MondayVeterans Day Parade, Fort Worth: 10 a.m. from LaGrave Field in the parking lot at North Seventh and Main streets. The parade will swing west of the courthouse on Houston Street and go south to Fifth Street, where it will loop back north on Main Street to swing east of the courthouse and return to LaGrave Field. The best places to watch the parade are between Belknap and Fifth streets.In addition, The Fort Worth Aviation Museum is hosting a free USO Show at the museum between 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. called A Salute to Our Veterans, sponsored by Taps 'n Tunes Productions. The museum is located southwest of I-35 and Loop 820, three blocks west of Main Street on Long Avenue, at the south end of Meacham Field. Veterans Day celebration, Grand Prairie: 10 a.m. at the Grand Prairie Veterans Memorial, 925 Conover Drive. Free lunch will follow at the Veterans Park Event Center, next to the memorial. Veterans Day celebration, North Richland Hills: 11 a.m., Liberty Park, 5825 Holiday Lane, the site of the citys veterans monument. In case of inclement weather, the celebration will move to City Hall, 7301 NE Loop 820. 817-427-6620. Veterans Day ceremony, Arlington: 11 a.m. at Veterans Park, 3600 W. Arkansas Lane. Will feature a special tribute to World War II veterans. A complimentary luncheon after the ceremony requires a reservation and is limited to 500. Reservations: Email email@example.com or call 817-795-2020. Veterans Day ceremony, Keller: 10 a.m. at Legacy at Bear Creek, 200 Keller Smithfield Road. Will include a flag-raising by an Army Reserve flag detail from Naval Air Station Fort Worth. 817-993-0757. Veterans Day ceremony, Dallas: 3 p.m., Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway. Sponsored by Veterans Affairs and the Texas National Cemetery Foundation. The keynote speaker is Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson.