Memorial Day Parades on Long Island

Break out your flags to honor our fallen soldiers and veterans who served our country so heroically at this year’s Memorial Day Parades, held on May 30th, 2011 on Long Island. We’ve rounded up several local parades. Did we miss yours? Post your local parade in our comments section!

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Baldwin

Baldwin’s Memorial Day Parade starts at 9:30 AM at Linden Place and Grand Avenue, Baldwin.

Merrick

Merrick’s Memorial Day Parade starts at 9:00AM at the Merrick Long Island Rail Road Station at Sunrise Highway, Merrick and then goes north on Merrick Avenue.

Carle Place

Carle Place’s Memorial Day Parade starts at 10:00 AM at Westbury Avenue (at Roslyn Avenue) and end at Rushmore Ave and Westbury Ave, where there will be a Memorial Service at the Carle Place American Legion Memorial.

Freeport

Freeport’s Memorial Day Parade and Observance Service starts at 10:00AM at Freeport High School and ends at Village Park in front of the Freeport Memorial Library, 144 W Merrick Rd. The Memorial Service begins immediately following the parade.

Lynbrook
Lynbrook’s Memorial Day Parade starts at
9:30 a.m at Charles Street and Merrick Road, Lynbrook.

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Bay Shore
Bay Shore’s Memorial Day Parade, presented by Chamber of Commerce of Greater Bay Shore, starts at 10:00AM at Lanier Lane and Main St, Bay Shore.

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Huntington Village
The Huntington Village Memorial Day Parade,  hosted by the Nathan Hale VFW #1469, starts  at 11:30AM at New York Avenue from the Big H shopping center to West Carver Street and ends at Stewart Avenue near the Soliders and Sailors Memorial Building.

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Sayville

Hosted by the Sayville Fire Department, Sayville’s Annual Memorial Day Parade starts at 9:00AM on the corner of Handsome Avenue and Main Street in Sayville. It concludes at Sparrow Park where services honoring the military will be held, followed by a firematic service by the Sayville Fire Department.

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