Memorial Day Events in the Hudson Valley



We've compiled a list of local Memorial Day parades and ceremonies

memorial day events

Memorial Day is the day that America celebrates in honor of our soldiers who have given the ultimate sacrifice, our troops who have lost their family and friends and our freedoms that have come of those sacrifices; our capacity to help others in need; and our thankfulness for the people who fight for us. Happy Memorial Day weekend. Salute!

Orange County

Memorial Day Remembrance and Parade
Sunday, May 21 @ 10:30am. Join the Town of New Windsor for a Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony at the Veterans Monument on the corner of Route 94 and Route 9w at 10:30am. Then honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, cheer on our veterans, local Fire Departments, EMS, Police Department, School Bands, and many other organizations marching in the parade along Route 94. Parade step-off is 2 PM from the New Windsor Post Office and will continue down RT 94 to New Windsor School. Town of New Windsor. 845-565-7750.

Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony
Line up is at 9:30 am at Veterans Memorial Bridge Step off is at 10am. We will proceed to the Municipal Square where the ceremony will take place. 
Walden.

Town of Newburgh Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 29 @ 1pm. The Town Memorial Day Parade will begin at the intersection of Gardnertown Road and Union Avenue. The parade will proceed on Union Avenue to Route 52 onto Powder Mill Road ending at Algonquin Park. 
Town of Newburgh, Gardnertown Road and Union Avenue, Newburgh.

City of Newburgh Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 29 @ 9:15 am. Line-up for the parade will be at 9:15 a.m. and step-off will be at 10:00 a.m. sharp. To avoid confusion, please line up where you are directed and adhere to the Division's Marshall's Instructions. There will be services held at Washington's Headquarters immediately after the parade (approximately 11:30 a.m.) Feel free to attend. All Veterans will be honored.

Memorial Day Parade and Picnic
Monday, May 29 @ 11:30am. Morning services at Tuxedo Police Dept. Lawn/Southfield Veterans Memorial at 10:15am. Afternoon services at Tuxedo Public School grounds. Parade steps off at 11:30am. Following the parade and ceremonies, the Tuxedo Park Library will be hosting their 18th Annual Picnic with music, refreshments, raffles, and children's activities. Town of Tuxedo, Tuxedo Police Dept. Lawn and Tuxedo Public School grounds, Tuxedo.

Village of Montgomery Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony
The lineup for the procession begins at 11am on Wallkill Avenue near the Grange Hall. Same mile-long course as in previous years. A brief patriotic ceremony and complimentary refreshments will round up the day’s activities at Veterans Memorial Park. Village of Montgomery, Wallkill Avenue by the Grange Hall, Montgomery

Dutchess County

Hyde Park Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 29 @ 10am. Starts at Roosevelt Theater and ends at Town Hall. Ceremony immediately following the parade, participants and spectators are encouraged and welcome to attend Memorial Services by the American Legion located at Town Hall. 845-229-8086.

Sullivan County


Town of Liberty Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 29 @ 10:30am. Parade begins on Main Street and ends at Liberty Veterans Cemetery.

LAST UPDATED 5/12/2023



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