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AARP is hosting the region's largest celebration to honor Veterans and those who serve their community and nation at "A Celebration of Our Freedom,"

Battleship North Carolina

AARP is hosting the region's largest celebration to honor Veterans and those who serve their community and nation at "A Celebration of Our Freedom," on Saturday, November 12.

The free celebration, from noon until 8:00 pm at Battleship NC Park, will feature the aerial acrobatics of the Bandit Flight Team, the Motown sounds of the Legacy Motown Review, the Imitations Band, Gracie the Clown, a flag trade-in, and movies on board the fantail of the USS North Carolina.

The day-long celebration in honor of Veterans will also include discount Battleship admission all weekend beginning November 11-13th as well as water taxi rides. For more information, please visit: http://states.aarp.org/Celebrate16

About the Battleship North Carolina

The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is self-supporting, not tax supported and relies primarily upon admissions to tour the Ship, sales in the Ship's Store, donations and investments. No funds for its administration and operation come from appropriations from governmental entities at the local, state or federal levels. Located at the junction of Highways 17/74/76/421 on the Cape Fear River. Visit www.battleshipnc.com or follow us on Facebook.com/ncbb55 and Twitter.com/battleshipnc for more information. Relive with the crew on the Battleship Blog http://seastories.battleshipnc.com/. The Battleship NORTH CAROLINA is an historic site within the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources (www.NCCulture.com).

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  • Battleship NORTH CAROLINA
  • 1 Battleship Rd NE
  • Wilmington, NC, 28401

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