Local activities to observe Veterans Day are being held this weekend across the county. The Clement Railroad Hotel Museum is opening its new exhibit, A Vietnam Veterans’ Homecoming, on Saturday. There will be a special breakfast and exhibit preview for Vietnam War veterans and their families at 8 am and the public opening ceremony will be at 9:00. In honor of Veterans Day, admission will be free all day Saturday. The exhibit runs through Jan. 31. Dickson First United Methodist Church will have a special Veterans Day service at 8:15 am Sunday. Col. Ken Brown, a Dickson County resident who retired after 40 years as a chaplain with the U.S. Army, will be the guest speaker. Dickson County’s Veterans Day parade starts at 2 pm Sunday at Dickson County High School, winds through downtown and ends at Dickson Middle School. White Bluff resident Joe England Jr. will be the grand marshal. A tank driver, England was a POW in Korea for almost three years. There will be a Veterans Day ceremony at the White Bluff Community Center at 2 pm Sunday. The ceremony will include music and the reading of more than 420 names of White Bluff area veterans. First Baptist Church in Dickson will host a musical tribute to veterans at 5 pm Sunday. The free concert also will include a ceremony and display to honor America’s POWs and MIAs. Sensing Brothers Post 4641 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will host a Veterans Appreciation Day at 3 pm Monday at the post on Marshall Stuart Drive. It will include entertainment and food. Area restaurants are offering free or discounted meals for veterans on Monday and several schools are hosting programs or free lunches for veterans.