Relive the excitement and thrills of August 14, 1945 – the day WWII ended and America celebrated the "greatest generation’s greatest day."
Enjoy a three hour 1940’s Big Band swing dance event on August 12, 8pm, featuring the George Gee Orchestra. Plus see WWII re-enactors, a 6 ft Seward Johnson sculpture depicting the Times Square Kiss, special guests including WWII veterans of European/North Africa, Pacific, and China/Burma/India theaters (including combat vets and caregivers, e.g. nurses, medics, chaplains), original Rosie the Riveters (America’s Longest Working Rosie, co-founders of National Rosie the Riveter Day), representatives of Allies and countries liberated in 1945, authors Prof. Kenneth Jackson, Lorriane Dieh and more.
481 8th Ave
New York, NY 10001
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