Dickson County celebrates Veterans Day this weekend with a salute to all women veterans. The observance begins Saturday with a ribbon cutting and reception for two new exhibits at the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum. The Women At War exhibit highlights the contributions of women to the military through the years. The museum also is opening its Korean War exhibit, featuring artifacts donated by Dickson County veterans and their families. The Veterans Day parade will feature local women veterans as grand marshals. It begins at 1 pm at Dickson County High School and ends at Dickson Middle School. At 2:30 pm will be a reception and special program honoring women veterans at the War Memorial Building. Guest speakers will be Col. Many-Bears Grinder, the first woman to serve as commissioner of Tennessee’s Department of Veterans Affairs, and Mary Ross, deputy director for Operation Stand Down in Nashville. Following the program will be a flag retirement ceremony. On Sunday, there will be a free Community Salute to All Veterans concert at Dickson First Baptist Church at 4 pm. For more information on this weekend’s Veterans Day celebration, call 812-5442.