Memorial Day parades, ceremonies

May 22, 2015 - Picnic Time


Stillwater Memorial Day Parade. 6 p.m. The march marches from Hudson Avenue along Route 4.

South Glens Falls. 6 p.m. The march travels down Main Street to Village Triangle Park.


Ballston Spa Memorial Day Parade, Milton Avenue and Low Street. 9 a.m. The march will ensue down Milton Avenue, with a spray rite during a overpass over a Kayadeross followed by speakers and a rite during a memorials on Low Street. Sponsored by VFW Post 358 and American Legion Post 234.

East Greenbush Memorial Day Parade, East Greenbush VFW, 100 Hays Road, East Greenbush. 10 a.m. The march starts during Spare Time Bowling Alley on Columbia Turnpike and ends during Melvin Roads American Legion Post 1231.

Lake George Memorial Day Parade, Canada Street. 11:30 a.m. The commemorative march will form on Westbrook Road, conduct north on Canada Street to Shepard Park.

Memorial Day Ceremony, Oakwood Cemetery, 186 Oakwood Ave, Troy. 9 a.m. (800) 556-6273. The Friends of a Oakwood Cemetery and a Veterans of Lansingburgh reason their annual wreath-laying rite during Veterans’ Circle and place flags during a Soldiers’ Plot. Michael Barret will officiate, commencement with a toll of a ancestral 3,000 bruise Meneely bell during 9 a.m.


Rensselaer Memorial Day Parade, city of Rensselaer. 1 p.m. The opening rite and march (2 p.m.) will start during Beverwyck Cemetery opposite from Doane Stuart school, dilemma of Washington Avenue and Forbes Avenue.


Albany Memorial Day Parade. 9 a.m. 434-2032. The march starts during Ontario Street and Central Avenue and deduction onto Washington Avenue, final during North Hawk Street, easterly of a Capitol. There will be a observation mount during a State Education building on Washington Avenue.

Averill Park Memorial Day Parade. 10 a.m. The track is from Averill Avenue in Westfall Village to a Sand Lake Veterans Memorial Park on Route 43. Ceremony will follow during 10:30 a.m. This year’s grand organise is Joan Mills, a Gold Star Mother from Poestenkill.

Bethlehem Memorial Day Parade, Elsmere Fire District, Delmar. 11 a.m. The march stairs off during a Elsmere Fire House, 15 West Poplar Drive, and deduction down Elsmere Avenue to Kenwood Avenue to Adams Place to Adams Street to Delaware Avenue. Events interpretation during a Bethlehem Veterans Memorial Park with a flag-raising ceremony, request service, Taps and a National Anthem.

Castleton Memorial Day Parade, 10 a.m. The march will start during a dilemma of Boltwood and Seaman avenues and interpretation with ceremonies during a Mountain View Cemetery. The march will embody 5 divisions. The VFW tone ensure will lead a parade.

Glens Falls Memorial Day Parade, Glen Street, Glens Falls. 10 a.m. 615-0446. The march marches from a Civil War Monument to Crandall Park Pond.

Hoosick Falls Memorial Day Parade, Main Street, Hoosick Falls. 10 a.m. Begins during Main and Church streets; rite to follow.

Memorial Day Ceremony, Halfmoon American Legion, 275 Grooms Road, Halfmoon. 11 a.m. Refreshments will be served after a ceremony.

Memorial Day Program, Gerald B.H. Solomon National Cemetery, Schuylerville. 11 a.m. 581-9128. Keynote speakers embody George Cove and state Sen. Kathleen Marchione.

North Greenbush Memorial Day Parade, North Greenbush Town Hall, Main Street. 1:30 p.m. 269-2489. The new march track starts during a Town Hall, deduction down Main Street past Stewart’s to Route 50 and Route 126 to Brookside Avenue before returning to Main Street. A rite during Town Hall and a giveaway family cruise follow.

Memorial Day spray laying, West Albany Memorial Park, Fairfield Avenue, Albany. Noon. The 16th annual spray laying eventuality is hosted by a West Albany Italian Benevolent Society and Ladies Auxiliary.

Rotterdam Memorial Day Service, Rotterdam Town Hall, 1100 Sunrise Blvd., Rotterdam. 2:30 p.m. The 55th annual service.

Veterans of Lansingburgh Memorial Day Parade. 11 a.m. 235-0476. The 16th annual march starts during 123rd Street and Fifth Avenue, deduction south on Fifth to 115th Street to Second Avenue. The grand organise is Col. Daniel J. Travers, U.S. Army (retired); titular grand marshal, Maj. Christopher F. Cincio, Canadian Army Reserves.

Watervliet Memorial Day Parade, Watervliet. 10 a.m. The march deduction from a Watervliet High School parking lot to 19th Street to Second Avenue to 16th Street and ends during a Veterans Memorial Park for a commemorative service.

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