Lexington honored veterans Sunday with a parade and a race through downtown. But more events are scheduled in the region when Veterans Day is commemorated on Tuesday.
Here is a rundown of Tuesday's public events around the region:
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Frankfort: All-veterans ceremony, 11 a.m., Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Coffee Tree Lane. Gov. Steve Beshear will be keynote speaker.
Nicholasville: Traditional Veterans Day program, 11 a.m., Camp Nelson National Cemetery. Guest speaker, live music, cannon-firing ceremony.
Lexington: Honoring All Who Served, annual concert and Veterans Day observance by the Bluegrass Military Affairs Coalition, 7 p.m., Anchor Baptist Church, 3601 Winthrop Drive. Veterans from all eras are encouraged to attend and wear their military medals and ribbons.
Danville: Veterans Day ceremony and luncheon, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., National Guard Armory. Veterans and immediate families from Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Mercer counties invited.
Wilmore: Thomson-Hood Veterans Center will honor all veterans with certificates at 11:11 a.m.
Hazard: Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center will hold a veterans recognition ceremony, 1:30-3 p.m. Food, guest speakers, displays and certificates for eligible veterans in attendance.
Mount Vernon: Rockcastle County Middle School will honor veterans and their families with a reception starting at 9:30 a.m., followed by a student-led program at 1 p.m.
Here's how Veterans Day will affect Lexington, state and federal offices and services:
The following organizations will be closed:
■ U.S. District Court
■ U.S. Bankruptcy Court
■ Fayette Circuit Court
■ Fayette District Court
■ State government offices
■ Federal government offices
■ Veterans Affairs Medical Center administrative offices.
The following services will be altered:
■ U.S. Postal Service: No mail will be delivered.