tour of World War II Company Street
All day Free screenings of Americans in the Bulge and Marching Once More in the IMAX Theatre, made possible by a donation from the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge, Inc.
A special exhibit of Battle of the Bulge artifacts will be on display in the IMAX lobby.
The museum will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday. There is no admission fee; however, donations are welcome. The Fife and Drum restaurant will be open for lunch.