The Plumerville Association of Conway County Veterans will have their third annual Veterans Parade and Celebration on Nov. 7. 

The parade begins at 11 a.m. in downtown Plumerville. Events in the park begin approximately at noon.  

There will be a Veterans Monument dedication at noon State Representative Johnny Hoyt will be the Grand Marshall for the parade and dedicate the monument. 

There will also be a monument for Plumerville Assistant Police Chief, Joey Cannon, who lost in life in the line of duty this past summer. 

A Representative from the State Attorney Generals office will make this dedication. 

Craft booth spots are available. There will be food vendors and also live entertainment. 

Contact Roy McClure at for booth details.