The Virginia Society SAR Colorguard

The VASSAR Colorguard is a very visible means of attracting the attention of the general public to the activities of the Society and adds a note of color and bearing to our celebrations, both public and private. Frequently used to open and close meetings and ceremonies of the SAR, DAR, CAR and other organizations, it also participates in parades, memorial and commemoration services, grave markings, and other public events. Their attractive uniforms and colorful flags, sometimes accompanied by colonial style music bring favorable publicity to the Society. Color Guardsmen are frequently asked questions concerning their uniforms and equipment and have significant opportunities to educate the public on Revolutionary life, events and history.



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     Upcoming Events
    04JUL

    Independence Day Ceremony and Wreath Laying at Gen...

    04JUL

    Independence Day Ceremony and Wreath Laying at General Washingtons Tomb

    Location: Mt Vernon, VA

    * See Events Calendar for full details.

    07JUL

    127th Annual SAR Congress...

    07JUL

    127th Annual SAR Congress

    Location: Knoxville, TN

    * See Events Calendar for full details.

    24JUL

    Come on out to the ballpark! The SAR Color Guard w...

    24JUL

    Come on out to the ballpark! The SAR Color Guard will present the colors for the Flying Squirrels game against the Harrisburg Senators. All SAR, DAR and C.A.R. members are invited to join us for an evening of relaxed family fun! Wear something with a DAR, SAR or C.A.R. logo to the game, make some new friends, and maybe even find a prospective member or two!

    Location: The Diamond, 3001 N Boulevard, Richmond, Virginia

    * See Events Calendar for full details.

    29JUL

    The Virginia SAR and War of 1812 Society will hold...

    29JUL

    The Virginia SAR and War of 1812 Society will hold a joint public ceremony to dedicate a plaque honoring the Patriots of the Revolution and War of 1812 buried or memorialized in the churchyard and cemetery of Historic Pohick Church, colonial parish of George Washington and George Mason. The ceremony will feature an appearance by "the Rev. Lee Massey

    Location:  the rector of Truro Parish immediately before the

    * See Events Calendar for full details.

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