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We have uploaded the pictures from the Veteran’s Day 2020 event for you to be able to share and download, please click here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/EGo841WdeG4XGnd29
12-9-22 Christmas Concert in the Chapel 4:30pm $15 per ticket
High School Chamber Choir and Bag Piper purchase tickets in advance
11-12-22 Community Cremation Scattering Day $350 per scattering
Contact the office for details and paperwork completion
11-11-22 Veteran’s Day Presentation at the Veteran’s Wall 9am
Bring your own chairs. Music, Flag Raising & Color Guard
Open to the public, no charge
11-2-22 All Souls Day, St. Mary’s Mass in the Pavilion 12:15pm
Open to the public, no charge, chairs will be set up in the Pavilion
The Visalia Public Cemetery has scheduled the first annual cremation scattering day. The scattering day will assist families in transitioning from personal possession of urns; to a permanent placement of their loved ones at the cemetery. By utilizing the scattering garden options available, families respectfully lay their loved ones to rest in both a meaningful and affordable manner.
A brief memorial service will be held prior to the scatterings. There are 2 sites to choose from, either the Eagle or the Angel. The deceased name, dates of birth and death will be engraved on the statue at their chosen site.
This year’s Scattering Day at the Visalia Public Cemetery is scheduled for Saturday, November 16,2019 @ 9am. The total cost for this service will be$300 for residents of the District. Call (734-6181) or visit the cemetery office (1300 W. Goshen, Visalia) as soon as possible but no later than November 1-, 2019 to allow ample time for processing the required paperwork. All paperwork and payments must be completed before November 13, 2019.
There are several options available for families that prefer to lay their loved ones to rest in an urn as opposed to the scattering garden, contact the cemetery office for more information.
AVENUE OF FLAGS
MILITARY VETERANS ASSOCIATION
May 7, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Bill Morland, 559-300-2306
THE AVENUE OF FLAGS MILITARY VETERANS ASSOCIATION PROUDLY ANNOUNCES OUR ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY AT VISALIA DISTRICT CEMETERY, 1300 WEST GOSHEN AVENUE.
ON SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2018, STARTING AT 7:00 A.M., VOLUNTEERS PLACE NEARLY 4,000 SMALL AMERICAN FLAGS ON EVERY VETERAN’s GRAVE IN THE CEMETERY. ADDITIONAL VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED TO LAY OUT THE FLAG POLES ALONG THE CEMETERY’S STREETS BEGINNING AT 2:00 P.M., SUNDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 27.
ON MONDAY, MAY 28, 2018, VETERANS AND VOLUNTEERS WILL PLACE 2,200 LARGE AMERICAN FLAGS AT THE CEMETERY. EACH FLAG IS MARKED WITH A DECEASED VETERAN’S NAME AND BRANCH OF SERVICE. WE CORDIALLY INVITE MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY TO HELP WITH THESE LARGE FLAGS STARTING AT 6:00 A.M., MONDAY, MAY 28, 2018, AND TAKING DOWN THE FLAGS AND POLES THAT SAME DAY AT 3:30 PM.
THE MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM AT THE CEMETERY BEGINS AT 10:00 A.M. THE PROGRAM INCLUDES PRESENTATION OF THE COLORS BY NAVAL SEA CADETS; STORIES OF SERVICE ABOUT TWO WORLD WAR TWO VETERANS; MUSIC AND SONG BY GOLDEN WEST HIGH SCHOOL; LAYING OF MEMORIAL WREATHS; RELEASE OF PEACE AND REMEMBRANCE DOVES; RIFLE SALUTE, AND PLAYING OF TAPS AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE CEREMONY. ANYONE WISHING TO HELP WITH THE FLAGS OR FLAG POLES ON SATURDAY, SUNDAY, OR MONDAY PLEASE CON