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Local Memorial Day Parades

Local Memorial Day Parades
Show your American pride this Memorial Day by coming out to support and cheer on our local veterans, marching bands, commissioners, firefighters, little leaguers and more in one of your local parades

Sunday, May 28 at 12 Noon
Rowayton Community Center to Downtown Rowayton (rain or shine)
Celebrate Rowayton's town spirit at the annual Memorial Day Parade! Pick your favorite spot along Rowayton Avenue or McKinley Street and cheer for our veterans, Brien McMahon and Roton School marching bands, the town commissioners, volunteer firefighters, Little Leaguers, Scouts and all the many other enthusiastic marchers (even four-footed ones!). After the parade, join fellow residents at Veteran’s Cannon to honor those who died in their service to our country. Then, head on over to the Fire House for hot dogs and soda, hosted by our local firefighters and their families.

Sunday, May 28 at 12 Noon
Stamford’s annual Memorial Day parade will take place on Sunday May 28, step off at Noon. Beginning on Summer Street & Hoyt and travelling south to Atlantic St to end at Vet’s Park.

Monday, May 29 at 10 AM
The Darien Memorial Day Parade will kick off their activities at 10 AM. The parade begins at the Goodwives Shopping Center on Old Kings Highway, and ends at the Soldier's Monument in the Connecticut Veterans Cemetery, where a ceremony will take places immediately following the parade.

Monday, May 29 at 10AM
The Memorial Day parade will be held on Monday, May 29 at 10AM rain or shine. The line of march will be East from South Pine Creek Road along Post Road to Library, thence South along Old Post Road to Flint’s Corner, and thence East along Old Post Road passing the Town Green and continuing beyond South Benson Road where it will finish.

New Canaan
Monday, May 29 at 9:30 AM
Que the drums! New Canaan's annual Memorial Day Parade will get underway promptly at 9:30AM on Monday morning. Parade goes down Main St. ending at the Lakeview Cemetery.

Monday, May 29 at 10AM

The parade begins at Veterans Park in Norwalk, and ends at the Town Green on East Avenue. Bands participating in past years include the Norwalk Fire Department Pipe Band, the Norwalk High School Marching Bears, the Brien McMahon High School Marching Senators, bands from West Rocks, Roton, Ponus Ridge and Nathan Hale Middle Schools.

Monday, May 29 at 9AM
Parade begins at 9AM at Saugatuck Elementary School and travels up Riverside Avenue, over the Post Road and on to Town Hall. There will be coffee and doughnuts available at the starting point of the parade from 7:30 to 11:30AM which will be provided by the Westport Kiwanis Club.

Monday, May 29 at 10AM
The parade will begin at 10AM on Monday, May 29 at 21 River Rd. and will proceed through Wilton Center, past the Veterans Memorial Green, Old Town Hall, and the Wilton Congregational Church, and will end up at the Hillside Cemetery. Living and deceased veterans will be honored through speeches, music and song.

updated: 3 days ago