After a year when gathering in public was severely limited due to COVID-19, Remembrance Day will again see residents together at the Princeton Cenotaph on Nov. 11.
Princeton historically, and per capita, has had one of the highest attendances at Remembrance Day of any community in B.C., typically drawing hundreds of observers.
While in 2020, attendance was limited to only a handful of Legion members and dignitaries due to the pandemic, a more normal service will take place next Thursday.
A colour guard will muster on Vermilion Avenue beginning at about 10:30 a.m.
Following the service, the Legion will be open for refreshments.
Seating will be limited and proof of vaccination will be required as you enter. Attendees are asked to wear masks while moving around and maintain a safe distance.
Like last year, the Spotlight will live stream the service for those who cannot attend in person.
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