Celebration of Freedom 2021

Jul - 26
2021

Celebration of Freedom 2021

Join us for the 3nd Annual Celebration of Freedom, a state-wide Legion Family event, including the 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Museum, Road Trip and West on 12, a Blood Drive, Kids Day, FTX 2021 competition and much more!

Visit the event page for photo and video previews of this jam packed weekend.

This is a STATE-WIDE LEGION FAMILY community event that will feature New York’s 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit, live entertainment, food and drink, obstacle course and more!

Thursday, September 23, 2021

  • Join the Legion Family, 1st Responders and the community in welcoming the 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit with an official escort to HDQ. The Exhibit will be open Friday and Saturday and features 1100 square feet of 9/11 history. Tours are given by 9/11 Firefighters who will lead you through the 9/11 attacks and the months and years that followed.

Friday, September 24, 2021

  • Museum Tours including school groups 
  • Blood Drive
  • Food and Beverage
  • Entertainment by The Hounds and Road Trip

Saturday, September 25, 2021

  • Museum Tours 
  • Family Day
  • Food and Beverage
  • Entertainment by local youth band, Alley Katz and West on 12.

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