Army-Navy Football Game  Official Watch Party and Celebration

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Army-Navy Football Game Official Watch Party and Celebration

  • ALL AGES
  • Presented By Minnesota’s Vessey Chapter of the Association of the US Army

Army-Navy Football Game Official Watch Party and Celebration

When and where

Date and time

Location

James Ballentine “Uptown” VFW Post 246 2916 Lyndale Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55408

Map and directions

How to get there

Performers

  • The Resilient Band

About this event

  • 5 hours
  • ALL AGES
  • Mobile eTicket

Army-Navy Football Game

Official Watch Party and Celebration

  • Admission is Free with Registration
  • Donations Accepted
  • General Admission Seating Available
  • Full Food & Beverage Menu

GO NAVY! BEAT ARMY!

GO ARMY! BEAT NAVY!

Presented By Minnesota’s Vessey Chapter of the Association of the US Army

In Conjunction with Navy League Council of Minnesota and The Minnesota Military & Veterans Museum

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Minnesota’s Vessey Chapter of the Association of the US Army is focused on giving back to the military community and their families, with countless initiatives-especially during the holidays! Check out Vessey Gives to Wounded Warriors, and Troops of Tomorrow, and Donate directly to Gen. John W. Vessey Jr. Chapter AUSA here.

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The Minnesota Navy League Council is a Council of the Navy League of the United States, and a nonprofit civilian organization that supports the U.S. Navy and the Coast Guard. Through national and local programs, the Navy League of the United States provides a powerful voice to educate the public and Congress on the importance of our Sea Services to our nation’s defense. Learn more here.

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The Minnesota Military & Veterans Museum seeks to strengthen public understanding of how armed conflicts and military institutions have shaped our state and national experience. This is done by documenting, preserving, and explaining military history as it was lived by the people of Minnesota. The Museum also functions as a major repositor in Minnesota for historical artifacts and records of a military nature. Learn more and support here.