- Associated Press - Friday, March 27, 2015

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The N.C. Museum of History is marking Vietnam Veterans Day with a program that includes a play, a chance to meet the people who fought in the war and personal memorabilia that includes uniforms, weapons and gear.

The program is scheduled to begin on Friday and continues on Saturday at the museum in Raleigh.

A play titled “Etchings in Stone” that includes audience participation will be performed Saturday night at the museum. North Carolina Vietnam veteran Ron Harris wrote the play.

Also part of the program is a 1/8-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial made by North Carolina Vietnam veteran Al Ely. The replica has two 38-foot-long panels.

Vietnam Veterans Day is Sunday.

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