- The Royal dedicates its ceremonies to Afghan vets and their families -
TORONTO, Nov. 11 /CNW/ - To commemorate Remembrance Day, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has two very special ceremonies planned for today - one in the morning and one in the evening - and encourages adults and children alike to attend, and reflect on the Canadian military serving in Afghanistan.
At 10:30 am in The Spirit of The Horse Ring, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair will host a special Remembrance Day Service.
The Royal Fair will continue to honour our Canadian veterans into the evening with a Remembrance Day Memorial Service taking place in The Ricoh Coliseum at 6:45 pm. This extraordinary Remembrance Day Horse Show will pay tribute to Afghan vets, supported by Major General Tom Lawson. The Royal will also show a film to support the Canadian Military Families Fund.
Following the film, guests will be treated to an equestrian extravaganza, where equestrian greats Ian Millar and Michael Whitaker, as well as other Top International Show Jumpers will compete for the $100,000 CN FEI World Cup Jumper Grand Prix.
WHAT: ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR REMEMBRANCE DAY CEREMONIES
WHERE: EXHIBITION PLACE
100 PRINCES' BLVD.
WHEN: MORNING CEREMONY AT 10:30 AM
EVENING CEREMONY AT 6:45 PM
For more information visit www.royalfair.org
SOURCE The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
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