The annual Memorial Day parade in Gloucester forms at 8:45 and begins at Monday at 9 a.m. at Gloucester High School . All veterans are encouraged to participate, joining members of AMVETS, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, and the Disabled American Veterans. The parade will march down Centennial Avenue to Grant Circle where the main ceremony will be held at the WWII memorial and then return to the high school for a Vietnam memorial ceremony dollowed by a luncheon at the Veterans Center on Emerson Avenue.
Newburyport celebrates Memorial Day with a parade, a memorial service at city hall and waterfront ceremony for fallen Coastgaurdsmen. Marchers in the parade are asked to assemble at the CVS on pond Street at 10:15am. The parade will then head to City Hall for a ceremony at 11am.
Don’t miss the small town charm of a Memorial Day Parade in Essex. The parade begins at 9 am and progresses to the Town Cemetery for a military rifle salute to our country’s war veterans and then up Main Street to the Causeway Bridge. Town officials lead the parade followed by members of the school band and various athletic organizations. Norman Rockwell couldn’t have painted a better picture than our parade coming down Main Street.
The Danvers Memorial Day parade begins at Town Hall at 9 a.m. sharp, and will follow the traditional route of previous years - down Sylvan Street, through downtown and back to Town Hall. Placement of wreaths will be at the Porter Cemetery on High Street, Lane Parkway, and the Memorial Flag Pole in Danvers Square. A reviewing stand will be at the corner of Elm and Essex streets. The Memorial Day exercise will commence at Town Hall upon parade completion, with performances by the Danvers High Marching Band and local students, and a guest speaker.
The annual Memorial Day Parade starts on Grove Street and continues along Main Street to the Veterans Memorial Green for a service. The parade reforms, and will continue to Pine Grove Cemetery for another service. All residents and especially military families are invited and encouraged to attend. The Proctor School Band will perform.
Middleton's Memorial Day Parade begins at Memorial Hall and marches to Middleton Flint Library and Veterans’ Monuments for a brief prayer, laying of wreaths, a salute and “Taps.” The parade resumes down Maple Street to the Oakdale Cemetery for a ceremony at the Veterans’ Monument with active participation by local students including music by the Howe-Manning band. Howe Manning students will also read General Logan's Orders and recite the poem 'Decoration Day', with music by the elementary school band. American Legion Post 227 will perform honors and “Taps".
Memorial Day ceremonies in Beverly Farms are hosted by the Michael J. Cadigan American Legion Post. Veterans march a 1-mile route from Private Anthony Rezza Road to West Beach, with stops at several locations to lay wreaths at memorials honoring veterans, where ancestors of veterans are active participants. The parade leaves Rezza Road at 9:30 a.m. and ends at West Beach with a tossing of wreaths into the water to honor those who died at sea. Upon completion, there will a Howitzer Salute at West Beach
Andover's annual Memorial Day Parade will be on Monday, May 27th. There will be a collation at the Doherty Middle School cafeteria at 11:30 A.M. for all parade participants. As per custom, no political activity can be accommodated in and during the parade. The route leads from the intersection of Elm and Florence Streets to Main Street, to Punchard Avenue, Bartlet Street and ends at The Park. In the event of heavy rain, all observances will be held inside the Memorial Auditorium.
Enjoy the tradition of the Amesbury Massachusetts Holiday parade with your family! This year's theme is Amesbury's 350th Celebration. The parade will begin at 3:30pm from the intersection of Sparhawk and Greenleaf Street. All parade participants will be lined up on Greenleaf Street.