Traveling memorial wall for Vietnam War will come to Catskill

August 22, 2019 07:52 AM

A traveling memorial wall to honor those who lost their lives during the Vietnam War will make a stop in Catskill on Thursday.    

The wall stands six feet tall - and spans 300 feet.    


It honors nearly 60,000 veterans who died during the Vietnam War.    

On Thursday morning, a motorcycle escort will welcome the arrival of the traveling memorial wall.    

The wall will be at the historic Catskill Point on Main Street, through Sunday.


WNYT Staff

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