11 a.m. Sunday. Observance at Veterans Memorial Fire Station. The program includes a reading of the Arundel veterans honor roll and some words of remembrance and concludes with a wreath-laying and taps.

10:30 a.m. Monday. Parade beginning at Berwick Town Hall. Parade participants will march up Wilson and Allen streets to Lord’s Cemetery, where they will hold a memorial service and dedication, then proceed via Saw Mill Hill to the Somersworth-Berwick Bridge for a brief service honoring those lost at sea. The parade will then move to Sullivan Square for a roll call and gun salute.

10 a.m. Monday. Public ceremony at Mechanics Park at intersection of Main and Water streets in Biddeford. Livestream will be on Heart of Biddeford’s Facebook page.

1-4 p.m. Monday. The Memorial Garden at the Brunswick Naval Aviation Museum, 179 Admiral Fitch Ave. on Brunswick Landing will be open in observance of Memorial Day.

Virtual observance will be broadcast on local cable stations and will be available on the Brunswick-Topsham Memorial Day committee website,

Cape Elizabeth
The town will post a video remembrance at, on social media, and on CETV Memorial Day weekend.


10 a.m. Monday. Virtual event on the Falmouth Police Department Facebook page.

7 a.m. Monday. Ceremony at Mousam River Bridge on Route 1. From there, the procession moves to the community’s cemeteries and memorials, including Mount Pleasant Cemetery, the memorial at Kennebunk High School, Pine Grove Cemetery in West Kennebunk, memorials in Centennial Park and Washington Park and Hope Cemetery, Evergreen Cemetery and Home Cemetery.

Old Orchard Beach
1 p.m. Monday. Parade lineup starts at entrance to The Ballpark. The route follows Saco Avenue to Old Orchard Street, turning right on Old Orchard Street and turning right onto First Street and into Memorial Park.

10 a.m. Monday. Celebration at Anderson Staples Post #112, 169 King St. It will take place outside, unless there’s rain, in which case it will move inside the hall. Refreshments will follow the service.

10:30 a.m. Monday. One-man march presented by the American Legion down Congress Street. Two wreaths will be laid at City Hall.

South Portland
Starting on Friday with a select group of veterans, flags and wreaths will be placed at some of South Portland’s smaller cemeteries and memorials. On Saturday, the association invites those who want to help flag the four major cemeteries of South Portland to meet with the veterans and friends at the Stewart P. Morrill American Legion (413 Broadway) at 9 a.m. On Monday, the veterans will place wreaths on memorial sites around the city and hold a formal ceremony at the Veterans Memorial in Mill Creek Park at 11 a.m. It will be followed by coffee and doughnuts at Post 35 with a wreath for lost seamen at the public boat landing at 1 p.m.

9 a.m. Monday. Parade begins at Wells High School with the Wells Police Department Color Guard and the singing of the national anthem. The parade will march to Wells Corner, then to Ocean View Cemetery for Memorial Day observances.

10 a.m. Monday. Ceremony at Riverbank Park.

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