Loading Events

Newburyport, MA ~ 11th Annual Field of Honor® 2020

  • This event has passed.

September 8September 15

Bartlet Mall Park Newburyport, MA

September 8-15, 2020
Bartlet Mall, Newburyport, MA 01950

A characteristic New England town, Newburyport blends seaside location with its long history to provides a striking site for the Exchange Club’s 11th Annual Field of Honor® display of more than 500 United States Flags flying atop 7½ white poles. These flags tell the stories of veterans, those on active duty, first responders and all those who by their actions have become heroes in our lives.

The Newburyport Field of Honor® display is a gift to the community made possible through donations, sponsorships and the efforts of dedicated volunteers. You can show your support and thanks by sponsoring a flag or making a donation. Flags sponsored for $40 may be picked-up at the conclusion of the display to be retained as mementos of the inspiring event. Visiting the display is open to all without charge.

Walking amid the formation of flags becomes an experience hard to explain, but never to be forgotten. We invite all to visit the Newburyport Field of Honor® display and walk with us among the posted flags. Don’t miss it.

Support Your Local Field

Sponsor it, Own it, Take it home and continue the tribute!

Flag sales and sponsorships have been completed for this event.
Thank you for your support!

Become A Sponsor

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Field Gallery

In The News

In The News

LETTER: Many helped make Field of Honor successful
The Daily News
The Exchange Club of Greater Newburyport would like to thank all event participants, sponsors and flag purchasers for making our 10th annual Field of Honor such a success on Sunday, Sept. 8, at the Bartlet Mall.

10TH ANNUAL FIELD OF HONOR 
Merrimack Valley Magazine
The beautiful setting of Bartlet Mall will for the 10th straight year be transformed into an inspirational panorama of red, white & blue. In what has become a cherished tradition, the Exchange Club of Greater Newburyport hosts the Annual Field of Honor¨ display of Old Glory honoring the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks as well as the men and women who have answered the call to defend the peace and security of our nation and the world. We also honor personal heroes.

Field of Honor to stand once again this weekend
The Daily News
NEWBURYPORT — More than 300 full-sized American flags will fill the Bartlet Mall next week after the Exchange Club of Greater Newburyport presents its 10th annual Field of Honor beginning this Sunday.

 

Guests announced for Saturday’s Local Pulse 
The Daily News

NEWBURYPORT — Heather Bradley and Charlie Casey of Portside Waterfront Kitchen will be among the guests Saturday on the Local Pulse internet radio broadcast.

Bank donates to Hospital Aid fundraiser, Field of Honor
The Daily News

NEWBURYPORT – Newburyport Bank has donated $2,500 to two local charitable organizations for events they are planning.

Thanks from Exchange Club for ‘Field of Honor’ contributions
The Daily News
The Exchange Club of Greater Newburyport would like to express our appreciation for all who contributed to a most successful 2017 “Field of Honor” on the Bartlet Mall.

Field of Honor® pays tribute to area veterans – WGEM
In fact, there were 1,000 of them blowing in the breeze on Saturday as part of the Quincy Exchange Club’s Field of Honor®

Exchange Club prepares Field of Honor
Daily News
Members of the local Exchange Club are making preparations for the annual Field of Honor presentation at the Bartlet Mall. The event serves as an opportunity for the community to honor and memorialize all veterans, military participants, first responders and personal heroes, as well as those lost in the 9/11 attacks 16 years ago, organizers say.

Flags fly proudly at Newburyport’s Field of Honor
Newburyport News
“In memory of William V. Sheehan, U.S. Navy, World War II.” “In memory of Gerald Joseph LaBreque, we love and miss you, dad and granddad.” “In memory of Michael T. Roy, we love you.” Those loving words from family members were written next to three of the 330 American flags flying on Bartlet Mall as part of the eighth annual Greater Newburyport Field of Honor event.

Flags will wave during salute to heroes in Newburyport
Boston Globe
Charles “Chuck” Cove founded the Portsmouth-based “Pease Greeters” in 2005 to welcome or send off troops — more than 1,200 flights and 350,000 troops to date — with music, gifts, buffets, care packages, and ceremonies as they pass through the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease.

‘Field of Honor’ ceremony slated Sept. 10
Daily News
The Exchange Club of Greater Newburyport will present its 8th annual “Field of Honor” ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 10, at noon on the Bartlet Mall. A field of full-sized American flags will honor those who serve, whether military, fire, police, EMT or personal hero. All are welcome, whether purchasing a flag ($40) for dedication or as an observer.

Benefiting Charities:
Salvation Army
Michael B. Christian Child Abuse Prevention

Hosted By:
Exchange Club of Greater Newburyport

Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: Stuart Deane
Co-Chair: Jim Noyes
Treasurer: Barbara Griffith
Public Relations Chair: Joe Murphy

Details

Start:
September 8
End:
September 15
Event Category:

Venue

Bartlet Mall
Bartlet Mall Park
Newburyport, MA 01950 United States
+ Google Map
Website:
https://www.healingfield.org/newburyport17/