INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Military displays, lots of activities for children and families, a free hot dog Lunch and much more are planned for the annual Veterans Group Memorial Celebration this Saturday at the Tahoe Biltmore.“We are thrilled to be a part of this Community event again,” said the Biltmore’s Kristi Freeto, who has worked with the Incline Village/Crystal Bay Veterans Club the past five years to put together an annual event that honors local veterans and provides a fun, educational day for the community.Everyone can enjoy military displays, including an armored Humvee, and educational displays and photos from World War II and Iraqi deployments. Live music will be provided by the Biltmore during the event. Children and families can enjoy face painting, panning for gold, geocaching, a bounce house and chalk drawing. The Washoe County Sheriff’s department will be providing complimentary Child ID services as part of their Never Lost program, and the Nevada Highway Patrol will also be on hand with various displays.Festivities continue into the evening with a more formal memorial and a dinner to honor local veterans. Freeto’s favorite part of the day is the C-130 flyover.“I love the rush of the C-130 as it flies over and the pilots tip their wings as if saluting us,” she said.The flyover at 5 p.m. is followed by a reception, presentation of the colors by the Incline High School JROTC and a buffet dinner in the Biltmore’s Nevada Room banquet space. Tickets for the buffet dinner are $13.95 per person or $8.95 for veterans.Caleb S. Cage will be guest speaker. Cage was appointed executive director of the Nevada Office of Veterans Services by Gov. Brian Sandoval in 2010. Cage was born in Reno, attended the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, is a veteran of the U.S. Army — serving from 2002 until 2007 — and is the author of the book “The Gods of Diyala: Transfer of Command in Iraq.”“There is no better way to show your appreciation for our veterans and those who serve our country than to come out, enjoy the day with your community and thank the veterans yourself,” Freeto said.Thanks to the support of IVGID and the Biltmore, there will be free hot dog lunch that will be open to the public. Displays are open to all from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lunch will be served from noon to 2 p.m. For additional details, visit www.tahoebiltmore.com.