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The Park at River Walk had 1,000 flags on display over the weekend through Memorial Day in honor of the many heroes who have served, and continue to serve our nation and our local community. The event is presented by Breakfast Rotary.

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An American flag is highlighted by the sun behind it Saturday at The Park at River Walk where 1,000 flags are on display for Memorial Day. The Park at RIver Walk, which hosted a 1,000-flag display for Memorial Day, will keeps up the patriotic spirit Friday with the third annual The Fourth at River Walk.

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One thousand American flags were on display over the weekend through Memorial Day in The Park at River Walk to honor those who served and are currently serving in the military. The display was presented by Breakfast Rotary.

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These two fishermen had a treat in store for them Saturday at The Park at River Walk over the Memorial Day weekend with 1,000 American flags on display to remember Memorial Day.

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The thousand flag event is presented at The Park at River Walk by the Breakfast Rotary to commemorate Memorial Day and those who served and are currently serving in the military along with first responders.

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Scarlett Nicholson walks through a row of flags Saturday in The Park at River Walk with her parents Carolyn and Eric Nicholson (not pictured) to help remember the importance of Memorial Day.

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Mason Garcia reaches for an American flag while parents Lucas and Sarah along with baby Matthew stroll through the Park at Riverwalk admiring the 1000 flags on display for Memorial Day.

The Park at River Walk is awash in red, white and blue this Memorial Day weekend to honor the sacrifices of those who have and are serving in the military, and first responders.

A thousand American flags will fly at the park through Monday in a project presented by Breakfast Rotary.

Each flag is sponsored by someone wanting to honor and thank a particular person, and at weekend's end each sponsor can have their flag and a certificate to give their honoree or keep.

You can visit through Monday. Organizers also noted specific times at which particular events will occur.

* Saturday and Sunday evenings, "Taps" at sunset.

* 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Memorial Day, a Patriotic Fair.

* Noon to 2 p.m. Memorial Day, a ceremony including a drum corps performance, color guard, speeches, and "Taps" when the main flag is lowered.

* 3 to 6 p.m. Memorial Day, sponsors can pick up their flags.