The Arrowhead Home and Builders Show is at the DECC from Wednesday, April 5 - Sunday, April 9.  This year, the show will feature a special 9/11 exhibit that travels around the country to help ensure people will never forget what happened on that tragic day.

The 9/11 exhibit will arrive in Duluth this Sunday, April 2, as part of a procession of emergency vehicles that will have their lights on and the public is invited to welcome its arrival.

Organizers expect the 9/11 procession to arrive around 12:30 p.m.  The procession will take place on the lower side of Railroad Street in front of the DECC lot and then it will turn on Harbor Drive on the corner of the Duluth 10 lot and go past the Irving as it makes its way into the DECC building thru door 7.

The Arrowhead Builders Association will provide a small American flag to wave to all people who line up on Harbor View Drive & Railroad Street.

There will also be free parking available at the DECC for the arrival.  If you'd like to participate, you should be there closer to noon.

Access to the actual 9/11 exhibit will not be available on this day, this is the welcoming processional.  The actual display will be open to the public as part of the Arrowhead Home & Builders Show, which opens at 5:00 p.m. on April 5.

Courtesy of Arrowhead Home & Builders Show