memorialDAY_PARADESMemorial Day is the time to honor our vets the best way we know how. So, don your poppies,  slap on that red, white and blue and hit up one of the many Long Island Memorial Day parades on Monday, May 27 (unless otherwise noted).

Amityville: 10 a.m. Broadway Triangle Gazebo
Babylon Village: 11 a.m. Foster Blvd & Deer Park Ave to Main Street to Memorial at Argyle Park Gazebo
Baldwin: 9:30 a.m. Linden Street to Silver Lake Park
Bay Shore: 10 a.m. Lanier Lane & Main Street to Oakwood Cemetery
Bayville: 1:30 p.m. Bayville Village Hall, down School Street to Soundside Beach
Bethpage: 10 a.m. Broadway and Central Avenue to Community Park
Blue Point: 11 a.m. Blue Point Avenue and Middle Road to Firehouse
Bohemia: 10 a.m. Hubal Street and Ocean Avenue to Pearl Street
Brentwood: 9:30 a.m. Madison Avenue & Jackson Street
Brookhaven: 9 a.m. Bellport High School to Beaver Dam Road to South Country Rd.
Center Moriches: 9 a.m. Lake Avenue and Main Street
Centerport: 10:30 a.m. Harrison Drive to Park Circle
Centereach (SUNDAY 5.26): 1 p.m. Middle Country Rd & Henry Rd to VFW on Horseblock Rd
Central Islip: 10 a.m. Moloney Funeral Home, Irving Street and Carleton Ave to Alfano School on Wheeler Rd.
Commack: 10 a.m. Jericho Tpke and Larkfield Rd to Cannon Park at Jericho and Veterans Memorial Highway
Copiague: 10 a.m. Dixon Ave and Great Neck Rd, stops at two war memorials, ends at Great neck Road Elementary School
Deer Park:
10 a.m. Lake Ave to memorial stone at Deer Park Ave School
East Islip
: 10 a.m. Main Street & Greenwood, West on Main to Islip Town Hall
East Meadow:  10 a.m. starting at East Meadow High School to Hempstead Turnpike to Veterans Memorial Park
East Northport: 12:15 p.m. Clay Pitts and Larkfield roads to John Walsh Memorial Park
East Norwich: 9 a.m. Walnut Avenue and Route 106 to fire department
East Rockaway: 10 a.m. VFW Post 3350 at Main Street to Village Hall
East Setauket: 10 a.m. Memorial Park to Main Street to Route 25A
Elmont: 10 a.m. Sewanhaka High School to Covert Ave to Hempstead Tpke to Elmont Memorial Library
Farmingdale (SUNDAY 5.26): 1:30 p.m. Long Island National Cemetery
Floral Park: 10 a.m. Elizabeth Street to Memorial Park
Franklin Square: 10 a.m. Starts at VFW at 68 Lincoln Rd to Hempstead Turnpike
10 a.m. South Brookside Avenue to West Merrick Rd. to South Ocean Ave to library
Garden City: 10 a.m. Cherry Valley Avenue at 10th Street
Garden City Park: 9 a.m. Denton Avenue & Jericho Tpke, down Jericho to Nassau Blvd
Glenwood Landing: 9 a.m. Fire Station 1, Grove Street to Fire Station 2 at Glen Head Road
Great Neck: 9:30 a.m. Susquehanna Avenue and Middleneck Road to village green
Greenlawn: 9 a.m. East Maple Road to Memorial Park at Pulaski Road
Greenport: 10 a.m. Veterans Memorial Park on Main Street to Front Street, ends at 3rd Street fire house
Hempstead (SUNDAY 5.26): 2:30 p.m. Greenwich Street and Marvin Avenue to cemetery on Greenwich Street
Hicksville: 9 a.m. Sears parking lot to Hicksville Middle School
Holbrook: 10:30 a.m. Main Street from Holbrook Plaza to Furrows Road to Grundy Ave to Alex Diguardia Memorial
