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9:00am - Bells for Peace
At 9:00 am we invite you to take part in the centennial commemoration of this momentous occasion by ringing your own bells -- dinner bells, bicycle bells, sleigh bells, or even triggering your car alarms. Let there be a cacophony of clanging throughout the streets!

Ring out for peace. Let those bells and whistles and alarms ring out for 10 minutes, and as you hear those sounds think about the men and women who served our country in World War One. Capture those feelings and bring them with you to the Cenotaph located outside the Ingersoll Town Hall. Commemorate the end of the First World War and honour our own citizen Pipe Major Tom Johnston who led the victorious Canadian troops into the recaptured City of Mons Belgium 100 years ago this very day.

9:45am - Parade begins to Trinity United Church for a short service. Following the church service, parade will march back to the Ingersoll Cenotaph at Town Hall

10:45am - Remembrance Day Ceremony begins with laying of the wreaths


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