Last year’s Memorial Day observance on the Brunswick-Topsham bridge. Carl D. Walsh/Staff Photographer

10:30 a.m. Monday. The parade starts at the American Legion at the corner of Lincoln Street, travels east down Centre Street and then heads north on Front Street to Summer Street.

11 a.m. Monday. Parade begins at Berwick Town Hall/Sullivan Square and proceeds to Lord’s Cemetery by way of Wilson and Allen streets. After a ceremony there, the parade will continue down Saw Mill Hill Street with a pause at the Somersworth-Berwick Bridge for a brief memorial service for those lost at sea. The parade ends at Sullivan Square with a memorial service honoring area veterans who lost their lives in the Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War I and II, Korea and Vietnam.

10 a.m. Monday. Parade begins at the corner of Alfred Road and Pool Street in Biddeford, proceeds to Main Street in Saco and concludes at Burns School with a ceremony. AmVets are presenting a post-parade meal for all parade participants, and spectators can attend for free.

9 a.m. Monday. Parade proceeds from Topsham Town Hall, pauses for observances while crossing the Brunswick-Topsham bridge and concludes at the Brunswick Mall.

9 a.m. Monday. The parade route begins at the middle school parking lot, turns right on Scott Dyer Road, right onto Route 77 and ends at the village green adjacent to the town hall. A brief ceremony and laying of the wreath will be held at the Village Green after the parade.

8 a.m. Monday. Kids run at Greely High School followed by 5K Run and Remember race at 8:30 a.m. Parade starts at 10 a.m. at Mabel I. Wilson School and ends at the veterans’ monument in Moss Side Cemetery in Cumberland Center, where a ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m.


10 a.m. Monday. Parade proceeds from 65 Depot Road (Falmouth American Legion) to Pine Grove Park, where a ceremony will be held. Falmouth veterans and their families are invited for coffee and pastries at 8:30 a.m. at the American Legion Post.

10 a.m. Monday. Parade steps off on Holbrook Street, heads north on Main Street, then right onto School Street. Immediately following the parade, there will be a ceremony at Memorial Park. Freeport schools’ music programs will be participating in both the parade and ceremony.

11 a.m. Monday. Parade leaves Village School (12 Robie St.) and ends at Eastern Cemetery on Johnson Road.

11:30 a.m. Monday. Parade leaves the Russell School (8 Gray Park), proceeds to Shaker Road and continues to the Soldiers Monument at the intersection of Routes 26 and 3 for a wreath-laying ceremony. Parade continues north to the American Legion Post (15 Lewiston Road) for a closing ceremony.

Ceremonies Monday morning at the following times/locations:
7 a.m. Leeds War Memorial (Route 106 and Church Hill Road, Leeds)
7:35 a.m. Fayette War Memorial (Route 17, 2589 Main St., Fayette)
8:05 a.m. Livermore Falls Union Park (corner of Park and Union streets)
8:25 a.m. Jay War Memorial (Chisholm Square, Route 4 and Jewel Street)
8:40 a.m. Livermore Falls Memorial Bridge (Route 4 and Androscoggin River)
9:05 a.m. Livermore Brettuns War Memorial (Route 4 Federal Road and Church Street)

9 a.m. Monday. Parade leaves from Memorial Elementary School (86 Intervale Road) and heads down Intervale Road to Route 100/202 to Veterans Park for a memorial service.


1 p.m. Monday. The parade starts at the corner of Ballpark Way and E. Emerson Cummings Boulevard, proceeds down Saco Avenue, Old Orchard Street to First Street and ends at Veterans Memorial Park.

10 a.m. Monday. Anderson-Staples American Legion Post No. 112 plans to hold an outdoor Memorial Day celebration at the 169 King St. post. In case of rain, the event will be moved inside the hall.

2 p.m. Monday. The procession starts at Longfellow School and makes its way north on Stevens Avenue, culminating at the Evergreen Cemetery Wilde Chapel. Following the procession, ceremonies will take place on the chapel lawn, featuring guest speakers and special tributes to veterans.

10 a.m. Monday. Parade starts at Scarborough High School, turns onto Route 114 and then Route 1, past town offices to the Maine Veterans Home. Services will be held at the Legion Monument.

10:30 a.m. Monday. South Portland War Veterans Memorial Association hosts a parade from the Southern Maine Community College parking lot, down Broadway to the Veterans Monument, just beyond Pratt Abbott, for a short Memorial Day recognition service.

9 a.m. Monday. March from Wells High School at 200 Sanford Road to Ocean View Cemetery on Route 1. Gold Star families and veterans are invited to participate in the parade and help honor the fallen. Musical performance by Atlantic Harmonies.

10 a.m. Monday. Parade down Main Street, followed by a ceremony in Riverbank Park.

9:15 a.m. Monday. Parade starts at Windham Town Hall. At 10 a.m., there will be a ceremony at the high school with musical selections from the high school band and primary school chorus. The guest speaker will be state Sen. Gary Plummer and a bell ceremony will honor veterans who died over the past year.

10 a.m. Monday. Parade leaves from Yarmouth High School (286 West Elm St.) and proceeds to the Memorial Green at Town Hall for a ceremony.

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