Flags of Remembrance
Join us to honor and remember those who were killed in 9/11. We arrange 2,977 flags in the shape of the World Trade Center Towers each year. This emotional and meaningful display draws regular visitors as well as newcomers to the area with strong ties to this tragedy. This event is intended to broaden the awareness of what happened that day, especially for young people who did not experience this historical event as an adult. Many families were impacted and we hope this offers continued peace to them.
9/11 Remembrance Ceremony
Romare Bearden Park — 300 S Church St, Charlotte, NC 28202
Monday, September 9, 2019 — 6:30am – 9am
Join us and help place 2,977 American flags in the shape of the Twin Towers to create this amazing memorial. WCCB’s Wilson’s World will be broadcasting live.Email to schedule your involvement
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 — 8:30am
A reflective memorial will be held beginning at 8:30am . A replica of the Twin Towers is available to sign and share thoughts and memories. In addition, a steel beam from the World Trade Center will be on display. Come and visit this powerful tribute.
WCNC’s Larry Sprinkle opened our 2017 9/11 Ceremony with his personal story of injury and setback and his comeback — connected with local firefighters who were on the scene of his recent accident.
9/11 Flags of Remembrance Ceremony
8:46am — American Flight 11 crashes into the North Tower at the World Trade Center
9:03am — United Flight 175 crashes into the South Tower at the World Trade Center
9:37am — American Flight 77 crashes into The Pentagon
9:59am — the South Tower at the World Trade Center collapses
10:03am — United Flight 93 crashes in Shanksville, PA
10:28am — the North Tower at the World Trade Center collapses
Public Invited to Help Us Arrange Flags
Check in at our INFORMATION STATION to receive instructions on arranging the 2,977 flags in the shape of the twin towers. Email us in advance with the link below so we know when to expect you.
Email us to schedule your involvement