Veterans Day is this Sunday, San Francisco. And this weekend, the city will honor the men and women who've served our country all across town.
With events ranging from a parade to a shoe giveaway for the homeless to a hackathon by Vets in Tech, the city's celebrations are as varied as our veterans themselves.
Check out a few Veterans Day events in San Francisco this weekend in our slideshow below:
San Francisco Veterans Day Parade
The 92nd annual Veterans Day Parade will begin at 11 a.m. at Market and Montgomery Streets and will commence at Civic Center Plaza around 1 p.m. <a href="http://sfgov3.org/index.aspx?page=1688">Details here</a>.
Vets in Tech Hackathon
Join Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, Mayor Ed Lee and Vets in Tech for a two-day startup hackathon, specifically for veterans. Friday-Sunday. <a href="http://www.vetsintech.co/">Details here</a>.
St. Anthony's Veterans Day Giveaway
Following the parade, more than 100 participating homeless veterans will receive a new pair of shoes, socks, tshirts and toiletries at St. Anthony's dining room.
Veterans Day Vigil at The Crosses of Lafayette
Peaceful vigil honoring those lost in Iraq and Afghanistan. Sunday, 5 p.m., The Crosses of Lafayette, across from Lafayette BART Station.
Veterans Day 2012: Celebration through Service + Art
A day of celebration, art and service, honoring Bay Area veterans with Nancy Pelosi at the Presidio. Sunday, <a href="http://www.presidio.gov/Calendar/Pages/veterans-day-2012-celebration-through-service-and-art.aspx">details here</a>.
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