Huntington Village: 11:30 a.m. Big H Shopping Center to Main Street
Inwood (SUNDAY 5.26): 11:30 a.m. Inwood LIRR  to John J. Oliverie VFW Post at Mott Avenue
10 a.m. Main Street and Saxon Ave to Town Hall
Kings Park: 9 a.m. Starts at RJO, west on Old Dock Road to Main Street, Kings Park Library
Lake Ronkonkoma: 10 a.m. American Legion on Church Street to Hawkins Avenue to Portion Rd to Raynor Beach County Park
Lawrence: 10:45 a.m. Begins at Lawrence-Cedarhurst firehouse on Central & Washington Avenues to Andrew J. Parise Park
Levittown: 10 a.m. Island Trees Memorial Middle School on Wantagh Avenue to Hempstead Turnpike
Locust Valley: 9 a.m. Forest Avenue to athletic field on Bayville Rd
Long Beach: 9:30 a.m. Ohio Avenue & Beach Street, ends at Kennedy Plaza
Massapequa Park: 10 a.m. Front Street to Park Boulevard to Clark Boulevard to Klestinec Park for a Service
Mastic Beach: 11 a.m. Montauk Highway and Mastic Road
Medford: 11 a.m. Tremont Avenue to Route 112 to Medford Memorial Park
Melville: 10 a.m. Fletcher Place and Route 110 to fire house
Merrick: 9:30 a.m. Veterans Plaza between Merrick and Brooklyn Avenues to Veterans Monument at Lee Avenue
Mineola: 11 a.m. Wilson Park to Westbury Ave to Roslyn Rd to Jericho Tpke to Veterans Memorial at Park
Montauk (SUNDAY 5.26): Noon. 26 Oceanside Beach Resort on Montauk Hwy to Edison past post office and back to Village Green
New Hyde Park (SATURDAY 5.25): 10 a.m. Hillside Blvd to Jericho Tpke to New Hyde Park Rd to Lincoln Ave to Memorial Park
Northport: 9:30 a.m. north end of Laurel Avenue to harbor to Village Park
Oyster Bay: 10:30 a.m. South Street to Main Street to Audrey Avenue, ends at bandstand opposite post office
Plainview: 9:30 a.m. Old Country Rd to Plainview Community Park on Washington Avenue
Port Washington: 10 a.m. Main Street to bandshell
Rockville Centre: 10 a.m. Begins at Southside High School, to Long Beach Road to Rec Center
St. James: 10 a.m. Woodlawn and Lake Avenues to St. James Elementary School
Sayville: 9 a.m. Handsome Avenue and Main Street, down Main to Lincoln Avenue
Seaford: 10 a.m. Verity Plaza behind the Seaford Cinema to Washington Ave, to Four Chaplains Monument
Shelter Island: 10 a.m. Begins at the Island Center
Smithtown: Noon. Singer Lane, west on Main Street to Town Hall
Southampton: 10:45 a.m. First Presbyterian Church  down Jobs Lane to Agawam Park with service w/ guest speaker Chuck Scarborough
Stony Brook: 10 a.m. Stony Brook Shopping Center to Main Street to Veterans Memorial Park
Syosset: 10 a.m. Dawes Ave. to Jackson Ave. to Memorial Park
Valley Stream: 9:30 a.m. Rockaway Parkway and Wheeler Avenue to Hicks and Valley Stream Blvds.
Wantagh: 10 a.m. Beltagh and Wantagh Avenues to American Legion Post on Park Ave
West Hempstead: 10 a.m. Nassau Boulevard and Hempstead Avenue, ends at Echo Park
West Islip: 10 a.m. 6 Udall Road & Roderick Street to Memorial Park on Udall & Higbie Lane
Williston Park: 9 a.m. American Legion Post 144 through village
Yaphank (SUNDAY 5.26): Noon. Yaphank Aveneu along Main Street to Everett Drive


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